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What is it? I havent heard from that cat in 20 years.
Thanks for taking the time to check out my stuff man.
I got an electronica project also. Kinda like scary movie soundtrack shyte.
Here’s some of my tunes that you guys should hate and make you run for your earplugs.
Circle Down aint too bad. Got some decent riffs but the recording is bad.
Not too into the Woodpecker pecking on linoleum Fieldy bass tone though.
6 outta 10.
Yea it works now. Excellent job.
It’s all about cheap terra firma.
Oh dayumm I forgot about Todd Gardner. He lived right near me too.
Yea he some sick power. Legs like tree trunks. Smooth style.
Last time I was talking to him was right before I moved. I built a speaker cabinet for his GTI and he was thinking about buying a bass guitar.
I was tryin to get him into freestyle but he stuck with the racing and jumping mostly. I gotta talk to that cat.February 28, 2006 at 12:34 am in reply to: THE LAST FAMILY OWNED BIKE SHOP. (A BMX MOTIVATOR) #28382
Damn bro I didn’t know you used to work there too. Who was working there then? I think this guy Frank left a little after me and bought Highland Park cyclery and didn’t tell Dennis and he was pissed that he did that without telling him. Dennis WAS really into the racing scene back then, but when I started working there and freestyle and mtn biking was starting to take over, his heart wasn’t in it anymore, it was just about the money. He didn’t want to take chances and order the expensive parts and do mail order shops. He only had a few more years before retiring so the shop was really just a time killer. They did put me through Schwinn school so I could get my huge raise to $5.25 an hour! Stoked! We had some good times though, watchin Hawaii 5-0, crackin on customers and getting the females to do the “bend over the bars-touch the front axle frame fitting test”.
I left a couple months after that when they expected me to fix and sell all the bikes pretty much by myself. That’s when I joined the Carpenters Union and rolled out to Cali.
I never had the neon thanks to SE Racing. The Haro jersey was a bright white and blue borderline neon. But the late 80’s all about flambouancy.
If it never happened, we’d have it goin on now. What a nightmare that would be. I gotta bust all that crap out of my closet before the moths finish them off.
This is the email I get.
the links just bring me to mysite.com instead of the forum.
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Yea man that would be cool. I’ll try to make it work. Those things are super finicky. I just hope my vhs tape has stuck together over the years.
Send me out a capture card. I’m a poorboy. 😕
Slayerville looks solid. Wish they had that when I was riding loading dock banks in jerz.
I remember me and Kevin Rochon got on the local cable channel doing some airs back in those trails. Still got it on VHS. Good times.
Are those Cheesquake State Park trails still there? Those were the some of best around. The best section was a bust but we would hit it anyway.