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- April 19, 2004
- Vol. 61
- No. 15
Chris Loarie's Skatestoppers Made Him a Success—as Well as Public Enemy No. 1 for Skateboarders
Loarie came up with the idea in 1998 after his brother Mike mentioned the mayhem skateboarders had caused outside a nearby church. Boarders have since sent him thousands of hate messages and even death threats. While Loarie finds the venom unnerving, skating guru Tony Hawk calls it misguided. "If he didn't [create] these, someone else would [have]," says Hawk. Then he adds, "But [they] aren't going to stop skaters."
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