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Old 01-20-06, 07:50 AM   #1
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came from the shutdowns today
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Your right foot is off on the wallride, and your left pedal is down on the rock'n'roll. Weak sauce.

On a random sidenote, we had a fakie rock jam at the Alameda skatepark last week. Cody Mattert took first place by hopping on, removing his hat and shirt, and then hopping out. I took second place by hopping on and into a one-handed double seatstand, and then hopping out. Third went to Derrick Pereira with a double tiregrab fakie rock.
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