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Quote: Originally Posted by Fuuma We were assuming you weren't entirely ignorant of the topic you so eagerly brought into the fold, we were wrong. Trying to divert the topic to a picayune discussion of the philosophy of science = you lose. Sorry, better luck next time.
You were assuming that someone posting in this forum wasn't an asshole? Obviously, you aren't an empiricist.
Theorists propose theories. Empiricists use experiment and observation to test theories. This edition of Sesame Street was brought to you by the letter "D".
No. I am an empiricist.
Quote: Originally Posted by Fuuma Dude, you take a situation created by the current system and think it disproves another one, please... . Indeed, the most important limitation of empiricism is that it can only be used to evaluate ideas in the actual reality in which we live. In some alternate reality, perhaps anarchy might prove to work. As I live in this reality, however, I will prefer systems that work here.
As a center rightist and fully paid up foot soldier of the globalization agenda, I admit to having mixed feelings about the tactics of the Canadian government in dealing with these riots. On the one hand, its certainly the most sophisticated move. Inevitably, allowing extremists their full reign does more to discredit all leftists than any speech, editorial, or meeting ever could. Look, for example, how the violence in Athens just last month has put paid to the possibility...
In 1956, with Nick Adams and Natalie Wood on Skid Row.
There's a Tomorrowland on the ground floor (across from Starbucks) at the mall above the Sapporo JR station. There is a Beams and a Ships about a mile away on the other side of Odori Park, not far from the TV tower. Ships is preppy; Beams seems split between Italian stuff and workwear stuff. Tomorrowland is mostly generic upscale. There are a bunch of other shops in the mall above Tomorrowland.
Quote: Originally Posted by BBC Probably so, can't trust those interwar Germans How about these from 1936? (http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/f...postcount=1023) If nothing else, check out the flannel suit on the guy on the left in the first pic. This is the one you are looking for
Quote: Originally Posted by Parker I find the BBBF to be a little shorter (especially the sleeves) and squarer than the BB Slim Fit. The shoulders are narrower and the armholes are higher. For my body type, I prefer the BB Slim Fit. The materials and construction seem equal and I prefer the slightly longer collar roll. Also, not a fan of the weird round flap in the front shirt tail and the locker tag on the neck. I wouldn't mind a third back collar...
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