• Wolverines Pump Squad Escort Pro Player Pep Escutia @ NorCal vs SoCal Big Game

  • Video: First Time playing the Win bunker

    First Time playing the Win bunker.
    Using my CCM 6.5 Pump

    Tempered Glass Lens Protectors found on Amazon. Click image for link to product.

    1v1 @ West Coast Adventure Park on 5 30 16
    At West Coast Adventure Park. Using GoPro Session (http://amzn.to/1WtzMFk) with a mask mount.

    Still haven’t been shot in the lens but using a tempered glass lens protector (http://amzn.to/25t1gfR).

    First time using the mask mount. Thinking about what I can do to reduce shakeyness.

  • Player Profile: Leon King from Painting the World

    paint the world for apwlLeon King

    from Painting the World (PTW)

    My opinion is that our sport is growing.

    I also believe that bigger companies should give back more to the kids and those who can’t really afford to play. Focusing only on the “pros” is not going to get this sport anywhere because once the pro players are done, who is going to continue our paintball legacy?

    I have seen a lot of kids that want to play but don’t have the means to, which is why I started Painting The World (PTW). My goal with PTW is to grow paintball for the next generation and also help others. I target at risk kids so I can take them off the streets and show them something better. We hook them up with donated gear and take them to the field and play with them and visit their fields if they are out of state.

    What makes paintball fun for me is the family of brothers and sisters you find in the sport. I believe if we all helped each other to help others we would take the sport to places it’s never been.

  • Third Party Builders: Interview with Mimi Soltysik

    mimi soltysik telling cops whatsup

    Mimi Soltysik

    Socialist Party USA Presidential Candidate





    How did you first get politicized? Radicalized? Active?

    It’s been a long process, man.

    I went through a lot of trouble, enough substance abuse to damage my health, and ultimately, I hit rock bottom.

    I was at a point in my early-thirties where I realized that I didn’t feel like I knew how to learn anymore. It was surreal.

    I had vague memories of being a small child, feeling hopeful about life. But damn, if there was a mistake to make, I was going to make it.

    So, I suppose I had a choice to make. I chose to clear my head and figure out what I was here for. I had a lot of catching up to do, I felt.

    Starting in my community, in Los Angeles, I started to connect with folks, hearing their stories.

    A few of us started to organize things like bicycle drives for children in South L.A., and clothing drives for survivors of human trafficking. The more we dove into that kind of work, the more it became apparent to me that, while the organizations were engaged in much-needed work, these cycles of oppression weren’t going to break with topical measures.

    Remember, at this point, I hadn’t begun to dig into socialism, so I’m sort of figuring this stuff out without really knowing much about systems, causes, etc. But, eventually, I got to that place. And once I got there, I really dove in.

    Life moves by so fast, man.


    Damn thanks for sharing that… Did music play any roles in this for you? I think I’ve seen a few things from you and interviews about you mentioning music as a key influence in your personal/political development?

    I’m not sure it played a role in my political development, although I suppose all of our experiences contribute to who we are.

    It was certainly an escape for me, like trying to reach another world where everything was going to be okay.

    But, I’d be lying if I said that my definition at the time of “okay” wasn’t misguided and somewhat fucked up.


    What was your definition of okay then, and whats it now?

    “Okay” at the time mostly meant not being able to feel and not being held to account for much of anything. “Okay” today? Revolution.


    I asked Mimi for his favorite song so that I could embed it into this interview.

    Mimi chose “Masked Laughter” by dälek.


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