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Hello One and All.....Welcome to our new forum!

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When you're at a skateboard park, what's the first question you get from folks?

How high can you ollie?  
9%
  [ 2 ]  9%
 
Can I try your "old school" board?  
23%
  [ 5 ]  23%
 
How long have you been skateboarding?  
66%
  [ 14 ]  66%
 

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skategeezer
Posted: Wed Aug 04, 2004 8:33 am Reply with quote
Joined: 03 Jul 2003 Posts: 1227 Location: Toronto
so, if LODT cost say $35 million to make, they are going to throw another $30 to $35 million to market it....damn!

that's SEVEN TIMES what they spent marketing the documentary Dogtown...


Can you imagine how big concrete wave's empire would be if I had $35 million dollars to spend on producing magazines and books!!! now that we're talking how about a beer division?!

homer simpson, come on down!

but still, even it it only cost $20 million to make and they throw only $10 million into marketing it, that's a shitload of money!
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Guest
Posted: Wed Aug 04, 2004 9:22 am Reply with quote
First question is usually "got another beer?"
Hopefully A-2 Aaron won't see this he claims that's the first words out of my mouth every time we skate.
(this from Texas Brete, Howdy)
Guest
Posted: Wed Aug 04, 2004 4:36 pm Reply with quote
Speaking of LODT - is there any effort to have screenings for local scene's first or is it 100% hollywood? I've seen a few folks post on here than have had some involvement with the movie but wasn't sure if they were going to try and get the skate-community involved with their marketing effort...
Frey
Posted: Wed Jan 05, 2005 6:10 am Reply with quote
Joined: 10 Jul 2004 Posts: 17
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i cant wait to see what kind of jems surface on ebay once this movie is made public


slob-air wrote:
Person who can't log-in - Studios, sadly, tend to destroy their "props" -though I'm sure several peices will makes it out and onto the bay.


I think what the guy who couldn't log in was getting at is that someoone (anyone who doesn't know what they have could be worth something) sees something they've got in the movie and decide to make a quick buck.
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