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I finished Ga Rei: Zero today. I'm starting to realize that I can't go about binging some shows like this, AoT, Eva, etc. You lose so much of the experience by watching them back to back to back because you miss out on the emotions at play if you don't let yourself immerse and process. For example, thinking about how the Eva world functions and all the logistics behind a 5 minute angel fight adds a lot of depth to whatever the story is trying to say. But yeah, anime.
all my teams are injured or awful, and while I'm willing to stick it out, it's not the greatest viewing experience. particularly salty about Randle. Just need some college basketball to start up again because we're awful at CFB   - I watched the documentary Seamless today in my Asian Am studies class and I was surprised to see 2003 Cloak (though only Plokhov and not Geller was featured). I was supposed to be paying attention to Doo.Ri but I got kind of distracted in a...
looking at the options im so tempted. thanks for the list, DWW. for the hell of it, links + prices minus jp stuff: $233 william fox - http://www.present-london.com/william-fox-and-sons/$250 drakes - http://www.drakes.com/online-shop/knitwear/brushed-shetland-wool-crew-neck-sweater$137 MKI - http://www.mkistore.co.uk/product_list.php?range=Men_tops (sold out though)$195 neighbor - http://www.shopneighbour.com/products/shetland-wool-sweater-oxford$190 norse -...
How much does it help to have reported/flagged posts?   probably a question directed at @dieworkwear in particular (and probs better for the CM crowd) but can anyone comment on O'Connell's Shetland sweaters  (particularly how they fit and how "shaggy" they are)? Been looking for an alternative to my Rugby one (I really miss rugby, didn't realize how much I'd want from them until it was too late), and I'm considering one over a used Schneider knit around the same price...
i got one of the solid colored flannels, fits a little looser than an ocbd i bought 2 months ago. def thinner than my flannel from 2 years ago. still pretty happy about the way the texture looks though, for $20.
To speak to this, these threads feel like a community (and it is) and coming into something so established can feel intimidating even if people are friendly. Personally, I just don't feel like I wear anything interesting enough worth posting. But it definitely does feel like a small circle of regular posters.-Regis, how light are those knits that you can wear them in the gulf? I'm thinking about some summer knits for next year and all the linen ones I've seen are more...
Peasants, all of them Reds/Blacks don't seem to draw as much anger, but they're not as satisfying.  -I have an MSI as well - does that one have the actual brick for a power brick?
Mechanical keyboards are almost more satisfying to spend money on than clothes.
do you like michigan?
went to popup - they had the fleece that i wanted, saves me some shipping money. rest of the stuff was basic. ocbds, airism T's, supima V's, merino V's, and some denim. also all the UL in the world, in socal of all places. i dont think they had airism boxers, or jeggings for guys though, but ill come back next week. walked out with a new T and fleece, almost with an OCBD. i forgot to ask if they're gonna get more stuff before the actual store   +1 to the SA that...
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