- A magazine more STW than STW itself
Hi Jamie, good luck with the mag, it looks interesting; I may even be part of your demographic, although I’ve never paid more than around £80 for a pair of jeans, and those were Howies Crash Test Dummy denims. I’ve got an axe and a beard, though… 😉
I certainly remember you on the mag, we may even have met at some point, as I knew Justin Loretz pretty well, from when he worked in John’s Bikes.
And mbuk stories? I was so long ago I can’t remember too much, but anything to do with Warner always stressed me the hell out. He broke too much stuff all the time.
Yeah, I went to Vail in ’94 with Justin and a bunch of other riders, and went out drinking with Justin, Warner, and other members of the UK team. A certain red-headed female member of the team was keeping me entertained with stories about Warner… 😯Posted 4 years ago
Good to see there’s life after MBUK, I stopped reading it some time back, to save money, basically, but I miss Mint still.
What’s Justin up to these days, do you know?
Ime, you should fit right in.
Very posh people tend to be filthy too. 😀
Posh people and tramps.
However – I appear to have ruined a nice pair of Vans by washing them this week, which has made me sad.
You’ve had yours for years – tell me you chuck them in the washing machine now and then?Posted 4 years agoSpeederSubscriber
Having read a couple of JH era MBUKs BITD I was quite surprised to find Jamie a thoroughly nice & fairly normal chap when I met him on an event we did about 10 years ago. At a time he was, I think, working for Kerrang and I was surprised that he could easily chop from one to the other but I guess it makes sense if you have many differing interests. Makes sense of the method living too.
I like the idea for the mag and those article examples sound great – will be watching with interest. *
Good luck Jamie
* Unlikely to buy it much mind, sorry. I barely get time to read any of the 4 mags I subscribe to now.Posted 4 years agobikebouyMember
We have a Dress Down Friday policy here in Shiney Town and by the looks of most of the folks wearing jeans have either just been bought or are washed and pressed each week.. which is nice (as I’m sitting next to someone whose wearing a pair 😀 ) Then we have the cordroy wearing hobo’s who think they’re all “Landed Gentry” types who look like they’ve never washed anything or worn anything washed 😆 Then we have the Girlies… 😉Posted 4 years agofootflapsSubscriber
Just found a great quote in the Guardian comments, which reminded me of this thread:
What is wrong with young men in the 21st century?
Why, in my day a man was judged according to how many vices he could accumulate. It was great!
Although I read it as Bench vices…Posted 3 years ago
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