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66 6th Street
« on: September 07, 2018, 09:28:10 PM »
Looking forward to stopping by the space when I'm pushing around downtown.



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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2018, 09:34:10 PM »
Sounds sick,making a stop next time I'm north

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #2 on: September 07, 2018, 09:49:57 PM »
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66 6th is not a ďstoreĒ, nor is it a ďmuseumĒ.

So it's like a store and museum then?

Cool. Thrasher belongs in the Tenderloin. Surprised it took this long.

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #3 on: September 08, 2018, 02:08:39 AM »
I enjoy the story behind it, also good for them being so close to Westfield and not too far from Union Square.

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #4 on: September 08, 2018, 06:34:43 AM »
Thatís pretty cool.. would like to know more

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #5 on: September 08, 2018, 07:30:17 AM »
Sweet! An official Thrasher t-shirt store!

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #6 on: September 08, 2018, 09:10:06 AM »
Sweet! An official Thrasher t-shirt store!

You donít fuck with expensive fleece blankets and cheap printed sunglasses bruh?

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #7 on: September 09, 2018, 10:49:34 AM »
Corey Duffel just posted that he's gonna work there. Corey on real life

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #8 on: September 09, 2018, 11:05:06 AM »
either post proof or shut the fuck up

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #9 on: September 09, 2018, 11:11:20 AM »


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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #10 on: September 09, 2018, 11:29:00 AM »


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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #11 on: September 09, 2018, 11:46:10 AM »
Thatís pretty cool.. would like to know more

666 was code for Nero Caesar using Greek letters and Hebrew gematria (or if you see the footnote 616 if youíre starting from Latin).  Not sure what it has to do with skateboarding, but I guess if people get stoked about St Peters cross, then anything goes
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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #12 on: September 09, 2018, 05:56:08 PM »
Thatís pretty cool.. would like to know more

666 was code for Nero Caesar using Greek letters and Hebrew gematria (or if you see the footnote 616 if youíre starting from Latin).  Not sure what it has to do with skateboarding, but I guess if people get stoked about St Peters cross, then anything goes

You can be a philosophile on the history of titties as well, but at the end of the day occumís razor sells your merch beyond reason.

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #13 on: September 09, 2018, 06:08:31 PM »
Where is supreme going to be I wonder?
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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #14 on: September 09, 2018, 06:30:41 PM »
Thatís pretty cool.. would like to know more

666 was code for Nero Caesar using Greek letters and Hebrew gematria (or if you see the footnote 616 if youíre starting from Latin).  Not sure what it has to do with skateboarding, but I guess if people get stoked about St Peters cross, then anything goes

You can be a philosophile on the history of titties as well, but at the end of the day occumís razor sells your merch beyond reason.

i know its one of those obnoxious pedantic things like "Frankenstein was the scientist not the monster", i just still think that it's interesting.
BA has a tattoo of the pope with a big upside down cross necklace as some sort of anti-religion statement even though the upside down cross is literally the pope's symbol.

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #15 on: September 09, 2018, 07:13:42 PM »
Thatís pretty cool.. would like to know more

666 was code for Nero Caesar using Greek letters and Hebrew gematria (or if you see the footnote 616 if youíre starting from Latin).  Not sure what it has to do with skateboarding, but I guess if people get stoked about St Peters cross, then anything goes

You can be a philosophile on the history of titties as well, but at the end of the day occumís razor sells your merch beyond reason.

i know its one of those obnoxious pedantic things like "Frankenstein was the scientist not the monster", i just still think that it's interesting.
BA has a tattoo of the pope with a big upside down cross necklace as some sort of anti-religion statement even though the upside down cross is literally the pope's symbol.

My bad, that came out the wrong way. I think what 66 6th is doing is the equivalent of ďsex sellsĒ doesnít matter what the sex part of it derives from, itís just wanted by the consumer base. In this case, and much of skateboarding, even tho the imagery is askew in meaning, buys shit in reference to satan. Doesnít matter if the platform of the imagery is incorrect historically, like Bandersonís pope, itís desired by the consumer base because the market pushes the image. ďRight here, for satan!Ē from lizard, or the 101 Natas board. If it sells it sells man, no matter how we break down why itís based on bullshit and misrepresentation.

Regardless, itís good to have discourse about it.  And I completely agree with you on this, and a bunch of other things you post on here. Iím typing this on my phone too so pardon the grammar and spelling. Keep the critical mindís edge sharp dude.

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #16 on: September 09, 2018, 07:17:38 PM »
Thatís pretty cool.. would like to know more

666 was code for Nero Caesar using Greek letters and Hebrew gematria (or if you see the footnote 616 if youíre starting from Latin).  Not sure what it has to do with skateboarding, but I guess if people get stoked about St Peters cross, then anything goes

You can be a philosophile on the history of titties as well, but at the end of the day occumís razor sells your merch beyond reason.

i know its one of those obnoxious pedantic things like "Frankenstein was the scientist not the monster", i just still think that it's interesting.
BA has a tattoo of the pope with a big upside down cross necklace as some sort of anti-religion statement even though the upside down cross is literally the pope's symbol.

My bad, that came out the wrong way. I think what 66 6th is doing is the equivalent of ďsex sellsĒ doesnít matter what the sex part of it derives from, itís just wanted by the consumer base. In this case, and much of skateboarding, even tho the imagery is askew in meaning, buys shit in reference to satan. Doesnít matter if the platform of the imagery is incorrect historically, like Bandersonís pope, itís desired by the consumer base because the market pushes the image. ďRight here, for satan!Ē from lizard, or the 101 Natas board. If it sells it sells man, no matter how we break down why itís based on bullshit and misrepresentation.

Regardless, itís good to have discourse about it.  And I completely agree with you on this, and a bunch of other things you post on here. Iím typing this on my phone too so pardon the grammar and spelling. Keep the critical mindís edge sharp dude.

Even iíd consider renting a store like that with that address.  My local skate shop is in Walt disneyís original animation studio.  Some things just have that extra oomph that makes it cool even if I think Lizard Kingís shit is the dumbest

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #17 on: September 09, 2018, 07:42:21 PM »
Thatís pretty cool.. would like to know more

666 was code for Nero Caesar using Greek letters and Hebrew gematria (or if you see the footnote 616 if youíre starting from Latin).  Not sure what it has to do with skateboarding, but I guess if people get stoked about St Peters cross, then anything goes

You can be a philosophile on the history of titties as well, but at the end of the day occumís razor sells your merch beyond reason.

i know its one of those obnoxious pedantic things like "Frankenstein was the scientist not the monster", i just still think that it's interesting.
BA has a tattoo of the pope with a big upside down cross necklace as some sort of anti-religion statement even though the upside down cross is literally the pope's symbol.

My bad, that came out the wrong way. I think what 66 6th is doing is the equivalent of ďsex sellsĒ doesnít matter what the sex part of it derives from, itís just wanted by the consumer base. In this case, and much of skateboarding, even tho the imagery is askew in meaning, buys shit in reference to satan. Doesnít matter if the platform of the imagery is incorrect historically, like Bandersonís pope, itís desired by the consumer base because the market pushes the image. ďRight here, for satan!Ē from lizard, or the 101 Natas board. If it sells it sells man, no matter how we break down why itís based on bullshit and misrepresentation.

Regardless, itís good to have discourse about it.  And I completely agree with you on this, and a bunch of other things you post on here. Iím typing this on my phone too so pardon the grammar and spelling. Keep the critical mindís edge sharp dude.

Even iíd consider renting a store like that with that address.  My local skate shop is in Walt disneyís original animation studio.  Some things just have that extra oomph that makes it cool even if I think Lizard Kingís shit is the dumbest
Always wanted to stop by Kingswell just for that reason. There was a 666 addressed building that my boss almost leased to move our shop,but opted for something different...that 666 building recently got torn down too so maybe it was for the best. Anything with history or a story always brings interest

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« Reply #18 on: September 09, 2018, 08:19:23 PM »
Thatís pretty cool.. would like to know more

666 was code for Nero Caesar using Greek letters and Hebrew gematria (or if you see the footnote 616 if youíre starting from Latin).  Not sure what it has to do with skateboarding, but I guess if people get stoked about St Peters cross, then anything goes

You can be a philosophile on the history of titties as well, but at the end of the day occumís razor sells your merch beyond reason.

i know its one of those obnoxious pedantic things like "Frankenstein was the scientist not the monster", i just still think that it's interesting.
BA has a tattoo of the pope with a big upside down cross necklace as some sort of anti-religion statement even though the upside down cross is literally the pope's symbol.

My bad, that came out the wrong way. I think what 66 6th is doing is the equivalent of ďsex sellsĒ doesnít matter what the sex part of it derives from, itís just wanted by the consumer base. In this case, and much of skateboarding, even tho the imagery is askew in meaning, buys shit in reference to satan. Doesnít matter if the platform of the imagery is incorrect historically, like Bandersonís pope, itís desired by the consumer base because the market pushes the image. ďRight here, for satan!Ē from lizard, or the 101 Natas board. If it sells it sells man, no matter how we break down why itís based on bullshit and misrepresentation.

Regardless, itís good to have discourse about it.  And I completely agree with you on this, and a bunch of other things you post on here. Iím typing this on my phone too so pardon the grammar and spelling. Keep the critical mindís edge sharp dude.

Even iíd consider renting a store like that with that address.  My local skate shop is in Walt disneyís original animation studio.  Some things just have that extra oomph that makes it cool even if I think Lizard Kingís shit is the dumbest
Always wanted to stop by Kingswell just for that reason. There was a 666 addressed building that my boss almost leased to move our shop,but opted for something different...that 666 building recently got torn down too so maybe it was for the best. Anything with history or a story always brings interest

Itís a combo skate shop/tattoo parlor and the tattoo artists have a lot of OG Mickey designs that are pretty cool.   

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #19 on: September 09, 2018, 08:32:25 PM »
Thatís pretty cool.. would like to know more

666 was code for Nero Caesar using Greek letters and Hebrew gematria (or if you see the footnote 616 if youíre starting from Latin).  Not sure what it has to do with skateboarding, but I guess if people get stoked about St Peters cross, then anything goes

You can be a philosophile on the history of titties as well, but at the end of the day occumís razor sells your merch beyond reason.

i know its one of those obnoxious pedantic things like "Frankenstein was the scientist not the monster", i just still think that it's interesting.
BA has a tattoo of the pope with a big upside down cross necklace as some sort of anti-religion statement even though the upside down cross is literally the pope's symbol.

My bad, that came out the wrong way. I think what 66 6th is doing is the equivalent of ďsex sellsĒ doesnít matter what the sex part of it derives from, itís just wanted by the consumer base. In this case, and much of skateboarding, even tho the imagery is askew in meaning, buys shit in reference to satan. Doesnít matter if the platform of the imagery is incorrect historically, like Bandersonís pope, itís desired by the consumer base because the market pushes the image. ďRight here, for satan!Ē from lizard, or the 101 Natas board. If it sells it sells man, no matter how we break down why itís based on bullshit and misrepresentation.

Regardless, itís good to have discourse about it.  And I completely agree with you on this, and a bunch of other things you post on here. Iím typing this on my phone too so pardon the grammar and spelling. Keep the critical mindís edge sharp dude.

Even iíd consider renting a store like that with that address.  My local skate shop is in Walt disneyís original animation studio.  Some things just have that extra oomph that makes it cool even if I think Lizard Kingís shit is the dumbest
Always wanted to stop by Kingswell just for that reason. There was a 666 addressed building that my boss almost leased to move our shop,but opted for something different...that 666 building recently got torn down too so maybe it was for the best. Anything with history or a story always brings interest

Itís a combo skate shop/tattoo parlor and the tattoo artists have a lot of OG Mickey designs that are pretty cool.   

whoa never knew this! thatís tight, i always stop by when iím down there, along with ye rustic inn. dj is a super nice dude too.

my buddy stopped by 66 6th street and it looked nothing like a store, i remember seeing a wall of tv screens playing various videos. gonna have to pay a visit quick.

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #20 on: September 09, 2018, 08:57:02 PM »
Thatís pretty cool.. would like to know more

666 was code for Nero Caesar using Greek letters and Hebrew gematria (or if you see the footnote 616 if youíre starting from Latin).  Not sure what it has to do with skateboarding, but I guess if people get stoked about St Peters cross, then anything goes

You can be a philosophile on the history of titties as well, but at the end of the day occumís razor sells your merch beyond reason.

i know its one of those obnoxious pedantic things like "Frankenstein was the scientist not the monster", i just still think that it's interesting.
BA has a tattoo of the pope with a big upside down cross necklace as some sort of anti-religion statement even though the upside down cross is literally the pope's symbol.

My bad, that came out the wrong way. I think what 66 6th is doing is the equivalent of ďsex sellsĒ doesnít matter what the sex part of it derives from, itís just wanted by the consumer base. In this case, and much of skateboarding, even tho the imagery is askew in meaning, buys shit in reference to satan. Doesnít matter if the platform of the imagery is incorrect historically, like Bandersonís pope, itís desired by the consumer base because the market pushes the image. ďRight here, for satan!Ē from lizard, or the 101 Natas board. If it sells it sells man, no matter how we break down why itís based on bullshit and misrepresentation.

Regardless, itís good to have discourse about it.  And I completely agree with you on this, and a bunch of other things you post on here. Iím typing this on my phone too so pardon the grammar and spelling. Keep the critical mindís edge sharp dude.

Even iíd consider renting a store like that with that address.  My local skate shop is in Walt disneyís original animation studio.  Some things just have that extra oomph that makes it cool even if I think Lizard Kingís shit is the dumbest
Always wanted to stop by Kingswell just for that reason. There was a 666 addressed building that my boss almost leased to move our shop,but opted for something different...that 666 building recently got torn down too so maybe it was for the best. Anything with history or a story always brings interest

Itís a combo skate shop/tattoo parlor and the tattoo artists have a lot of OG Mickey designs that are pretty cool.   

whoa never knew this! thatís tight, i always stop by when iím down there, along with ye rustic inn. dj is a super nice dude too.

my buddy stopped by 66 6th street and it looked nothing like a store, i remember seeing a wall of tv screens playing various videos. gonna have to pay a visit quick.

Rad. I go to public house out of habit rather than preference, so it was nice to wander across the street to the shop in between World Cup games.

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #21 on: September 10, 2018, 11:58:34 AM »
Where is supreme going to be I wonder?

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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #22 on: September 10, 2018, 12:13:09 PM »
there will be more 16 yr old white chicks in there than ambercrombie and fitch

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« Reply #23 on: September 10, 2018, 05:54:57 PM »
It has been a while since I've been to SF, but isn't the Tenderloin a neighborhood for marginalized populations within S.F.? Isn't this store popping up in this neighborhood similar to Mikey Taylor's gentrification shit? Or, is it just outside of the traditional Tenderloin area?



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Re: 66 6th Street
« Reply #24 on: September 10, 2018, 06:28:15 PM »
It has been a while since I've been to SF, but isn't the Tenderloin a neighborhood for marginalized populations within S.F.? Isn't this store popping up in this neighborhood similar to Mikey Taylor's gentrification shit? Or, is it just outside of the traditional Tenderloin area?



Its not actually the tenderloin, but 6th south of market has a similar rep and history.
Iíve actually liked it a lot recently because it feels like one of the only untouched parts of the city left.
Its actually not what Mikey is doing in that Mikey will wait to see how the store is doing and then buy peopleís homes out from under them if it seems successful. Same process, different roles.

Its pretty problematic, but that Benny Gold guy also has some bullshit boutique there and Iíve heard very unconfirmed rumors of supreme looking there. I have a feeling thereís a tide of gentrification thatís going to turn that street into Fairfax North.


That said, I like the concept. It could definitely be a cool museum type place if that really is the goal. Of course, I also could see it being a t-shirt stand with papier mache Jason Dills and shit
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