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Have you ever gone skating on a BRIGHT SUNNY day Wellprobably not But oh well cause it really sucks cause its to hot Well anyway skating RULES not only is it fun but its challenging for me at least Another reason to skate is cause in this town its RISKEY and ADVENTUROUS if u want to call it that because its ILLEGAL so thats pretty much all the reasons I like it Others who dont skate seem to just like watching us cause of our AWSOME wrecks The skateboard has been revolutionized over the years It has had many changes which are very helpful and make the sport much more fun I do know that skateboarding commercially started around 1965 with the Roller Derby board I can also say that the old school skateboard was a crap load harder to work with then the modern day skateboard The Old school skateboard was VERY wide and only had a square tail The modern day board is not quite as wide and has a slanted nose and tail with curved ends The slanted nose helps with tricks suck as a NOLIE The newer designed boards also come with a curve that goes from side to side this is called concave this helps u keep your footing on the board old school boards did not have this wonderful addition The modern day board is MUCH lighter then the old school board which weighed a ton The social effect of skating is positive because it allows you to interact with others unless you skate alone which most people dont do Skating could have an educational effect I suppose if so it would be that it teaches you persistence and patience as well as disciplineSkating is not socially excepted if you skate you are automatically stereotyped as a bad kid People only think this because we are not provided with a legal place to skate therefor we skate at Car
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