I was bored out of my mind last week, so I decided to attend my 20-year high school reunion. I don't know what I was thinking.
In this era of big-budget skate videos, Strobeck's lo-fi contributions are a breath of fresh air.
I'm not talking ironic hipster tattoos of bacon or Rambo; I'm talking praying hands pressed together holding a machete or an Uzi in preparation for a holy war.
Her fans must have been shocked to see her pop up in Inherent Vice, so I decided to call up the star of Dick Sauce to discuss how this new chapter in her life is going.
To put it into perspective, the average part is around three to five minutes.
A list of little-known tidbits 15 years in the making.
It's the product of a shot of breast milk and a long family friendship.
An interview with the seminal skateboard deck designer.
An interview with the merry pranksters of modern skating.
And he released a new video part this weekend.