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« Reply #120 on: September 11, 2018, 06:20:11 PM »
You guys just don't understand metaphors. Skatetrix sounds like skate tricks it is a metpahor

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« Reply #121 on: September 11, 2018, 08:01:00 PM »
At the time it was definitely the best video to come out or, at the least, the most anticipated. The video delivered on all fronts from what the expectation was. Definitely peak crailtap video. That Gino part blew everyone away when it came out because I don’t think anyone really expected a full part from him. Love this video.

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« Reply #122 on: September 11, 2018, 08:25:57 PM »
Keenan:'(
Intro part 1 - Still like it, little long. Iffy song.
Intro part 2 - Gets me hyped!!! Spiffy song!
Biebel - Young, before he got thicc. Great part. Line at 9:38 shows why he was put on Girl at the time. Switch Front heel down that set was immaculate.
Ghost board skit - Forgot about that. Fun, but like a wu-tang skit, you just wish it would go away after a couple of views.
BA - His best part. Excellent song. Should not have left Girl.
MJ - Never disappoints. Backlip into the bank! Line @ 20:13 (loading dock) 8). Joy Division!
Chocolate Montage - Dope. Johnston! That krook Kenny did at USC. Bowie
York - Mike is definitely the coolest dude that would buy weed from my buddy in SF in '97. Dunno about a Switch Crook on a bench as a stand alone trick. in 2003? Still can't hate on this dude. Love him.
Eldridge - Didn't he seem like the next big thing after this part? Kinda fizzled out.
Gino - What else is there left to say? Top 5 part ever in skateboarding.
Wilson skit - Excellent to watch? Yes, to this day. Excellent for a tattoo? The jury is still out.
McKinley - Nollie front 3 over the garbage can at speed. If he stayed on Blind, he probably would've went pro.
Girl Montage - About as Ty Evans as you can get: Portraits, Slow mo birds, Overdramatic Electronica. Tony Fergusson's swan song. The only Mariano trick we saw for a full decade. Rick's ender is amazing.
P-Rod - 2 killer tunes. His best style. Start your own company, sure. Leave for Plan B, no. Bummer.
Jeremy Rogers - Never.Gave.2.Shits.About.This.Robot.
Carroll - Fakie to hurricane. Skates fast. Sick flick. He should mentioned with Koston, Reynolds etc. Rarely is.
McCrank - So much talent. He's a machine. Finally gets a good song. Style is even better on tranny.
Invisible boards skit - cute. enough already.
Koston - Stealing Wallets = Suppressive Person yo. Opening line is his answer to Reynolds line in TIS. (Reynolds won) Typical insane Koston part. 360 flip NB was a proper ender when an ender was a fucking ENDER. THE FRANK BLACK SONG RULES YOU FUCKING PHILISTINES. Don't @ me.

I love this video.
Nice break down but you're blowing it.  This came out months before tis.

Are you sure? I thought it was the other way around.


York - Mike is definitely the coolest dude that would buy weed from my buddy in SF in '97. Dunno about a Switch Crook on a bench as a stand alone trick. in 2003? Still can't hate on this dude. Love him.

I love this video.

27:07. I should have said ledge. And not switch.

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Dude you are really confused. You should have also said bar not a ledge and mtvic is right, This is Skateboarding came out in April, Yeah Right came out late May/June.

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« Reply #123 on: September 12, 2018, 05:38:25 AM »


This is what I was talking about.

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« Reply #124 on: September 12, 2018, 06:21:27 AM »
i thought it was and still is amazing but i also grew up with it. id imagine people who grew up with fully flared feel will feel the same way about fully flared. thats probably going to age well. its too bad pretty sweet was such a dud.

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« Reply #125 on: September 12, 2018, 07:39:59 AM »
You guys just don't understand metaphors. Skatetrix sounds like skate tricks it is a metpahor


This may be one of the greatest things posted on Slap, ever. 



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« Reply #126 on: September 12, 2018, 10:46:50 AM »


This is what I was talking about.

Front crook through a chunky curved ledge

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« Reply #127 on: September 12, 2018, 10:52:52 AM »


This is what I was talking about.

Front crook through a chunky curved ledge

For a pro, on Chocolate, in 2003? Meh.

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« Reply #128 on: September 12, 2018, 11:44:05 AM »

York - Mike is definitely the coolest dude that would buy weed from my buddy in SF in '97. Dunno about a Switch Crook on a bench as a stand alone trick. in 2003? Still can't hate on this dude. Love him.

I love this video.

Where was this trick? I think you're confused

27:07. I should have said ledge. And not switch.


What are you fuckin thick???


Sorry. 27:08 you sloppy excuse for a cunt.

You said switch crook on a bench and put the wrong time stamp... That was a front crook around the corner on a ledge... If anyone here is a sloppy cunt my friend, it is you.

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« Reply #129 on: September 12, 2018, 12:23:01 PM »
That ledge is also a bench you ragged birth hole.

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« Reply #130 on: September 12, 2018, 01:01:08 PM »
That ledge is also a bench you ragged birth hole.


I can't beat your insults... You win this one.

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« Reply #131 on: September 12, 2018, 01:27:53 PM »
Keenan:'(
Intro part 1 - Still like it, little long. Iffy song.
Intro part 2 - Gets me hyped!!! Spiffy song!
Biebel - Young, before he got thicc. Great part. Line at 9:38 shows why he was put on Girl at the time. Switch Front heel down that set was immaculate.
Ghost board skit - Forgot about that. Fun, but like a wu-tang skit, you just wish it would go away after a couple of views.
BA - His best part. Excellent song. Should not have left Girl.
MJ - Never disappoints. Backlip into the bank! Line @ 20:13 (loading dock) 8). Joy Division!
Chocolate Montage - Dope. Johnston! That krook Kenny did at USC. Bowie
York - Mike is definitely the coolest dude that would buy weed from my buddy in SF in '97. Dunno about a Switch Crook on a bench as a stand alone trick. in 2003? Still can't hate on this dude. Love him.
Eldridge - Didn't he seem like the next big thing after this part? Kinda fizzled out.
Gino - What else is there left to say? Top 5 part ever in skateboarding.
Wilson skit - Excellent to watch? Yes, to this day. Excellent for a tattoo? The jury is still out.
McKinley - Nollie front 3 over the garbage can at speed. If he stayed on Blind, he probably would've went pro.
Girl Montage - About as Ty Evans as you can get: Portraits, Slow mo birds, Overdramatic Electronica. Tony Fergusson's swan song. The only Mariano trick we saw for a full decade. Rick's ender is amazing.
P-Rod - 2 killer tunes. His best style. Start your own company, sure. Leave for Plan B, no. Bummer.
Jeremy Rogers - Never.Gave.2.Shits.About.This.Robot.
Carroll - Fakie to hurricane. Skates fast. Sick flick. He should mentioned with Koston, Reynolds etc. Rarely is.
McCrank - So much talent. He's a machine. Finally gets a good song. Style is even better on tranny.
Invisible boards skit - cute. enough already.
Koston - Stealing Wallets = Suppressive Person yo. Opening line is his answer to Reynolds line in TIS. (Reynolds won) Typical insane Koston part. 360 flip NB was a proper ender when an ender was a fucking ENDER. THE FRANK BLACK SONG RULES YOU FUCKING PHILISTINES. Don't @ me.

I love this video.

Had to revisit your original post to keep track of all the misinformation, I crossed out 4 things you got wrong.

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« Reply #132 on: September 12, 2018, 02:59:26 PM »
i thought it was and still is amazing but i also grew up with it. id imagine people who grew up with fully flared feel will feel the same way about fully flared. thats probably going to age well. its too bad pretty sweet was such a dud.

The hate for Pretty Sweet has been brought up a few times but, I think it has a different meaning for newer generations. The video itself is something that someone new to skateboarding can easily get into as it's got a lot of special effects but, kids like it
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« Reply #133 on: September 12, 2018, 03:03:48 PM »
I love their videos...I do, I am a crailtap fan. I celebrate the guys' entire catalog.

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« Reply #134 on: September 12, 2018, 06:08:27 PM »
I love their videos...I do, I am a crailtap fan. I celebrate the guys' entire catalog.

So you're gonna kook Michael and Samir and give me a gnar?
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« Reply #135 on: September 12, 2018, 07:05:59 PM »
I love their videos...I do, I am a crailtap fan. I celebrate the guys' entire catalog.

So you're gonna kook Michael and Samir and give me a gnar?

I have to run it by the other Bob.

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« Reply #136 on: September 13, 2018, 08:53:07 AM »
The best thing about Yeah Right on DVD was the Extras montage. Funny clips and some good throwaway footage, Brandon Biebel was the best, skip to 2:56 for his stoned face


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« Reply #137 on: September 13, 2018, 04:25:32 PM »
Stands the test of time. I remember being a little 15 year old getting all hyped watching this video and going out trying flip tricks down stairs thinking i was the shit


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« Reply #138 on: September 13, 2018, 05:40:59 PM »


This is what I was talking about.

Front crook through a chunky curved ledge

For a pro, on Chocolate, in 2003? Meh.

Those ledges were A) high, B) Chunky, C) curved. He did a front crook to pop out through the curve. Sorry it wasn't a nollie flip front crook nollie 360 flip, but for a lot of people style means something - not just the level of difficulty of the trick. That being said, front crooking to pop out through that would be hard as fuck, so in the end you really just don't know what the fuck you're talking about.

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« Reply #139 on: September 13, 2018, 06:25:08 PM »
MJ skating to Joy Division in the VHS version. He skates to New Order in the next video. Smoking ciggs and post-punk became real popular in my area after that.

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« Reply #140 on: September 13, 2018, 07:40:12 PM »
I knew a LOT of quitters already when this came out on vhs
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« Reply #141 on: September 13, 2018, 11:40:11 PM »
Is this the last video where people yelled out loud when someone lands a trick.

I love that shit! Its the essence of skateboarding  Never see it anymore.

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« Reply #142 on: September 14, 2018, 08:20:58 AM »
Is this the last video where people yelled out loud when someone lands a trick.

I love that shit! Its the essence of skateboarding  Never see it anymore.

I always hear Anthony Van Engelen yelling in the background after makes in FA/Hockey vids

You can hear AVE all throughout Donovan's part

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« Reply #143 on: September 14, 2018, 08:56:43 AM »
Is this the last video where people yelled out loud when someone lands a trick.

I love that shit! Its the essence of skateboarding  Never see it anymore.

the whole 'quiet on the set' thing that's come in in the last few years is fucking baffling. it becomes so apparent when watching raw edits when you notice there's 5 seconds of silence after every trick before all the homies collectively burst into flames with excitement. i think it started way later than 2003 though

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« Reply #144 on: September 14, 2018, 05:16:31 PM »
This was my childhood bible. Got it in the mail from ccs the same day that my report card with my first f's came. My mom hid the video from me but when she left for the night to go out drinking I tore the house apart found it and watched it. Koston's 3 flip nasalblunt ad was in the spillover of my binder. Ba, mj and gino became my favorite skaters. I've come home alone from the bar all coked up and watched this video like 25 times back in my party time phase. Probably still top 5 vids ever even though I gotta fast forward through a good amount of parts
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« Reply #145 on: September 15, 2018, 01:39:11 AM »
Still holds up. Yeah right! but seriously, still does.

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« Reply #146 on: September 15, 2018, 11:50:54 AM »
I knew a LOT of quitters already when this came out on vhs

yeah, MJ had a really good part, maybe the best one of this video in my opinion.
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« Reply #147 on: September 16, 2018, 10:39:16 AM »
Video is still pretty amazing. Rick McCrank’s part has so much replay value to it. His opening 180 and then switch Ollie down those stairs was insane.  Every single part in that video was sick. This was also back when Paul was on and Jereme Rogers wasn’t a massive kook. Rewatching this video now makes me miss Scott Johnston a lot too.

Fully flared was a great follow up to that video and then pretty sweet was trash with the exception of Corey, MJ and mike mo’s parts

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« Reply #148 on: September 16, 2018, 11:14:09 AM »
Is this the last video where people yelled out loud when someone lands a trick.

I love that shit! Its the essence of skateboarding  Never see it anymore.

the whole 'quiet on the set' thing that's come in in the last few years is fucking baffling. it becomes so apparent when watching raw edits when you notice there's 5 seconds of silence after every trick before all the homies collectively burst into flames with excitement. i think it started way later than 2003 though

You must be new to skating, or don't know people who take filming seriously. It has always been a general rule of thumb for a good deal of skaters - don't cheer, and especially don't say "YEAH!" super loud right after someone finally lands something they've been battling to get on film, because it gets annoying when you go back and watch the footage. Extra annoying to edit when someone yells right when a dude lands a trick. Always be polite and wait a good few seconds, for the sake of the final product. Is it really hard to be a little considerate?