MASON tries to explain the compulsion he has for extreme sports which resonates his love and passion for the intensity of the game.

MASON: I know, I know…you look at me like I’m a maniac.  Cause I am, I am a maniac.  I’m maniacal.  I am.


When you love something…so much…when you will go to the ends of the Earth for it, bleed for it, die for it…because you have to, you just have to…to others, you appear to be a lunatic because no one can fathom what makes you tick the way you tock.

Even you don’t know yourself but it’s this thing, inside of you, that you can’t shake, that you have to satisfy, this thirst, hunger, whatever you wish to call it…that, that’s what it’s all about man.


Joseph Arnone


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