skate for pedro

long lost sk8er bros.
The SFP team are: William Gardner, Harold Hall-Roberts, Jack Gardner, George Marshall, Roland Hall-Roberts, James Sheppy, Joseph White & Harrison (camera-man) HOVER HERE

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SKATE FOR PEDRO IS THE SHIT. EVESHAM. SKATE OR DIE. SMOKE EAT SK8 FUCK YEAH CUS SFP. 

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Just took this Danger pic on Webcam Toy

samandriel:

rectalragnarock:

when people say they love the deep sea i’m always like ” are you sure” because of these:

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you know what that last one is?

that’s a fucking turtle 

if a turtle can fuck your shit up anything can 

Damn nature u scary

get away from the sun

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NEW SFP VIDS WILL BE ON THE INTERNET SOON MAYBE 

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bongs of the dead 
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acehotel:

A lot of people think places like Detroit and Memphis are lost — that the radical openness and innocence and obsessiveness that flourished there can’t exist next to the internet, MP3s and — well, and crack. In 1960s Detroit, you could walk from the Brewster-Douglass Projects to Fortune and cut a record after school. Wendy Rene cruised in the door at Stax in 1964 and just sang a song that changed everything. In some ways, the internet and the digitization of music have allowed this same level access, but most of us will agree there’s some soul lost there… Why are real records important in this light? What likeness does holding a 45 bear to holding a real book? Why does it matter to touch and smell and hear something real?
Jack White is a crooner, a picker, an upholsterer, co-founder of Third Man Records and 2013’s Official Record Store Day Ambassador. In honor of the occasion, we’re hosting Third Man in Palm Springs at Ace Hotel & Swim Club during Desert Gold — they’re popping-up in the Clubhouse with the one and only currently functioning record shop in Palm Springs. It matters a lot to us. Third Man is really good at this shit. We can’t explain the ineffable importance of vinyl, of paper and ink, and of real people instead of Twitter handles. But come hang out with us today and we can just not explain it together. Bring your record bag.

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