If you're looking for pt 3 of my printer commentary - check back on Monday. The weekend is here, and that calls for weekend activities. Hence, 'Ol' Skate Clip of the Week,' where I find some old part any skater over 25 should know about & post it for our own enjoyment. Then use it to HATE on the new young guns. Awesome.
I picked this b/c not only was Kareem ahead of his time, but also I love that song...so much so that I have it's lyrics tattooed on my inner bicep. But really - this part definitely is from a time when skateboarding was all about being a poor street kid - not about winning 100k X game whatever they call it. Check you boy out - rockin' lines on handrails, big burly - and somehow still tech w/out being labeled in either category. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN KAREEM CAMPBELL & TODAYS SKATERS: Kareem was making tricks dope, not just doing the dope tricks. Kareem realized just cuz you can do some weird whirly bird shit on your board - doensn't mean you should. He just kept it real - dope tricks, grimey spots, slap 5 in the middle of a line - real skateboarding. And he had the best double company name ever: KSL. Kareem Still Livin' OR Kareem Stackin' Loot - come on people.