Some wacky news this week. As wacky as a Russian punk band named Pussy Riot facing seven years in prison for protesting Vladimir Putin? Maybe.
Rob Dyrdek has opened a partnership between his newly purchased DNA Distribution and Anthem Media Group/The La Jolla Group, licensors of O'Neill and Metal Mulisha clothing. The partnership includes new DNA offices in California, and an expanded line of non-skate products.
Speaking of Rob, he's also being accused of involvement in fraudulent activities along with California Skateparks, the allegations being made by competing skatepark company Spohn Ranch. CSP is the second skatepark company Spohn Ranch has tried to sue this year, ARC being the first. Sounds fishy.
Baker is facing a lot of backlash for their "Gooks of Hazzard" shirt. Who saw that one coming?
Quote of the week:
StabMasterArson: "Pro's are everyday people like you and I, some may enjoy the occasional penis in their mouth, some may dip their pizza crust in Ketchup."