Emerica Outsiders Video

By: | Wednesday, September 7, 2011 //

Emerica’s got a new video up from their Outsiders tour through Europe with Andrew Reynolds, Spanky, Leo Romero, Bryan Herman, Brandon Westgate, Jerry Hsu, Eniz Fazliov, and some of Emerica’s other international riders.

By the looks of it, Emerica stormed through Scandinavia doing demos and stopping to skate street whenever they could along the way.

Leo, Westgate and Eniz hold it down the whole way through this 9 minute video.

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  • Abigail

    The peblorm with limiting discussion to those in the stakeholder group is this: all you get is selfish opinions constantly. Stakeholders generally do not care about anybody or anything outside their group. This is the case in PVP and PVE. We’ve PVE’ers hating the PVP’ers and vice-versa, and apparently no one is allowed to comment on the other unless they are qualified. Only that standard of qualification is determined by those being attacked, and they are not going to let anybody question their opinions. So they simply turn to things like gear or time spent raiding to shoot down a person’s argument.Everybody thinks they are the most important aspect of WoW. Solo’ers, PVP’ers, Arena’ers, PVE’ers, Raiders, the works. By limiting everything to only those qualified to speak on things, you’ll only increase bickering and bias. Humans are selfish. In addition, if you actually take this standard to its logical conclusion, absolutely none of us here are qualified to talk about how to fix things. We don’t work at Blizzard, we’ve none of the knowledge they do, we don’t know how much time, effort, energy, and cost it takes to develop things, etc. So why do we think we have the right to suggest how to fix things on anything? But we’re the customers! We’ve a right to speak on everything! We’re always right! I can’t believe how many people actually believe this mentality in their daily lives.A casual PVE’er that has experience in the MMORPG business and knows how things work in games is far more qualified to speak on any WoW issue presented to him, though he have blues and greens and a 1200 arena rating.All the Arena ratings and Boss loot you have only show one thing (assuming you got them honorably): you know how to play the game well. It does not mean for a second that you know anything about the game’s peblorms or the best method of fixing them.The point is this discussion shouldn’t be about gear or how much time you spend raiding or farming or theorycrafting or what not. If a person is truly unqualified to talk about these things, it will show in their easily flattened arguments. Make the discussion about discussion and ideas, not whether a person has Full S3 or Full Tier 6.