Information was usually gained either by first-hand knowledge or second-hand knowledge. Most of the time second-hand info always led to shitty directions and /or wrong dimension size or surface texture. These are the kinds of things that really matter to a passionate poolskater who wants and needs to know the important details to be successful at such sabotage. First-hand intell was considered to be great because it offered pictures and/or video showing shapes, trannies, and obstacles and was generally regarded as the only way to gain the troops' confidence in planning successful poolraids on unsuspecting victims.
It's Important to Know Specifics
- So Always ask.
So if you're quiet the dog won't hear you for the 10 minutes (this is the time it takes to drain and dry). If and when do start skating you'll have at least 10 more minutes to skate and destroy. The fact of the matter is you don't wanna get caught. It's this type of intell that's kept poolriding, the bastard son of skateboarding, alive and kicking all these years.