I totally got yelled at by the DJ for walking onto the roller rink with street shoes during the transition, and there were only about 10 people on the rink at the time… Yeah, I’m rebel Dottie. I saw some random Sure-grip International sales materials laying around the ghost-town pro-shop, as well as a Roller Bones poster. In the early 80’s the closest spot to see real skateboards for sale in some parts of Suburban Chicago was a roller skate shop. This advertisement for MyKidsDentistOnline.com hangs over the rink at Gresham Skate World. Nothing says free kid’s toothbrush with an asterisk quite like an anthropomorphized molar riding a skateboard! Sink your teeth into that awkward sentence.