Sunday, June 27, 2010

This was Darren’s career plan…
1.       Master the most dangerous element of snowboarding
2.       Set a world record that won’t been beaten for over 10 years
3.       Sit back and let the fame start and the money roll in

Unfortunately for Darren, things didn’t quite work out according to plan. He managed to do the hard work and achieve points 1 & 2, however point 3 has been a significantly more evasive. In 1999 he became the fastest man to ever strap on a snowboard, but over ten years later pretty much no one has ever heard of the guy. Here’s the reason why…

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

1. Paris Hilton
Famous for being in: The Simple Life, House of Wax, a sex tape, jail.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

aka: Judging a book by its cover III

It’s our third book review and we’ve now used the weak ‘Judging a book by its cover’ pun two more times than we hoped to, but if there’s one thing we’ve found out about snowboard books it’s that the key to them is in the cover. And ‘The Way of the Snowboarder’ by Rob Reed doesn’t disappoint because this book has the shiniest cover I’ve ever seen. Its mesmerising sheen is simply awesome. If you want the most reflective coffee book possible on the subject of snowboarding then read no further because here it is…
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