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    #16
    Originally posted by DanielBond View Post
    If you haven't listened to the Rachel Lin podcast on MB you should - she was the engineer who designed the new range of K2 skates/frames including the R100s, Unnatural and Front Street.

    http://www.mushroomblading.com/podcasts.php?id=227
    An oldie, but goodie.

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      #17
      Originally posted by DesignatedRolla View Post

      Wanted to listen to Bina's but don't think I can stand it and I heard it wasn't that interesting.
      That one was disappointing for sure...

      Krans is gentry as fuck, and not quite as interesting as he thinks, but is a good guy... Very enthusiastic about skating...

      My favorite of his were the Cameron Talbott one and the one With Vossoughi, Tyler Noland and Neil Chen (says nothing)… both focussed on Talbott and Noland respectively, talking about great outdoors stuff, hiking, hunting, camping etc, which I personally found super interesting... Noland's voice is very listenable and chill, and Talbott is very eloquent...
      Kind of inspired me to look for some dedicated great outdoorsy podcasts

      The one with Boschi Pope was pretty good, but generally he does too many casts with random norcal dudes with nothing to say and/or obvious alchohol problems.... The Danny Malm appearance was pretty depressing...

      Phillip Moore features often and communicates like an over-excited teenage girl, constantly interrupting.... put me off his skating a little if I'm honest



      The TooEasy podcasts are really good though... Greg Preston has a good delivery and is chill whilst staying eloquent

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        #18
        Originally posted by `\.oOOo./` View Post

        I can't listen to Lino speak through his nose for more than 30 seconds so I haven't been listening to podcasts. Great summaries.
        I always thought French and Belgians were being dramatic when complaining about Americans speaking their language. Now, hearing Lino speak I can relate. I work with Portuguese folks everyday and they don't speak like Lino. I imagine the Brits cringe when they hear Americans speak tho. All around tho i have to thank Lino for making this content. His guests are great.
        Last edited by thor83; 11.07.2018, 02:44.

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          #19
          Originally posted by Dubjeeberplus View Post

          That one was disappointing for sure...

          Krans is gentry as fuck, and not quite as interesting as he thinks, but is a good guy... Very enthusiastic about skating...

          My favorite of his were the Cameron Talbott one and the one With Vossoughi, Tyler Noland and Neil Chen (says nothing)… both focussed on Talbott and Noland respectively, talking about great outdoors stuff, hiking, hunting, camping etc, which I personally found super interesting... Noland's voice is very listenable and chill, and Talbott is very eloquent...
          Kind of inspired me to look for some dedicated great outdoorsy podcasts

          The one with Boschi Pope was pretty good, but generally he does too many casts with random norcal dudes with nothing to say and/or obvious alchohol problems.... The Danny Malm appearance was pretty depressing...

          Phillip Moore features often and communicates like an over-excited teenage girl, constantly interrupting.... put me off his skating a little if I'm honest
          Man I hope we didn't sound like a bunch of drunks on episode 100.
          I would beg to differ about the gentry as fuck part although he is the Pride of Wisconsin Rapids to us!
          Thanks for the feedback though and the breakdown, I will make sure Phil gets a solid nickname to reflect his adolescent girl likeness!
          That's hilarious!
          Besos - JSF!

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            #20
            Riccardo Lino skate talk with Bobi Spassov
            • Had a few sponsor offers. Gonna skate till the end of the year and see what happens.
            • Super focused on his style of skating and body positioning stuff
            • Sounds super passionate and focused on skating - really articulated and thoughtful with his words.
            • Seems like a good dude who is yet to get burned out on skating.
            Riccardo Lino skate talk with Scott Blackmore
            • Not loads of info about why Dirt Box died - was hoping for some more history and backstory. Hope he interviews Sam at some point for that.
            • Some stuff about favourite skaters (good convo about why etc) and least favourite skaters (good convo about why etc)
            • Some stuff about how Strangers Like You kind of felt like the end of a chapter of his skating. Worth a listen
            • Little info on Sams new company Muzzle - sounds like they are gonna do a 55mm 95a and a big 110 wheel. Interdasting.
            • Seems like a good dude who is yet to get burned out on skating, but is actually kind of not skating loads right now.

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              #21
              Longer summary of Lino <> Scott Blackmore. Sorry it's long, I even cut out a few things! P.S. I got too bored around 1:36 and i didn't listen to the end.

              ####

              Lino: What was dirtbox?
              Started by Sam and Anthony, artists. Sam reached out about DRC, asked if they wanted to be involved in dirtbox. Harry and Scott produced a lot for dirtbox together. Sam moved to Scott's hometown and ran dirtbox from there for a bit.

              Social media likes don't translate to sales, in the case of dirtbox.

              Lino spoke with Sam, one of the founders of dirtbox. Sam has a new project coming (Muzzle).

              17:00
              Scott: People ask Scott, "why did Dirtbox die?" Well, it was just one guy running it (Sam?) He put a lot of his own money in. People weren't buying enough.

              20:00
              Scott works as a teacher or teach assistant. Teaches graphic design to 18-22 yo, sometimes as old as 39

              25:00
              Lino: Scott makes skating look niiiiice, but not intimidating in the way that Roman Abrate does. Scott's moves are more accessible, which is important. Bobby Spassov too.

              27:00
              Accessibility of skating
              Lino: Where does this creativity come from?
              Scott: Lino's point about accessibility is a good one. It's accessible because you don't need a skate spot (editors note: not because it's EZZZZZ). Not a lot of skate spots where Scott lives. But the area is cool and interesting so your mind creates ideas. The spot drives the trick. What's the most interesting thing I can do in this area? <-- Scott and Harry take this approach. The spot tells you what the coolest trick is to do there.

              29:30
              Lino: Did you used to rails and spins to grinds, cause you have good fundamentals.
              Scott: yup ... did my share of rails and switch ups. Used to be a park rat. Did some 900s, front flips, misty flips.

              32:50
              Scott owns 5 different pairs of V13s. Likes different color skates. Simple basic skate. Good enuf 4 Broskow, good enuf 4 Blackmore. (Editor's note: We don't hear much of this rhetoric with youth frames, even though farmer and haffey skate youth).

              33:30
              Lino: Are you gonna skate the THEM skates?
              Scott: UHHHHHHH, I'm intrigued, but not enough to pre-order them. Not sure what size to buy. Scott is 6' 5" (Editors note: uhhh WTF really? Dude looks lanky but not 6' 5" lanky). Not sure what size to buy.

              38:00
              Injuries?
              Yes, Scott busted his urethra. So he is more cautious now. Falling again on a rail, there is increased risk.

              47:00
              Dirtbox wheels
              Lino: what did you think about dirtbox hard wheels?
              Scott: I skated the 55/95 only flat for a long time. Some of the weird shit (in Scott's skating) came from those hard wheels, playing around.

              56:00
              Strangers edit was self observed peak.
              Kings edit was intentionally filmed in a park to not compete with strangers

              1:08
              *Lino top 5*
              Jon Elliott
              Richie eisler
              Dom Bruce
              Eugen Enin (heard of him?)
              Sam Croft

              *Scott Blacmore, top 5*
              1-Colin Martin

              2-Danny Beer

              ^Can't copy it. They skate their own way. What the f ~Scott Blackmore

              3-Sean Kelso, most technical, most steezy
              Lino, in 2005 he was on tour with SK. He was doing hurricane backslide and top acid switch and reg. (Editorial note: SK might be better than Lomax ... Just saying)

              Lino: Kelsoez were first to do their front torque angled forward instead of like an alley oop mak. Erik Bailey also did his front torques that way.

              4-Sean Keane

              5-JT Truitt (Lino doesn't know, him cause Lino...)
              Lino: Andy

              Lino: Oli Short boycotted hurricanes and spin. Chose to stop. Got respect anyway.

              6-Werbeski

              1:32:50
              Muzzle, the new dirtbox
              *Muzzle products*
              -55/95, pouring in DIFFERENT factory than dirtbox
              -Grind wheel
              -100-110, big wheel

              1:34:45
              Scott: Mike Simpson VOD (vawd in high English)
              - Mike should be in Scott top 5
              - Harry should be in Scott top 5
              - Can't put your own bois in the mix

              1:36
              Muzzle Team
              -Scott will be involved in muzzle as a skater, most likely
              -Mike Simpson, (VOD, vawd)
              -Sam (Croft)



              Last edited by thor83; 14.07.2018, 21:30.

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                #22
                The Dom West and Scott Blackmore ones are well worth a listen.

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                  #23
                  Fuck yes, I need new wheels and 55/95 sounds like fun for a flat set up.

                  Originally posted by the winner
                  that was so fucking GAY, fucking quit it. You're the gayest skaters ever

                  whack skating
                  whack filming
                  whack song
                  that redbull spill is disgusting

                  did I say shit tricks?

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                    #24
                    Haha didn’t expect this! Certainly appreciate. And it does make me want to go and listen to them.



                    meat is murder
                    and murder tastes good.

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                      #25
                      What happened to FootageTape? Did they also used to have a podcast or was it only videos?

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                        #26
                        Just videos but Kevin Dowling did do a podcast for a bit I think?

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                          #27
                          Originally posted by thor83 View Post
                          -55/95, pouring in same factory as dirtbox
                          I swear he said it wouldn't be the same factory. Not that it makes a diff really.

                          I hope Muzzle drop some bigger aggressive wheels too - A flat setup if mixed hardnesses would be a great setup - 62/90 and 62/95 would be such a cool setup that works on a range of flat frames (Mega, K2, Adapt)

                          Not sure why anyone wants to ride 55 flat unless they are on CO/Valo frames or something - in which case - go bigger!

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                            #28
                            Originally posted by DanielBond
                            I swear he said it wouldn't be the same factory. Not that it makes a diff really.
                            i probably misheard. My friend heard different factory too. I'll relisten and edit.

                            Originally posted by DanielBond
                            Not sure why anyone wants to ride 55 flat unless they are on CO/Valo frames or something - in which case - go bigger!
                            Yup ... Exactly. Hard to go back to flst creates with all the great frame options now. Symetrics, K2, and Aeons.

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                              #29
                              Originally posted by DanielBond View Post
                              I swear he said it wouldn't be the same factory. Not that it makes a diff really.
                              I misheard. You are 100% correct. NEW FACTORY. Not same factory as Dirtbox.

                              That's a good thing IMO. The Labarre 56/92 edit back in 2014 really got me hyped for Dirtbox. Liked the 57/96. But the 56/92 I had wore very quick.

                              Overall I bought a ton of their wheel product. But ended up selling most of it in favor of undercover or any of the various Matter-AEND brands.

                              Been really enjoying the GO 60 and the K2 2017 stock wheel with the Face profile. Pretty great honestly. Quality wheels and not too hard. With 2018 flat frame options, hard wheels are less crucial.

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                                #30
                                Powell Movement Podcast with Aaron Feinberg
                                • Started skating at 11, but during his younger years was world-class in Taekwondo - says it taught him discipline etc
                                • Moved to the East Coast to get more involved with skating. Dropped out of school - parents supportive.
                                • Was involved in the early years with the Salomon skate - said engineers were super responsive to the riders
                                • Was pulling 100k per year
                                • Made switch to USD to skate with friends and make a change in his life
                                • Injuries forced him to quit - last ankle break took 2 years to heal and he started phasing out of skating
                                • Works part-time doing removals now, seems to have saved his skate money and able to live decently
                                • Does rock climbing, plays pool, bike riding now. Seems happy.
                                • Seems like a good dude who got burned out by skating

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