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Re: Baggy Clothing Appreciation (RIP)
« Reply #90 on: May 01, 2015, 09:43:15 PM »
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Re: Baggy Clothing Appreciation (RIP)
« Reply #91 on: May 03, 2015, 08:51:24 PM »

Namba again

What is he up to nowadays?  Still skating?
Guess he is still skating, looks like he is doing handpainted signs in Salt Lake City his insta is @lookatthatsign

Yeah, he definitely doesn't wear baggy clothes no more, but still skates good. I know the fedora is looked down upon, but it somewhat works with this guy.

Whoa, skating was really good, and for some reason I enjoyed that Latino groove. But how do you go from xxl to the tightest gear with a fedroa? I know most people have slimmed up their kit, but thats a complete lifestyle change.

You find god, I guess? There's a bunch of "pray for peace" slogans in his stuff.
God ain't "bout it-bout it".

"The only way to peace it to love one another"

Proofread dude. Also skating was horrendous. Late 90s fake style. Where you bend you're knees way after you landed the trick. I watched it all the way through like a lifetime movie. So terrible that it was enjoyable.

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Re: Baggy Clothing Appreciation (RIP)
« Reply #92 on: May 03, 2015, 10:27:14 PM »

Namba again

What is he up to nowadays?  Still skating?
Guess he is still skating, looks like he is doing handpainted signs in Salt Lake City his insta is @lookatthatsign

Yeah, he definitely doesn't wear baggy clothes no more, but still skates good. I know the fedora is looked down upon, but it somewhat works with this guy.

Whoa, skating was really good, and for some reason I enjoyed that Latino groove. But how do you go from xxl to the tightest gear with a fedroa? I know most people have slimmed up their kit, but thats a complete lifestyle change.

You find god, I guess? There's a bunch of "pray for peace" slogans in his stuff.
God ain't "bout it-bout it".

"The only way to peace it to love one another"

Proofread dude. Also skating was horrendous. Late 90s fake style. Where you bend you're knees way after you landed the trick. I watched it all the way through like a lifetime movie. So terrible that it was enjoyable.

Nah, dudes obviously religious. "Pray for peace movement", prayer is an act of worship. Peace and love shit go hand in hand with god, for a lot of people. Around the 1:00 mark he mentions reaching out to god (the vid is a touching gesture too):

I think I read some yt comment he posted once (it might of been somewhere in his filmbot friday part) addressing the baggy clothes lifestyle thing & he said something along the lines of: "I use to think I wanted to be gangsta, but now I'm more interested in creating peace".
I think he looks good on a board. Seen him skate in person once (post baggy clothes and I definitely didn't realize it was the same dude at first). I thought he was pretty impressive. His consistency stood out to me more than everyone else's for some reason.

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Re: Baggy Clothing Appreciation (RIP)
« Reply #93 on: May 05, 2015, 05:49:50 AM »
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Re: Baggy Clothing Appreciation (RIP)
« Reply #94 on: May 06, 2015, 03:27:21 AM »
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