It’s common knowledge among skateboarders that “Shane O’Neill” is not human. We all know this. What is not common though, is getting a behind the scenes glance of him programming up at Street League. Here is very rare footage of the cyborg himself, updating ram and calibrating his tricks to the Chicago stop course.
You can see by the way he approaches the obstacles and his emotionless face that processing speed has been increased and he is potentially even running on the new Theta6™ operating system. Nike & Monster Energy have been secretly pumping a lot of money into this little piece of technology, so best watch this video before it gets taken down and terminated by the powers that be.
July 17, 2014 8:46 pm
SLs is full of robots. 2015 human life ends. calling it now.
July 17, 2014 10:21 pm
I’m sorry dave, I’m afraid i can’t do that.
July 18, 2014 12:26 pm
i originally never liked shane oneill’s skating at all… extremely boring regardless of how difficult the tricks are.
over time, he’s made his tricks look way stronger though, and left p-rod as the reigning champion of boring.
loved what he said about cepeda’s wack style in a polite way, saying he wanted to pop his tricks instead of skip everything on the ground. i wonder how his shit will look in a few years.
that BATB7 nollie 360 flip can’t be fucked with, ever.
July 19, 2014 11:52 pm
Wack style is what you say when you get rekt at flatground