Published on August 24, 2018 by
  • TransWorld Skate

Ted can finally can skate again. And because of it, he’s been loving all the clips he’s been getting. Does his bitterness have to do with the fact that he hasn’t been able to skate? Does it piss you off when he describes his mediocre backside tailslides and compares them actual “good”skating. Consider yourself lucky! Ted is back. Press play.

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