One in a Million, ever the source of controversy, has outdone itself. The most recent episode earned a few dozen thousand views, six pages of comments, and a copyright claim or two. It only gets hairier from here. But if you want to see more of Matt Militano and other eliminated contestants, we’ll be posting various features of OIAM dudes in the coming weeks.
In other controversial news, prefab skatepark company ARC is facing an 18 million dollar lawsuit for ongoing fraud against federal, state, and local governments for their shitty park designs and neglected upkeep. Skatepark designer Spohn Ranch, known for the Dew Tour parks, the Daybreak “sculpture garden,” and the Guantanamo Bay bowl filed the claim, with backing from various states. Are they in it to call shotgun on building parks in the new cities? Whatever the case, good riddance to prefab.
In team news, big Joe Red is on Satori Darrell Stanton is off Element and Andrew Langi is off Flip. Darrell announced his departure over Instagram and somebody on the forum posted about Andrew Langi eerily soon after his name was removed from the Flip website. The internet is a weird place.
By the way, is the High Five done?
Get your questions in for Corey Duffel and Matty Hunt! Richie Jackson’s Pals Questions will be filmed this weekend and the winner of J Rog’s Selfish board design contest will be announced soon.
Quote of the week:
Zurg (Re: Lennie Kirk is in jail again) – “i heard he jerked off, so he felt responsible to turn himself in. my source isnt that good though”