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The Art of Sound
Get ready for the weekend with page 69 from The Complete Book of Snowboarding - as of 1990
Go to the X-Treme and make your coworkers look up to you
WHY YOU CAN DO A PENTACORK AND NO ONE FUCKING CARES
Today, however, those at the frontier of pushing the technical boundaries of snowboarding are riding at such an insanely high level that it’s essentially unattainable to all but a select few. Kids need gym time, airbags, coaches and a sprinkling of disco dust to even get close to pulling off some of today’s stunts, and as a result such riding is becoming – at best – something akin to that lunatic shit the Nitro Circus lot do, or at worst, a turn-off. To blatantly contradict this article’s title; yes, if someone were to pentacork a bunch of people would watch it, discuss it, and most certainly would fucking care (no doubt caring so hard that they’d feel implied to tell the world that they’d prefer to see a slow, backside 180), but unlike watching Johan Olofsson tweak till the bindings creak way overhead or Nicolas Müller painting lines in Alaska, there’s little chance of it making any Average Joe want to go snowboarding.
Severin Van Der Meer
Ben Ferguson is the Hope
Hints of the 4th Dimension Have Been Detected by Physicists
We ourselves as 3D objects cast a 2D shadow. A 4D object should then cast a 3D shadow. We can learn something about a 3D object by studying its shadow. So it stands to reason that we could also gain knowledge about a 4D object from its 3D shadow. Both teams in these experiments did something of that kind. They used lasers to catch a glimpse of the 4th dimension.
Radio, it was once a thing
Hans Haacke - White Wide Flow
The long game
Well, yes, that looks fun
Big Gulps Huh
Return of the slurpee wave, check Jonathan Nimerfroh's insta feed for more frosty rollers