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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 03-05-2010, 01:37 PM
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Whats good with rasta gear and snowboarding? are there any real rastas out there on the hills? holla back u bombaclots
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post #2 of 36 (permalink) Old 03-05-2010, 01:40 PM
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A snowboarding rasta? I imagined they'd dress like this:


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hahahahahah bigups bigups to all my rastafari jibbers
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as a Jamaican I always find the whole obsession with rasta culture offensive and annoying.
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as a Jamaican I always find the whole obsession with rasta culture offensive and annoying.
me too and im not even jamaican, i dont like corny kids that rock rasta flags just cuz they puff a little herb.
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Thumbs up I too suffer from Reggaemylitis

Haile Selassie was not THE Messiah! But.. the Rastafarian Movement has had profound affects on many elements of society.

Rasta colors - Red, Gold, and Green look rad together and are a popular symbol for those who puff and enjoy Reggae. When I add products to my website, I consider "rasta" to be a color scheme and list them as such.

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Haile Selassie was not THE Messiah! But.. the Rastafarian Movement has had profound affects on many elements of society.

Rasta colors - Red, Gold, and Green look rad together and are a popular symbol for those who puff and enjoy Reggae. When I add products to my website, I consider "rasta" to be a color scheme and list them as such.


what website? i can see how marketing rasta colors would be beneficial to a business cuz so many kids rock it.
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Here you go Sheeky:
Mostly skateboards, belts, beanies, etc...

On a side note about deadlocks and rasta; Most kids today who have dreads know nothing about rasta and it's true meanings. Here is some good info here: Rastafari movement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Here you go Sheeky:
Mostly skateboards, belts, beanies, etc...

On a side note about deadlocks and rasta; Most kids today who have dreads know nothing about rasta and it's true meanings. Here is some good info here: Rastafari movement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
thats pretty sick man. you just run a site? or do you own a shop too?
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thats pretty sick man. you just run a site? or do you own a shop too?
I'm a co-owner who is the IT guy and manager of our second store.
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