Links for 5/9/20

The First Wave in Bali: An Unexpected Tale of Infidelity, Adventure, and Entrepreneurism


 

Tales of love and loss: people from Oceania share their ‘extinction stories’


 

Carbon Pricing


 

Fluctus Splitters Trailer #1


 

The greatest electronic albums of the 1950s and 1960s


 

The Spillway, Victoria, Australia. The Ultimate Flex Machine (dir. Jason Cameron, 1975).


 

9’9 Chop OP at Lafitenia with Myles Doughman


 

Fifties Fun


 

www.brightonbeachsurfshop.com


 

“A Dance With Plants” – balmy Costa Rica


 

How The Surfaris Wrote Wipe Out


 

Time to ditch the harmful myth of the ‘noble’ hunter-gatherer


 

Kindheit auf St. Pauli Sechziger

Links for 2/14/20

Hop Podcast #14 Collecting Skateboards With Andrew Maunsell


 

Globalizing the War on Indigenous People: Bolsonaro and Modi


 

The Toxic Tide


 

www.surfboardhoard.com/category/longboards/


 

LA’s Vintage Diners, Then And Now


 

Trust our expertise or face catastrophe, Amazon peoples warn on environment


 

How to Fall Down the Anti-SJW Rabbit Hole


 

Vintage Skateboard 1960’s Collection Rare Grails Museum Quality


 

The best conservationists made our environment and can save it


 

Welcome to Hawaii’s ‘plastic beach’, one of the world’s dirtiest places


 

A Youth Without a Future? – Australian Teenage Life in 1949 – Flashbak


 

First human ancestors to leave Africa died out in Java, scientists say


 

This Small Group of Women Master Blenders Are Reviving the Rum Industry


 

Surfing – Devon (1968)


 

Spider Jazz


 

Crystal, October 2019 – Ben “Dicko” Dickens somewhere in Oz

Links for 11/29/19

Orville Peck: ‘I grew up feeling alienated – so I became a cowboy’


 

‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’: The Ongoing Saga of Pop’s Most Contentious Song


 

Joe Davies outta Jersey on a Nuuhiwa Noserider replica – David would be impressed


 

Bruce Welch


 

Sumatran rhinoceros now extinct in Malaysia, say zoologists


 

Uncontacted tribes


 

Poorly planned Amazon dam project ‘poses serious threat to life’


 

Is global warming real?


 

Teenage Werewolf


 

As Climate Crisis Threatens to Put More Homes ‘Literally Underwater,’ Study Warns Big Banks Offloading Risky Mortgages Onto Taxpayers


 

Black America saddles up to own its cowboy heritage

The Archivist: Foam Ball Satori

Nice interview at Surfersjournal.com

Quote:

PM: Well, when I came on the boat that first time it was kinda shitty. If it had been going off, yeah, that would have been it right there. But a good friend of mine used to surf it by boat, this guy Bill Hike from Northern Cal. He’s probably like the first guy who really surfed here. He used to have an old Indo fishing boat and go to G-Land and come over here. He had it dialed. He was really the pioneer here. There might have been guys before him that surfed it, but he was really the first guy who really was on it, who was consistently surfing here all the time.

LM: Does he ever surf here anymore?

PM: Man, he came a few years ago. He’s got a kid that surfs. But it’s kinda sad, you know. He gets here and it’s crowded and everybody’s dropping in on him and they don’t give a shit, you know.

Links for 4/12/18

Line 5 oil pipeline in Straits of Mackinac dented by ship


 

A stationary exercise bike that looks like an old school cruiser


 

Scary: British diver films deluge of plastic off Bali


 

Pineapple Thing


 

Arbor Skateboards :: Mtn. Pursuits – Blue Ridge Mountains – Josh Neuman

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Dispersants can turn oil spills into toxic mist, research shows


 

‘Unprecedented’ marine heatwave triggered huge carbon-dioxide release