ONE Staff / December 17th, 2007 / Uncategorized
VIDEO: Dan Leifeld ONE YouTube edit

Hollywood Mike Miranda, aka Dan Liefeld (yes, the guy on the Vibralux t-shirt), got inspired by his ONE magazines and made this edit using issues he’d doodled on. It’s been online for a couple months but, since we figured most of you missed it, here it is. Enjoy.

Discussion / VIDEO: Dan Leifeld ONE YouTube edit

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  • Mark - December 17th, 2007

    I’m really not feeling the doodle on the Skatepile ad. Draw that if you want, but there’s no need to broadcast it. It’s pretty disrespectful.

  • Dan Frank - December 27th, 2007

    All a matter of opinions, and letters moved about, Leifeld. Thanks for posting this.

  • Dan Frank - December 27th, 2007

    Mark, if you felt it was disrespectful to Erin Hyser, then you’re right, if you thought it was disrespectful in general, thats fine as well. Erin wrote spiteful emails to Be-mag regarding a Superhick article I had written that she found offensive towards the competition, and what I felt was unfair judging. There were a series of emails back and forth, and opinions will always remain true to the owners… Limiting free speech is senseless, to do it in blading is ridiculous. If you found this offensive Mark then I apologize to you, and anyone else and I implore you to avoid my Blade Blog on youtube with all your might, because chances are if you don’t have humor or toleration, you won’t be having that either.

  • Mark - January 8th, 2008

    Yes, I did feel it was disrespectful to her. Her emails may have been spiteful, but take in to consideration that Skatepile was doing all it could to remain in business at that time, and Superhick is an extension of the company. Any perceived negative comments towards Skatepile could do further damage to the business, and perception can be a mofo. I understand your frustration regarding protecting what you had written, but I also understand her feelings about a business that she and others put so much time, effort, and money in to, and also her desire to protect it. Skatepile lives on because of Tom and Erin’s persistence.

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