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It's convenient to blame Disney's ESPN X-Games, Big Brother Magazine, The Industry, scooters, skateboarders, whatever happened to? Old Pro's pointlessly publicized "OMG used to be a rollerblader!!!" artfgt rebirth, Michelob Ultra, or the Human Giant Sketch. But all they've ever been are distracting, mildly depressing externalities: easy excuses. Blaming childhood heroes or "skateboarding" for Barely Death is much simpler and makes everyone feel better.
In reality, the descent has been a slow one, guided by internal failure on the smallest scale imaginable.
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Net profit for a typical VOD project can be expressed as:
(Total Paying Customers * Download Price) - Expenses
Expenses might include everything from payment processor and distribution overhead1 (as much as a staggering twenty percent of gross or more), Superbus tickets, Happy Meals, jean-print tights, ironic haircuts, fisheye lenses, Gulfwax, du rags, Ibuprofen, sunglasses, forties, etc.
It's fair to place a hard upper limit on the current number of potential paying Aggroblading video viewing customers somewhere around 5,000. Figures provided for recent superstar ...
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How much would it cost to buy aggressive inline skating?
Yes, all of it. Every single active company and brand.
Let's look at Rollerblade's estimated 2008 operating revenue: $20M US. 2008 was a rocky year in finance and a long time ago, but aggressive rollerblading has gone downhill in participation terms since then, so this seems like a fair starting point.
Extrapolate from this that aggressive sales represent no more than 15% of total income, but probably closer to 8% or $1.6M. Rollerblade have the best recognition and ...