the thing w/skating and the daily bread is this. its commendable that the daily bread got so big to go from a 1 page 2 sided zine to a full fledged magazine and that its run by the skaters is great...but inline is way too easy...yeah that's a crock b/c a lot of the guys who are really good are REALLY good and saying its easy isn't exactly straight, BUT skateboarding compared to inline is a big deal. skateboarding is tech...inline is not...i did it for a while and w/in the first year of riding ramps i was doing fronts and misties...hell i'm in the stowe dryland ski camp brochure (last time i checked). any of you who know real low key skaters, john nakahara and his brother jay whooped the industry when they came into it after skating hardcore for only 5 months...they were pure talent and style...but they left b/c it seemed to some extent like it reached its pinacle...ok yeah 720 or 900 flat spin is hard...but when you look like a balerina (sound that out...i can't spell) doing it, that's not chill.
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