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Quote: Originally Posted by triniboy27 ^^^^^ You do realize that you're responding to a comment made in 2002, right? Of course I do. I get to Toronto once per year, maybe. After noticing a number of silly, resuscitated threads on the forum, I put the number "1" in the URL, hoping to find the oldest living thread. Then I committed a very minor troll, hoping to spur fond remembrances and advance a wistful discussion about the before time-- ...
Is Le Chateau still around?
Quote: Originally Posted by PocketCircle If I lived in NY, I would be afraid of being watched by this and that SFer all the time. The other day I saw foo (or perhaps his doppleganger) in my building, in fact. And you can bet your ass that I am watching.
Quote: Originally Posted by thekunk07 i go to synergy, which has been nice enough to accommodate my requests for thick bars and trap bars and such. What's the difference between trap bar deadlifts and olympic bar deadlifts? I mean, I know what the difference is but what do the trap bar deadlifts do for someone?
Quote: Originally Posted by youngscientist If I understand him correctly he is talking about violent chavs, a special problem almost unique to the UK as far as I can tell, and you can be as confident as you like but the fact is if you walk past them and you are not wearing a tracksuit and trainers with your tracksuit tucked into your socks, or whatever their local uniform is you run the risk of attracting their attention. Short of setting fore...
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As the interest has been underwhelming, I have dropped prices. I will consider reasonable offers.
Closet cleaning continues. Below you will find: 1. A navy pinstripe Armani suit, 56R, $275 2. A brown-ish Canali sportcoat, 58R, $150 3. A grey striped Theory sportcoat, 46R, $60 4. A brown herringbone unconstructed Polo sportcoat, XL, $60 All prices include shipping to CONUS. None of this stuff is new, and I've tried to give honest descriptions of everything's condition. Nothing is soiled, but I don't guarantee that it's fresh-from-the-cleaners immaculate, either,...
Ha! Ezra Klein and Matt Yglesias as intellectuals. Anyway, the answer is Wolfgang Schivelbusch. Or Larry Summers.
Quote: Originally Posted by iammatt I think there are two points, really. Second, I would suggest that anybody claiming to be smart enough to actually know what is going on at any one of these big banks is too insane to listen to. They are very complicated, so while you can give flippant answers to inane questions, it is pretty damn hard to go much further than that. At least that is my opinion. Well, it's not too hard to figure where the...
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