Days in the east bay run the gamut from a mellow session with the close homies, to something that can only be likened to an 18 wheeler crash on the highway. I don't mean the chaos and destruction - well, sometimes - but mostly just the inevitable pile-up that takes place right after. Once people start showing up, there's no stopping it. I've always loved rolling with a big crew because the feeling of real community is strongest then. It can get hectic, but the madness is part of the fun.
D slides a backwood for some gravy
We all love ya, Major
Joenathan Perez knows fun, and proves it with a wallie crook back 180
Mr. Crabs - switch heel 5-0 in a line
Nick Frink - Cannonball