Pictured above: a winner.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
When I was in high school, I tried to saw a surfboard in half and turn the pieces into bookshelves to impress a girl.
Seriously, I walked by that thing and suddenly knew how to use tools.
Burnsy and Danger Guerrero have been holding down the fort while I've been wandering around Austin looking for Mark Henry covering the sights and sounds for UPROXX and Gamma Squad, but I finally stumbled onto something sports related: the impromptu Nike Fuel Lot in the middle of downtown, wherein you can play sports, watch people take pictures of people playing sports and get a free t-shirt.
Chad Muska seems like a fairly average, affable guy.
Ever since skateboarding went mainstream, we've become accustomed to guys like Tony Hawk, Bucky Lasek, Bob Burnquist and whoever else I can remember from the first three Tony Hawk Pro Skater video games being the faces of events like the X-Games and the Dew Tour, and the scariest thing about the sport has been those no good punks on the local church steps making their own skate videos.
It has been a busy day on the tips line, and this gem came to us that way via Travis, who, like many of us, enjoy seeing visual evidence of skateboarders being unable to reproduce.
Don't Press Paws: 10 Animal Music Acts That Will Rock Your World [Uproxx] Have Airlines Got Their Act Together.
Well before Tony Hawk became better known for being Neversoft's mascot than for skateboarding, there was a beloved franchise on the NES and the Game Boy.
There's not a lot of things that are more satisfying than watching some hipster, skateboarder asshat take a shot right to the balls while trying to nail a rail.
Tony Hawk: Ride may have only scored a "skateboard.
I stopped skateboarding when I was 14 and I realized that I'd never be any good at it.
This could have been a four-star faceplant clip if the guy that posted this realized that this was a skateboarding video and not a Japanese game show.
Most retail establishments only accept deliveries between 10 and 2, so these guys made sure to get their tricks in while the gittin' was good.
This, as best as I can tell, is the opening credits to Fully Flared, a 2007 skating video where.