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- Ride on a skateboard
- a board with wheels that is ridden in a standing or crouching position and propelled by foot
- ride on a flat board with rollers attached to the bottom
- start to burn with a bright flame; "The coal in the BBQ grill finally lit up"
- clear up: become clear; "The sky cleared after the storm"
- A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground
- Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events
- (wheel) a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)
- A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine
- (wheel) change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"
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THE LONG BEACH BABYSITTERS CLUB (Story)
(Not Geoff-Photo Reenactment)
Long Beach is mostly quiet at the ungodly hour of 4 in the morning.
The sounds of a skateboard’s wheels announcing its imminent arrival from somewhere down the street breaks up the silence. A siren wailing in the distance seems almost soothing, replicating in my mind, the sound of lonesome whistles of the trains that would stir my imagination of far away places from where I lay as a boy in my childhood bed. A homeless man crisply turns the pages of a newspaper as he reads by the light put out from the windows of Denny’s. I wonder if the homeless keep a schedule that tells them when it’s appropriate to begin the day’s solicitations since this one doesn’t ask for money as I exit the restaurant on Long Beach Blvd.
Or, maybe he’s not homeless, as I’ve assumed. There are, after all, other reasons to be out at this time of night.
I’ve just come from the police station where I tried unsuccessfully to bail a friend out of the pokey.
It seems as if I’ve been immersed in cops all day long, either peripherally or directly, like it was the eighth plague of Egypt come to pay me a personal visit.
I’ll tell you right now that I don’t much care for cops.
They make me feel powerless and I develop a condition akin to Stockholm syndrome, even going so far as to thank them for taking the time to write me a traffic ticket.
But when I see cops in action I’m drawn in like a badge bunny to a Luau.
Such is the case when I witnessed the piece of street theatre going down earlier that day on First Street outside Wa-Wa Restaurant in the East Village.
As I walked up I could hear the man incredulously pleading his case to the cops who were arresting him.
“You’re taking me to jail? I didn’t do anything!”
Then he addressed the woman sitting on the curb. “Baby! Tell them I didn’t do anything!”
In a long, sarcastic drawl the woman said, “What am I supposed to do? Get an AK47?”
Ignoring her sarcasm he again insisted, “But I didn’t do anything!”
“Just man-up, Larry”, she said, seeming to flaunt the lack of restraints on her own wrists by examining the polish on her nails as she spoke.
Suddenly, Larry thrust his head up from the hood of the police car and in a staccato outburst, he screamed: “I’LLBEOUTOFHERESOON!”
Unconcerned, she replied, “It’s called the Long Beach Police Department, Larry, not the Long Beach Baby Sitters Club.”
Chuckling to myself I kept walking, blissfully unaware that in a matter of a few short hours I would be starring in a similar version of the time-honored classic I had just been enjoying.
My friend, we’ll call him Geoff, accompanied me that night to the State of the Downtown address at The Laugh Factory. I was there to shoot photos for various news outlets. Geoff apparently was there to get shitface drunk.
I took my photos and Geoff drank his drinks and everything seemed to be fine.
After the event was over and the place started clearing out I went to find my friend. He was nowhere in sight. I looked outside. I looked in the restroom. I went back outside and then back into the club. Nothing. By this time the audience for the comedian who was performing that night was being let into the club and the place was beginning to fill up again. I decided to have one more look outside and if I didn’t find him, head home by myself.
I looked over by where we had parked our bikes and saw a police car. That can’t be him, I thought as I began walking over. But, of course, it was. Geoff was in cuffs with a panicked look on his face. Deciding to take my assigned role of “woman on curb” in a different direction I determined to do what I could to help my buddy out of the mess he had gotten himself into. I approached the cop and asked what was going on.
“We got a complaint that he was drunk and urinating in public.”
Shit, Geoff, you’re not making this easy for me, I thought.
“I’m his friend, officer”, I said. “He came with me to photograph the event. Can I just take him home?”
“He’s with you?” The cop said.
“Yeah. Sorry about this. I’ll take care of him and make sure he gets home.”
Unbelievably, this tact was working and it began to look as if I had found the one sympathetic cop in all of Long Beach.
Then his partner walked over and I immediately realized my error. What I had mistaken for sympathy was actually the opening volley of that favorite pastime of law enforcement everywhere: Good Cop, Bad Cop.
“This is his friend. He wants to take him home” Officer Good Cop said.
“He’s going to jail.” Officer Bad Cop replied.
“I can take care of him.” I said.
Being an actor with limited lines, Officer Bad Cop simply repeated, “He’s spending tonight in jail.”
At this point my friend found his place in the script and said, “But I didn’t do anything!”
Officer Bad Cop: “You’re going to jail.”
Geoff: (nodding to his bag on the sidewalk) “Thom, take my bag with you!”
Officer Bad Cop: “The bag is coming with us.”
Geoff: “It’s not my bag, it’s his bag!”
Officer Bad Cop: “The bag was with you a
176/365 All Decked Out
I found a nice chilled out board shop in Manly where they did not laugh at me and picked out my beautiful Sector Nine board. Its not shaped like a trick board but has a ducktail like end so I can still pop the front up. Its more like a longboard but not ridiculously big for me to haul around.
The guy was really nice and kind of explained why the other guys might have been jerks to me. He said the younger kids (under 20s) have their whole cool identity wrapped up in skateboarding and the idea of me crashing that crowd is pretty offensive to them. But the older guys (20 and up) have either grown out of it or they are from a different skateboarding generation that thinks it is just a fun activity and everybody wants to have fun.
He showed me how to stand and I went home to practice just walking and then rolling with it. I know that I am on a perfectly smooth wooden floor at my house and that it will take a lot more time to ride the street, but it wasn't bad at all! I haven't fallen over yet and I can even lean and turn a little. I can surf a longboard, but I wasn't sure it would transfer, but it's lookin good!
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