When did you first start skateboarding?
Q- Describe your first set-up.
A- Nash Tenderfoot (roller skate wheels, roller skate trucks)
Q- What got you stoked to begin skating?
A- My brother got a Bahne with Chicago Trucks and wheels.
Q- How has skateboarding changed your life?
A- The freedom of skateboarding, and having NO RULES.
Q- Describe your current set up.
A- Skull Skates Nomad Model, Tracker Six Tracks (Mags) Nicotine Danforth Pool
Wheels 62's Budweiser Beer.
Q- What was your most memorable session?
A- The Alva Team Photo Session when we killed the parking structure after the
photo, Fred Smith saved a guys life.
Q- What's your favorite move?
A- Frontside Rock N Roll In a pool W/ tons of vert.
Q- Do you think about the future?
A- The future of skateboarding has to look at the past, respect or die, thats it.
Q- Describe your definition of skateboarding.
A- Freedom to create your future, no rules just fun, that is it just fun.
Q- What is the craziest thing you have done (or seen done) on a skateboard?
A- 15 foot Acid drop in Nashville Tennennse, Contest in Ohio Did a 10 foot drop
that got more credit, but had more fun with the media around.
Q- Why keep skating?
A- I didn't start skateboarding to quit, so I never will. I might get older but the
memories will always be there, It would be like forgetting to breathe.
Q- What is your impression of skating in its current state?
A- FUCK BIG GUYS, BIG PROS, BIG VIDEOS, Have fun JACKASS. We had more
fun in the real days, eat my FUCK.
Q- Who is the greatest skateboarder of all time?
A- Tony Alva & every kid that bought a skateboard today.
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