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Kiton Napoli (Mis)Tagged 54EU, but fits more like a 40S. Dark charcoal cashmere with linen speckle (as featured here: http://www.esquire.com/blogs/mens-fashion/kiton-linen-cashmere-blazer-100610) Peak lapels Surgeon cuffs Pleated and cuffed trousers The MSRP on this thing is thousands. chest: 21" / waist: 19.5" / shoulders: 17.75" / sleeve: 25.5" / length: 30" / pants: 34" x 28" + 1.25" cuff + .75" folded under, 11.5" rise 285GBP shipped in Europe/UK. Another 10er...
These things are all over Venezuela. Not sure who makes 'em
The iPhone 5 is completely underengineered and underpowered. It came out months after the S3 (international version) and has half the processing power (2 cores instead of 4).
Burberry London Kensington cut jacket in a steel blue plaid pattern Goes great with denim 3 Button Single vent 70 Wool/30 Linen P2P 20.5" Waist 18.5" Shoulder 18" BOC 30.75" Sleeve 24" Asking $95 plus actual shipping JACKET WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE UNTIL DEC 2012
The worst thing about this is that it was shot successfully in such a way that most people thought it was very 'gritty' 'realistic' and 'authentic'.
No, it is not. Ugh.
This is pretty common internet wisdom (no offence), but there are so many black swan variables at play in whether the target goes down, I'd rather have the controlability and extra round or two that the 9mm grants. I'm okay with a .45 (1911), but I can put more rounds on target faster and more reliably with a 9mm. If it's a trade between a single round of .45 and 3 rounds of 9mm on target, I'd say the 3 rounds give me more confidence.
The second one was a better crafted film, but I personally think this one had more impact. It was less clever, but more primal and more grand. If the second one was a knife playfully slipped in and out of the third intracostal space, this one was a flurry of hammerstrikes pounded over and over into the sternum and face.
Jesus Christ. I had never in my life been attracted to Anne Hathaway before.
No, what I mean is that all these Canadian cop dramas (and now that I'm thinking, 'the Border' and to a lesser extent, 'Intelligence' suffered from this as well) suffer from this half-hearted attempt to distill 'realism' but deliberately trying to avoid grittiness that leaves it really stylistically unsatisfying to me. Everything is too clean, guns fire too many shots often on full auto, ludicrous action hero things happen, but it's meant to be a serious show. Now...
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