True East

Part two of Ricky Oyola's Epicly Later'd is here. To make a name for yourself in a city no one cared about, in a time with no internet, says a lot. Now do it while staying honest to your roots, and it says a hell of a lot more. In this episode we learn the origins of the phrase "True East," which Zoo York still uses to this day. Ricky also explains the flow of Love Park, and how to follow the rules, which means no pushing switch mongo, or "piss-pedaling." That is...unless you're Mike Carroll.
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