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bummer on the knee man. the knee, always the knee. at least you can still cruise and have fun. thats all that really matters.

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DOC ... we are glad your here & you have earned the right to have a corner!! Most of us bros learned how to trash hotel rooms from your exploits

When are you gonna post some pics of the DOC deck & bike collection. Also bet ya got some Killer Indy stuff. Hope ya post some pics in the future! I know ya got some killer shit ... decks, bikes, hot wheels, etc

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I have a question for the DOC, excuse my ignorance, but are you really a Doctor?
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Definitely the doctor of old school style.

Rick, I have an old Skateboarder mag with your interview, but the cover is long gone. Do you remember the month and year? There`s a great pic taken by Cassimus of you riding a desert pipe on a solid oak board.

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DOC ... we are glad your here & you have earned the right to have a corner!! Most of us bros learned how to trash hotel rooms from your exploits

When are you gonna post some pics of the DOC deck & bike collection. Also bet ya got some Killer Indy stuff. Hope ya post some pics in the future! I know ya got some killer shit ... decks, bikes, hot wheels, etc


thanks dave, I appreciate the good words........hey man, do me a favor, dont post blairs board anymore. I just got off the phone with him, told him to check my new "corner", and the first thing he saw was the grail he had to let go. then he started bawling and carrying on about how sad it was to let it go. hearing a grown man cry is not a pretty thing.......hahaha. I told him, "hey man it looks like you lovingly massaged those wheels with armorall"........all he said in between whimpers was....."yep".......sorry blair, love you man. dave, you scored one fine deck my brother. hope you cherish it as much as slob did.
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I have a question for the DOC, excuse my ignorance, but are you really a Doctor?


yeah, I have a PHD in skateology. and I've been known to throw a few BA's in my time.

seriously, if you want to know the story on why they call me the doctor, pick up SKATEBOARDER MAGAZINE may 1979, vol.5 no.10. "in search of giant pipes" by sam fernando. [craig stecyk III]. he coined the phrase "the doctor". aparently due to my "intimate knowledge of herbs etc."
 it might be hard to find. I had been looking for this issue for over twenty years and thanks to dhorne and macsdaddy, I now have two. If I was more proficient at posting images and photo's I'd show you myself.

oh yeah, there was this other little thing that ran in thrasher mag for fourteen years called "ask the doctor". just doin' my part by putting bandaids on bullet wounds.
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Definitely the doctor of old school style.

Rick, I have an old Skateboarder mag with your interview, but the cover is long gone. Do you remember the month and year? There`s a great pic taken by Cassimus of you riding a desert pipe on a solid oak board.


thank you my brutha. that issue of skateboarder mag is from october 1978, vol. 5, no.3. ...that shot your talking about, "born to skate", pipe fakie right? yeah man, thats one of my favorite shots. [thanks jim].

I still have the cooper helmet. [next post]
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Thanks Dr.Blackhart, I vaguely remember that issue of Skateboarder for when I was a grom, but I mostly looked at the pics back then, didn't get too into reading the articles.


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after a recent session at the new SJ park...........he's my buddy.


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regardless of the jelousy trips some people have, tony hawk is one of the coolest dudes in skateboarding. gave me his board out of sheer respect. I love tony hawk.


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Dr. Blackhart, did you ever skate at Skate City in Whittier back when Lucero and Mountain worked there? I used to skate there quite often it was a great park with a killer clover bowl.
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nope. dont think I ever skated there, but I've been wrong before. [I know, hard to believe huh?]

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just for the hell of it..........1939 elgin [second owner]....SCHWEET!


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