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THE ART OF WAR -

Sun Tzu's The Art of War, originally intended as a how-to guide for military strategy, is at least 2,500 years old. Nowadays, it's mostly known as the one book that macho businessmen love to brag about reading. But it also just might be the best tool for gaining the advantage in a game of SKATE. 

If P-Rod had followed a few of Sun Tzu's principles, could he have kept history from repeating itself last week against General Cookie's advancing forces? The only thing that's certain is the true identity of P-Rod's ultimate foe that taunts him at every full rotation—the backside 360 kickflip.

THE ART OF WAR -

THE ART OF WAR

May 17, 2017

Sun Tzu's The Art of War, originally intended as a how-to guide for military strategy, is at least 2,500 years old. Nowadays, it's mostly known as the one book that macho businessmen love to brag about reading. But it also just might be the best tool for gaining the advantage in a game of SKATE. 

If P-Rod had followed a few of Sun Tzu's principles, could he have kept history from repeating itself last week against General Cookie's advancing forces? The only thing that's certain is the true identity of P-Rod's ultimate foe that taunts him at every full rotation—the backside 360 kickflip.

Rewatch Paul's match versus Cookie here!