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Zumiez: "Who are you riding and filming with this winter?"
Ted Borland: "I think I am going to be going with Think Thank crew as I have done the past couple of years, the Almanac crew. We are going to get in the van and drive all over the place, maybe get back over here to this wonderful continent."
Zumiez: "Will there be another Bone Zone?"
Ted Borland: "There will be another Bone Zone. Its about to be like our fifth or sixth Bone Zone though, it’s going to go down somewhere. Bone Zone will never die, it will always live on; even if it’s only in our hearts."
Zumiez: "How many times have you ridden the cat shaped Jamie Lynn board?"
Ted Borland: "Well, I got it the Second Holy Bowly that they did in Japan. I rode it for pretty much all of that, and maybe a couple special occasions here and there, but mainly just the other Holy Bowly in Park City, Utah last year. I rode it like the whole time. I think it's just fun, and to scratch that kitty’s ears, and Jamie art, what else could you ask for."
Zumiez: "Can we expect more edits this season from the Lunch Ramp Gang?"
Ted Borland: "Yeah I think so. There’s always cameras, the gang's always there, and as long as there is pizza the lifestyle of the Lunch Ramp Gang will live on."
Zumiez: "Is it hard to meet girls with the nickname of Ted Bundy?"
Ted Borland: "It can be tough. Especially in Utah, where this famed serial killer lived, but the nickname Big Smooth just really works out well. Luckily I don’t need to worry about it too much, but it can be a challenge."