Tuesday, November 29, 2011


We hope Dave "D-Tron" Thomas had a good birthday!

Monday, November 28, 2011


For some much needed bro time Guy, Bobby, and I headed to the good ol' parking garage yellow ledge. Oh that smooth yellow ledge, just as fun as the last time we skated it. -Worful

Thursday, November 24, 2011


Hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving! I was looking for a funny holiday related image to post, but instead here's a very Smurf-esque drawing of Guy farting on a skateboard that I doodled on a napkin recently. Enjoy! -Worful

Tuesday, November 22, 2011


This week, Chromeball Incident blogger Eric and former SLAP editor Mark Whiteley will be bouncing shiny little prose pieces off of each other. The topic is favorite skaters and what those skaters mean to them. Be forewarned that this is probably only relevant to those aged 30 and up, so set your old man radar accordingly.

Monday, November 21, 2011


Pros & Bros - Part 1 from Concrete Skateboarding on Vimeo.

Pros & Bros - Part 2 from Concrete Skateboarding on Vimeo.

Here's some footage of Randy and friends on the Pros & Bros Tour that he was on awhile back was on for Concrete Skateboarding magazine! Unrelated: boats and hoes.

Sunday, November 20, 2011


I've been on a binge hiatus recently (insert excuses here), but I finally had some time to edit the bits and pieces I've had lying around for the last couple of months. Here's hoping for a warm winter and a happy Black Friday Eve to everyone!


Friday, November 18, 2011


Well it was officially chilly last night. Thirty five degrees according to my car. Too cold for kickflips if you ask me. Never the less I met up with Gabe, Alex, and Sam at the Webster park. Gabe put me on flow and gave me some of his old shoes, thanks Gabe! And Alex did an homage to the back smith that Chris did awhile back. Doesn't anyone skate DOWN things anymore? Call me old fashioned. -Worful

Thursday, November 17, 2011


Speaking of partying, here's Danny who came to Pratte's party recently inexplicably dressed as Slick Rick. I must stress that no one else was in costume. This was NOT a costume party. His actions and motives remain a mystery. -Worful

Wednesday, November 16, 2011


Here's some shots from Randy's wedding reception weekend that H.L. took. Even though I was present I don't know what's going on in these after party dance pictures. Meanwhile I'm very sorry I missed the rap battle between Price and some random girl in a parking lot. -Worful

Monday, November 14, 2011


Happy birthday Drewser! We hope it's a good one.


To skate a real spot or not to skate a real spot, THAT is the question. But when it comes to skating with Bobby and David the answer is usually "Doesn't matter!" This is because they can make a fun session out of any spot. Furthermore they challenge the very definition of what a spot is. Saturday was no exception and the skating got very conceptual and even borderline existential. We started by meeting Joel at Bobby's and lots of baby holding ensued. Then we checked out the bank across from the mall, however a very nice security lady gave us a very gentle boot. Bobby and I casually mentioned that we knew of a bank near a small body of water, and surprisingly we ended up skating there. The bank proved not to be exactly "awesome" to skate, so Bobby and David decided to forego the bank all together and concentrate instead on what seemed to be an impossible box to skate. But skate it they did. When we were leaving I noticed that my back left tire was looking very low and Bobby spotted a nail in the top of it ("Nailed it!" -Bobby or David, I can't remember). And as soon as I popped the trunk Bobby, David, and Joel went to work like my own personal pit crew! Next up we non-spot searched in Maplewood and came across a bank and a wall with very narrow ledges to stall on. Bobby somehow managed to stall on it without breaking his toes, and Joel somehow managed to "get in the chunk" as Bobby described it. Meanwhile David dropped the heck out of it. Guy met up with us in full crusade regalia and a few blocks away he took advantage of a nice yellow curb. Finally, our last non-spot of the day, Guy had been talking about wanting to skate a flat bar. Well, we sort of found one. But the weird foam ground at this abandoned playground was more interesting. Somehow David managed to ollie a gap on it. Also him and Bobby got their buddy bar on. The next day we changed things up by skating a couple "real" spots, which were also fun. Anyway it was great to see you David! Come back soon. Also get back to me about the business venture we discussed, spotornot.com. -Worful

P.S. From help with my tire to all the people who made it out to my photo show Friday night, thanks so much you guys! I've really lucked out in the friend department, I really appreciate it.

Friday, November 11, 2011


Tall Down There from kyle beachy on Vimeo.

Hey everyone, looks like we're going to have to find somewhere else to have our ritual tonight. Oh well. In other news, Kyle made this cool video, the video you've all been waiting for. Enjoy!

Thursday, November 10, 2011


Maybe Worf is a little too bashful to toot his own horn here but i'll happily toot it for him. He has a photo show tomorrow displaying his photos from a trip to China we took many moons ago. I've never had full nude shots of me shown before, but hell, theres a first time for everything! See you there! Toot toot!


Check out Sublette and company skating a park very well!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011


If you're on Facebook and you think Chesterfield should have a skatepark please "like" this page!


There's a bunch of photos and videos from Matt "The Price Is Right" Price over on The Skateboard Mag's site documenting the trip he went on with Randy to Australia not too long ago, check it out!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011


Joel's band The Tender Tribe is playing a show tomorrow night. Please stop by if you can, they're great! It's at 9:30pm at The Way Out Club. Also here's a video Jake Pratte made for one of their songs!


I headed downtown with some guys on Sunday. We checked out a cool manual (and possible ledge) spot near the stadium. Then we stopped by the Occupy St. Louis movement at Kiener Plaza. I met a very nice guy who used to be in the Air Force who was telling me how he ended up protesting there. He also was very acrobatic. From there we skated to that wallride garage spot and everyone killed it. -Worful

P.S. We didn't skate when we were at Kiener, but the protesters didn't seem to mind if we did. But please be respectful if you do skate there.