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Quote: Originally Posted by mikej77 A new store that opened in NYC Soho called Uniqlo has some nice cashmere v-necks for 90 or 100 I believe. They looked nice and appeared to have a slim fit but I haven't purchased anything from there yet. I bought a merino v-neck and two merino cardigans a couple of weeks ago and I think they're very nice for $40. The cashmere v-necks you're talking about are nice too.
I can't believe how slim their jeans run. I couldn't find a size that fit me of the raw jeans when I was in NYC last weekend, and I was sizing up three or so. Great store though. I got a couple of nice cardigans.
Quote: Originally Posted by chronoaug I really don't think every girl in the world would realize. I'm really suprised that one girl realized. How was the button placement on the peacoat different? I'm just curious. I don't see a ton of peacoats in florida, and can't picture the button placement in my head. Apparently women's coats overlap the opposite way from men's, so it's immediately noticeable if you know that.
Yeah, I got a sized down Sterlingwear last winter and it's really great. It's unfortunate that the different button placement on a women's jacket is one thing that every damn girl in the world will know and immediately point out. I got burned on a thrift store purchase years ago before I knew.
I like Ben Sherman track jackets. I also have one that I got from Urban Outfitters on sale a couple of years ago (I can't remember the brand...I think it was a store brand) that is very slim fitting and good looking.
Season two is my favorite by a hair. It has this operatic sweep to it that kills me. "You're a Sobatka."
Stringer's arc in the third season was fantastic. His death underscored the point that reformers are bound to fail because of forces beyond their control, echoing the experiences of Major Colvin. I love when McNulty find The Wealth of Nations in his place and is like "Who the fuck was I chasing?"
I sincerely believe that The Wire is one of the greatest artistic achievements in the history of the English language. It's literature on the same level as any revered classic.
Quote: Originally Posted by jonglover Just finished watching La Jetee, my favorite Marker and far and away my favorite sci-fi film of all-time; I am exhausted. Quote: Originally Posted by gdl203 That's a great movie. Surprisingly (considering how could La Jetée is), I actually liked Gilliam's Twelve Monkeys too La Jetée is incredible; probably the best "short" I've ever seen. 12 Monkeys is top ten of the 90s...
Get a load of this. http://www.nytimes.com/2007/08/09/us...timore.html?hp You probably need to have read The Corner to fully appreciate how remarkable this story is. This pretty much made my week. Let's give David Simon a Nobel Prize for something already.
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