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SKATE AND ANNOY
Vol. 2 No. 2, $3, 5½ x 6½, 54 pgs.

By Josh
Monday, June 04 2007


As you can probably tell by the title, this is a skateboarding-related zine. The thing that makes it stand out, though, is that it’s put together by people who are really emotionally invested in it. As with any subculture, there’s the people on one level who have a passing interest in it because it’s cool, and then there’s the people with a deeper love for it. A good analogy for punk rock would be Warped Tour versus basement shows, and Skate and Annoy is a perfect antidote to advertising-driven skateboarding mags that are marketed towards the people who eat up the Tony Hawk video games. Even if you have no interest in skating, this is still a great read because it’s done by people who have been skating since before Hollywood made another Dogtown movie and will still be skating when Gilbert Godfried is hosting the new Dogtown movie at two in the morning on the USA Network. –Josh (3439 NE Sandy Blvd, PMB #666, Portland, OR 97232)






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