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Old May 16th, 2011, 11:57 PM   #1
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Default All skaters should see

Hello all, I usually live in the quad section of the forum, but thought you folks would appreciate this. Very nicely done film about a real nice rink, I am sure some of you have been here, I have it on my bucket list after watching this. Enjoy.

http://vimeo.com/14852449

P.S. let it start, then pause it for a minute so it can load, can be choppy if not.

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Old May 18th, 2011, 02:45 AM   #2
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Default Pretty cool stuff..

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Hello all, I usually live in the quad section of the forum, but thought you folks would appreciate this. Very nicely done film about a real nice rink, I am sure some of you have been here, I have it on my bucket list after watching this. Enjoy.

http://vimeo.com/14852449

P.S. let it start, then pause it for a minute so it can load, can be choppy if not.


Pretty cool stuff.. I learned to skate dance at a rink that was just like Oak Park, the old Arcadia in Detroit. The while rink was basically one huge pipe organ. And when Bill Holleman (sic) was playing you would have to be totally sensory dead to not be able to keep time with the music, the whole building vibrated..

When ever I hear organ music it brings me back to those days, and learning to skate dance, that way, how fortunate I was!!!

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