April 10, 2014   44 notes
techskate:

halfcab back foot flip

techskate:

halfcab back foot flip

March 30, 2014   1,600 notes

mammothpills:

Jake Johnson | Regular and switch wallride

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March 26, 2014   15 notes
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Alex Olson lofting a long-ass no comply

Alex Olson lofting a long-ass no comply

March 22, 2014   227,724 notes

blloooooo:

omfg i did not fucking expect that

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March 21, 2014   355 notes
gnartifact:

Something Sinister - Brian Peacock by Tommy Zhao

gnartifact:

Something Sinister - Brian Peacock by Tommy Zhao

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March 16, 2014   7 notes

techskate:

get some.

March 10, 2014   815 notes
Gino Iannucci, 360 no-comply

Gino Iannucci, 360 no-comply

March 8, 2014   68 notes
techskate:

Bill Ward & Ozzy

According to Tony Iommi, he and the band would often set Ward’s beard on fire and perform other harmful pranks on him. On one occasion, Ward even received third-degree burns. In an interview with Guitar World, Tony described it as follows: ‘Bill and I were in the studio rehearsing one day and out of the blue I asked him, “May I set you on fire, Bill?” And he said, “Well, not now, not now.” And then I forgot about it. Later on when the day ended, he said to me, “Well, I’m going home now; you still want to set me on fire or what?” And I said, “Sure.” So I took a small can of lighter fluid and sprayed it on him, lit a match, and whoomph. He was wearing these polyester pants so they burned really quickly and he was on the floor screaming and crying. I could not help him because I was so busy laughing. It actually turned out to be quite serious. I felt really bad for him. He was sent to the hospital. Later on, his mother called me on the phone and said, “You barmy bastard, it’s about time you grew up. Our Bill is going to have his leg off.” But things like that always happened to Bill.’

techskate:

Bill Ward & Ozzy

According to Tony Iommi, he and the band would often set Ward’s beard on fire and perform other harmful pranks on him. On one occasion, Ward even received third-degree burns. In an interview with Guitar World, Tony described it as follows: ‘Bill and I were in the studio rehearsing one day and out of the blue I asked him, “May I set you on fire, Bill?” And he said, “Well, not now, not now.” And then I forgot about it. Later on when the day ended, he said to me, “Well, I’m going home now; you still want to set me on fire or what?” And I said, “Sure.” So I took a small can of lighter fluid and sprayed it on him, lit a match, and whoomph. He was wearing these polyester pants so they burned really quickly and he was on the floor screaming and crying. I could not help him because I was so busy laughing. It actually turned out to be quite serious. I felt really bad for him. He was sent to the hospital. Later on, his mother called me on the phone and said, “You barmy bastard, it’s about time you grew up. Our Bill is going to have his leg off.” But things like that always happened to Bill.’