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Archive for July, 2009
Here’s a hint:
Here’s another clue: it has nothing to do with that fine ass woman.
I found this Nike SB spot this morning and I got to admit, it came at just the right time. It’s only Tuesday, I’m stuck at work, and I just got an email from my Mom saying that the starter on our boat shat the bed this weekend. But after seeing this spot, I’m in a pretty good mood.
I’m going to learn everything I can about skimboarding, just so Nick and I can make a movie called “Skimulus Package.” I should go ahead and get that bad boy trademarked because it’s such a bad ass name, I would imagine that someone will probably have stolen it by this time next week.
PS – Smith Mountian Lake was off the chain. See you doodz at Lake Norman.
1. Alliance has started shipping out copies of Rewritten, the new Hyperlite movie. It’s really well made and a ton of rad stuff goes down; pretty much par for the course for the guys at Alliance. There are a ton of awesome shots involving cranes and platforms in the water and a whole lot of other stuff that makes wakeboarding look cool. Check out a trailer and order your copy.
2. Derek Grassman is a funny guy and he updates his blog like a damn maniac. Would you like to see some sneak previews of the new 2010 CWB jams? Are you curious what it’s like to live with Jeff House? Do you enjoy interior design and architecture? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you need to click here and check that bad boy often because he’s got something new on there every time you turn around.
4. In movie news, I’m just about caught up on logging footy and there are a few film trips to (kind of) exotic locales in the works. We’ve been getting word that people all across the country are literally on the edge of their seats in anticipation for us to drop this bad boy on the wakeboarding world. One well-known messageboard poster was quoted as saying “F**k it, might as well go ahead and give them Video of the Year.” I have to be honest, the pressure that we’re under right now is almost unbearable.
Until next time, faithful readers…
I’m going to go ahead and call it now…half of Barnes’ section is going to be him glaring at the camera after he lands something.