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Ryan Block
September 29, 2005
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Usually co-branding-to-the-extreme for a major skater results in some decks or shoes or shirts or some such nonsense, but oh no, not when you're Tony Hawk. When you're Tony Hawk it results in a series of video games and even a line of $100 head-mounted cameras, which function nicely in helping you remember the last 32MB worth of video (40 minutes, in this case) of your sesh before you ate it and had a fight with a curb that resulted in some serious unconsciousness. But before you get your dreams of glory churning, do realize that shot you took while grinding was only recorded at fifteen frames per second to save space—perhaps you should invest that $100 in an insurance plan, instead?

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