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The "How To Prepare For A Session" Guide
By Choizy at 2007-03-10 20:49

Alright, it's been decided. You already called up your best skate buddies and you picked out the spots to check out. You get dressed and pick up your board. Just as soon you are about to leave for the door, you immediately think of some problems that might occur. “What if I injure myself?” Or “What if I get thirsty?” Well if you were thinking this. You should sit back down and read this guide before you start thrashing.

Ingredients To A Great Session

Here some things that you will need for you to have a smooth and fun skate session.

Skateboarding is like a drug.
By kristian at 2007-02-27 18:35

In the past week I have lost a friend to suicide, a teacher to heart failure, a fellow student to cancer, and have been through some rough situations. Yes, it may seem like I'm whining but we all go through times like this. The beauty of it is, I have something I can fall back on. Something that can ease my mind and bring me some joy. That "something" is my skateboard.

We all have a different thing to fall back on but my skateboard is what does it for me. Call me emo, call me cliche, but there's most definitly some of you out there that can relate to this. Just waking up, going to school and watching skate videos all day on an ipod video getting psyched for after school to go skate and then finally hearing that last bell ring is the best feeling in the world. You see, skating isn't like hockey, or football. There's no schedule or rules. There's no referee. Skating means something different to everybody and to me it means so much. It's almost like a drug. 

The joy of tobacco usage.
By shampoo at 2007-02-17 21:12

With the recent fluctuation in tobacco threads, I felt it a good chance to set the records straight and give some true, unbiased facts on cigarettes and chewing tobacco.


All of this delicious information can be read directly at


As a smoker myself, I too was shocked and a bit appalled by some of the shit that tobacco companies throw in cigarettes.  Check it out.  Big list, 599 ingredients, tons of unpronounceable junk.

Lakai MJ3 Ltd. Review
By Rasa Libre Revo... at 2007-02-17 15:24
A review for the:
Limited edition Marc Johnson 3 (Chocolate) from Lakai


Chocolate skateboards review
By sk8tingblind112 at 2007-01-22 20:08

Chocolate is a fairly well known skateboard company. They are a branch off of the better known company Girl. They have a stellar team, that has been threw a lot but are still throwing it down. First, let’s get to know the company before we jump into the review. The team is made up of Marc Johnson, Scott Johnston, Gino Iannuci, Chris Roberts, Devon Callaway, Chico Brenes, Kenny Anderson, Daniel Castillo, Anthony Pappalardo, and Justin Eldridge.

Chocolate Graphics tend to be very simple. They use contrasting colors, and simple patterns to catch an eye. Their graphics are always clear-cut, and non-vulgar, which can be hard to find. Either you are going to love the graphics, or hate them. It all just depends on what you’re into.

50 Second of Fame
By Tom-E at 2007-01-18 18:55

50 Seconds of Fame is a new section on Skateboard-City in which the best video submitted will be featured every Friday.

To create equal fighting grounds, every video must abide by these rules:
-Be uploaded using Youtube
-Be of yourself skateboarding
-Be exactly 50 seconds long

To Participate:
-Simply create a thread in the 50 Seconds of Fame forum . No one but you and the judges will be able to see and reply to this thread.
- Please clearly copy the link to the Youtube URL in the thread. It will automatically turn into a hyperlink.


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