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jack donnelly (jackdonnellykhakis.com). nicer than uniqlo, topman, gap, etc. unis is good if you like skinny low-rise pants, but i'd only get those when they're on sale.
make sure it's a warm white, like natural, cream, and ivory.
imo, short guys shouldn't wear low rise suit trousers. it makes their legs look short and their torsos disproportionately long. stick with something that goes around the squishy middle part of your waist, or goes higher up to the natural waistline. if you're worried about tenting, that's what a tailor is for.
i agree that the world average of anything, including the number of baths per week, does not necessarily tell you what you should do. i haven't found any stats to answer your question, but you can read about global challenges regarding water supply, sanitation, and hygiene here: http://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/hygiene/en/on the other hand, it's nice to know that the world average age that children nurse until (4) and the minimum age recommended by the WHO (2.5)...
brown or black/cordovan/burgundy, depending on the kind of dark green.
so...the world average basically matches up with the age of self-weaning. cool.
according to the world health organization, the world average for breastfeeding is until 4 years old, and the recommended minimum is 2.5 years old. that kid easily has another year of awesomeness. don't get your panties in a bunch.
how big is too big? a micro 4/3 body with the 20/1.7 or panaleica 25/1.4 asph is good. then there's the sony nex-7 with 24/1.8 zeiss (kinda big). in low light, the af in the fuji x100 and x-pro1 still isn't up to par. very annoying. x10 isn't half bad. it'll comfortably get you down to ev5 for still subjects. they just fixed the orb issue, too. the nikon 1 system might do the trick someday. not yet, though.
i bought my first watch ever, a timex t5k173, for jogging.
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