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Doug Corbin 92099 ENC 1101 Core One Essay Skater Die or Lost in Boston Thump thump thump thump thump thump rattled through my head like the beating of a Native American drum as the car charted across the highway 93 bridge into Boston I was with three of my friends who lived in Massachusetts We entered the city The buildings were so huge they were hypnotic all I could do was stare in awe at the mighty achievements This is gonna be dope Ive been waiting all summer to skate Boston I said I hope we dont get pinched I heard the cops in Boston didnt especially care for skateboarders I heard plenty of stories about kids getting arrested andor getting their boards taken away neither of those sounded like much fun to me Where do I park said Adam who was driving A symphonic I dont know came from the three of us Luckily it was about 8 o clock on a Tuesday night so the traffic was only awful After about thirty minutes of looking we finally found a parking spot We began skating to the financial district As we rolled up to the first stop we were advised to leave by a lowly security guard So we headed up the block to a gargantuan building with marble ledges glimmering everywhere I felt like a kid in a candy store We wasted no time assaulting the ledges because we knew we could be kicked out at any moment The sound of clicking clacking and grinding filled the midsummer nights air as if it was in Bose Surround Sound Like four sharks lost in a feeding frenzy we were racing this way and that but constantly on the look out for cops I was surprised at how long we skated there It was a good twenty minutes before another security guard informed us that we werent allowed to skate there
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