In the 80’s it was STOVE TOP STUFFING. I would call my mom while Joey called his MOM and things always seemed to work out perfectly. In the 90’s, it was all about the HOT POCKETS. The United Kingdom lent us their hundred-year recipe for the meal of champions, or what they like to call meat pies. Whatever is good for ROBBIE WILLIAMS is good enough for me. But that was in the 90’s and even though they were great TIMES, they had to inevitably come to an end. Then into the new decade/century/millennium. I was no longer a kid and I was old enough to go to war for this country, so I began to eat adult food. That meant things like Double Doubles, Sourdough Jacks, and BALUT.
But as we all know, life has a way of coming full circle. Although I am no longer I kid, I should probably have one pretty soon. I’m not saying I’m having a kid or anything like that, but I will need to find out the delicious after school snacks Gunther (what I will name my kid) will be allowed to eat. And since I will definitely train Gunther into action sports (preferably INLINE), what better way to do that than to look back at some of our old videos?
These things seem ancient especially with the spastic video quality. The audio in this is so off it often times confuses me. And the music. Let me just suggest maybe taking an E pill to enhance your viewing experience. I think I might have been watching a lot of TRAINSPOTTING when I made this video over a decade ago.
It features some of us Walnut and Diamond bar skaters. These were the later years of skateboarding. When most skaters started driving, the importance of their skateboard became less relevant. Others like Brad and David; they kept it real.
* I know it says “WMD” or Weapons of Mass Destruction. Actually that’s a typo and it will take way to long to re-export this video. So WMD it is. And just so you don’t get confused, Fart was the title of our original skateboard movie. When this came out, everyone just referred to it as Fart II instead of its original title.