Five-hundred years ago Nostradamus predicted that in the summer of Year 2000 a juggernaut by the name of Peter Line would hurl himself into the outer limits of space without the air of fire, horses, or catapults. And upon his return to Earth, Peter would be celebrated for the first time on the cover of TransWorld SNOWboarding. The cutting down of millions of trees to make the magazine, however, would spark a giant battle between one-eyed panda bears and right tailed lemurs, thus disrupting the Earth’s polarity and causing it to veer off course of its orbit and plummet into the black cold void “coined space.” Damn doomsday profits.

Mar 2001 Issue 14.7

255 Pages

Five-hundred years ago Nostradamus predicted that in the summer of Year 2000 a juggernaut by the name of Peter Line would hurl himself into the outer limits of space without the air of fire, horses, or catapults.  And upon his return to Earth, Peter would be celebrated for the first time on the cover of TransWorld SNOWboarding. The cutting down of millions of trees to make the magazine, however, would spark a giant battle between one-eyed panda bears and right tailed lemurs, thus disrupting the Earth’s polarity and causing it to veer off course of its orbit and plummet into the black cold void “coined space.” Damn doomsday profits. PHOTO Cintia Schutt

Issue highlights:

 

  • National Legume’s European Vacation
  • South America
  • Defining Tara Dakides
  • D.C.P.
  • Make Basich
  • Wallpaper
  • Check Outs- Mike Page, Shenandoah Sampson, Stephen Tyler Duke, Spencer Forbes