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Stereotype: It's Sick
so Iberg came and chilled in boulder over the weekend and i got to see stereotype from his master copy and i must say it is fucking nasty. it is a really new and different style of editing that kinda makes the film feel like an experimental skate film. It's kinda funny too because most of the riders picked their own music, so you get to see how they feel about their skiing. Dash has a fucking badass segment in the beginning, which i think everyone will be completely surprised by because most of you just don't know how damn good the kid is...yet. anyway, i don't want to reveal too much of it now, but when it is released i recommend that everyone purchase a copy because it is definitely different than the other movies and showcases alot of stuff and people that you wont get to see anywhere else. plus it's just downright badass
good to hear.. im def pickin this one up..
is it anythin like royalty?
'Dude dont worry its impossible to get hurt on this hip' My words of confidence to stephan waldie just before he hits the hip and brakes his coller bone/sholderblade.
as soon as the copies are done being made and he gets them ready to ship. not exactly sure on a date yet
Dammit, i ordered it 2 weeks ago and i want it now, NOW!. i cant wait
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