For episode 2, Tim drove his whole family straight from Arizona to Los Angeles so he could make it to Austyn Gillette’s house before he left to Coachella. Danny Garcia was there too, and the three former Habitat teammates talked about Street League, getting DUI’s on horseback and Brian Wenning losing his virginity.
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[4:30] Austyn Gillette’s Berlin sex story
[8:57] How Brian Wenning lost his virginity
[11:14] Danny Garcia gets a DUI
[18:00] Austyn’s fashion influences
[21:50] Danny Garcia’s music recommendations
[24:40] Suggestions for improving Street League
[28:39] Why Austyn Gillette left Habitat
[35:25] Austyn’s corporate sponsorship offers
[37:00] Quiksilver skate program stories
[39:00] Keith Hufnagel & HUF talk
[42:20] Alex Zaran: What kind of videos do you prefer, blockbuster videos like Plan B’s TRUE or indie ones like Shep Dawgs or A Happy Medium?
[44:51] Alex Zaran: Skateboarding is a lot more mainstream than it’s ever been. If you were a kid growing up with the skate industry as it is now, do you think you would have started skating?
[47:55] Jasmin Anis: Who has the best 360 flip, and who has the worst?
[51:24] David Lewis: “Have you ever lost a game of SKATE to Bam? Why did you kickflip the LOVE gap? Kerry had already done it like two years before you, so there was literally no reason.”
[53:23] David Lewis: “You’ve been known to double-flip. Who are some other people who have the license to double-flip?”
[54:56] Roberto Avalos: “Tim, what’s your stance on big corporate sponsors and their effect on the industry, seeing how you rode for Adidas and Nike?”
[57:46] John Hebert: “Dear Tim, the five-panel hat, high-water pants and weed socks have taken skateboarding by storm, what do you think will be the next required garment, or decade to emulate for a skateboarder to be considered cool amongst their peers?”
[58:29] Keegan Guizard: “Do you think it’s smart for a real talent in skating to go to college? Handfuls of dudes have done it: John Rattray, Walker Ryan, Mark Suciu, etc…”
[1:00:07] Diego Patrick: “What’s your advice to someone who sucks at skating but doesn’t want to live in the real world and get a boring job?”