REMINISCE: JARED/ 2006 ALL DAY AD

When was the photo for the ad taken?
Like 2005. (June 23, to be exact, and the ad ran in Dig Issue #51:)

That was your second Animal ad?
Yeah.

What was going on in your life?
Just graduated high school. (Laughs) I actually remember that day; I had just gotten back from the beach. I met up with Chris Reyes and everybody, and went and filmed that with Bob. George D. was playing a show in New Brunswick, and went straight to that after.

I remember the show was in some basement, near the grease trucks.
Yeah. I just remembered now.

Footage from later that evening, in All Day.

How many tries did it take?
I remember it wasn’t that many. It was in a line, probably like five tries?

Round rail feebles don’t seem to be a common trick for you.
I don’t really do many rail feebles in general.  It’s my least favorite trick to do on a rail; it’s pretty sketchy. I feel more comfortable doing them switch on rails for some reason. That one seemed to work out pretty good.

How many have you done?
I don’t know; like two? Not many.

It was on the infamous black rail.  What number trick was that for you on it?
I have no idea. That was five years deep into grinding that rail. It was my first rail. It was in the old footage section in Can I Eat?; I grinded it on a Hoffman Taj with Love Handles.  I came at it on a ninety-degree angle; it was pretty weird.

Do you miss the rail from when before it was knobbed?
The rail is still good, I miss being able to land tricks on it; the last seven times I’ve tried stuff I wasn’t successful! So F the black rail!

How often do you hit it up now?
I actually haven’t ridden it in like a year; I’m actually trying to go there in the next few weeks.

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Jared’s part in All Day.

Anything else you want to add?
It was during the filming of All Day, so it was a good time. Just chilling all summer, riding, filming that. It was around the same time filming for the Rodeo Peanut video. It was right before I cut my dreads off. (Laughs)

Rodeo Peanut Pu Pu Platter.

Are you ever going to grow back the dreads?
Definitely not.  I have nightmares that I’ve grown them back, then I wake up and I’m just glad I don’t have them. (Laughs)