Ha Ha Fun Time is a NYC based skateboarding website. It showcases New York City skateboarding videos, photography, and cultural thought. It was founded on the avant-garde philosophies of urbanism that preferred the idea of quad-wheeled movement as opposed to bipedalism. Although it is not necessarily rooted in a strict Bobby Puleo idealogy, it does appreciate the idea of Marcel Duchamp esk appropriation of architecture (Frank Gehry shout out) into performance art (Abromovic what up). In some cases it does reference the technical prowress of Eric Koston or Marc Johnson, but not necessarily as amazing. More over the players here are focused on the finesse of a Gino Iannucci esk push instead of the gnartitude of a Nyjah Huston type rail hop. Some consider Jason Dill to be the epitome of New Yorker skating, but that is arguable. His ender in Alien Workshop Mindfield is really a pinnacle though. Or Mark Gonzales, but he just seems like a fun guy. But we have no where to skate now that the Brooklyn Banks are gone. All said, our biggest influence is obviously the Wu Tang Clan. Stay trippy.