Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Sure, she looks like the therapist from the Sopranos, but what is her stance on SKATEBOARDING?

Skatedaily posted this today. In the middle of a bunch of stuff about Republican VP nominee Palin, I saw this noteworthy tidbit of information:

From Politico -

* Palin Supported Penalties for Using Skateboards on Public or Private Property in Wasilla.
“Beginning Oct. 15 — after the expected opening of the $233,000 Wasilla Skate Park — skaters will be breaking the law if they use their skateboards, in-line skates, bicycles, scooters (or any other recreational, non-motorized wheeled device) on public or private property where signs are posted forbidding their use.”

The Frontiersman added, “In the ordinance approved Monday, the penalty for first-time violators of the ordinance is a written warning and the skate device may be confiscated for 10 calendar days. For a second offense, a $50 fine shall be paid and the skate device may be confiscated for 30 calendar days. A third-time offender will have to pay a $100 fine and will lose his or her skate device permanently.” [Frontiersman, 9/18/98]

You know what I think? We need to come together as a people and make politicans work for the SKATEBOARDER vote!

Also, don't expect me to get into politics on BusStop, I was just looking for an excuse to use that picture.


  1. hey thanks for the photo [compilation] cred... ;-)

  2. how is this any different from everywhere in America?

  3. I'm not saying it is or it isn't. I was just reposting with for the sake of using that image.


  4. Someone else posted a story on this besides you and Skatedaily.

    This person explains what makes the commentary special.