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I'd need to see it up close, but I might wear the denim 3 piece from RL. Not as a 3 piece. And only if it was free.   Super cute kids all. And Timo, he does look a lot like you.
I'm going to go against all y'all's and say the square (given the absence of a tie) could be ok for a med school interview. An outfit doesn't exist in isolation, so a great deal rides on how consistent the square is with a personality interviewers may find appealing. If it works with how the interviewee carries himself, I can even see it as being advantageous. But if it doesn't, it'll backfire. So, it's risky.
My grandfather had 3 wives and 13 kids with a 23 year difference between the oldest (my mom) and youngest (I think he was in his late 40s when the last was born)
We'll start trying to have kids in 2019 or so. I'll be like 33, so a bit old to be a first time father. But my dad was 37 when I was born and 39 for my sister.
I don't want to lie to my future kids about Santa Claus and Christmas. I will; I don't want them to spoil it for other kids. But I really dislike the idea. There are enough wondrous things in life that actually do happen. This has bugged me for years.
Way different. The US Gov't is much weaker compared to state governments than SK's in terms of national vs regional. And if we were to merely look at government vs industry/corporation power dynamics, I'd say the US has more power than SK relative to their respective industries. Added to this, industry/corporation in South Korea is really dominated by 4-5 countries, whereas the power is spread more widely in the US.
At least Taiwan's government isn't held in a death grip by large corporations.
Unipair is now carrying an in house brand made in Japan. Alright looking and moderately priced. No idea about the quality.
Yasukuni. It was a big deal here too.
Yeah. To both countries. What's frustrating is the way in which conservative politicians in Japan treat that part of their history.   And in Seoul, of course, it's way overblown. For example, everyone here knows how Japan produced a history textbook that basically ignored anything Imperial Japan did to Korea and China. Nobody knows that that book sparked nationwide protests in Japan, that only two high schools in the entire country ended up using that book, and neither...
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