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I've got this ratty-ass t-shirt that I bought from american eagle about 7-8 years ago. It fits decently well (their athletic fit cut); it used to be a black tee with "1977" screened on the upper front, but after going through the wash a gajillion times, it's a well-worn shart-brown looking color with holes in it everywhere. It's not because of the look that I'm fond of, but rather I've worn it while playing blackjack in vegas, reno, all the socal indian casinos, etc...
Quote: Originally Posted by voxsartoria Didn't marry her until year 18. - B Awesome, I can aim for 2 decades together before getting hitched. Been with the current g/f for 7+ years....
Just picked up Oasis' "Dig Out Your Soul" that was released yesterday... On first listen I prefer their prior album, but it may be one of those albums that grow on me with each successive listen.
i dunno... the front end reminds me of the grinning cheshire cat
Just picked up a bottle of Dsqaured2 He Wood at Saks over the weekend (according to the SA, it's exculsive to Saks). I'm realling diggin' the scent. Despite being marketed as a "woodsy" fragrance inspired by Canadian forests, it doesn't smell green or woodsy at all. It's rather aquatic with subtle violet floral scents.
Quote: Originally Posted by Get Smart But this burger was severely righteous!! 2.5+" thick patty, super tender and cooked perfect. The brioche bun was just the right bread to hold this in, and the kicker is that their patty is stuffed with braised short rib meat so after a bite or two you get the 2 beef textures and flavors. The burger comes 2 styles, one traditional (lettuce, sauc, cheddar, etc) or with grilled onions and different cheese (forgot...
To revive this thread from a month of dormancy... Just tried out Govind Armstrong's newly opened 8oz Burger Bar on Melrose Ave (in the old Table 8 space) last Friday night and I ordered the signature 8oz burger with cave-aged gruyere and house cured bacon. It looked exactly like it does below.. just with a different color of cheese. I had the namesake burger side by side with another menu offering, the estancia grass fed burger with bel paese. For all the...
When I was a really really little kid (~5yrs old), I have fond memories of being ecstatic everytime Der Kommissar and Rock Me Amadeus came on the radio. The first full album I ever listened to came later at ~9yrs old when my elementary school buddy copied his older brother's "Skid Row" album on side A of a 120min memorex tape and Alice Cooper's "Trash" on side B. First album I actually bought on cassette was Motley Crue's Theatre of Pain. I used to love drawing...
Just came back from the pre-sale event at Fred Segal (Santa Monica) and copped a couple good deals: Yoko D L/S shirt with epaulettes and sleeve thumbholes: $40 Spring Court G1 low white canvas: $40 Off the top of my head I remember seeing a bunch of other SF aesthetic approved swag at relatively decent prices: Spring Court High Leather (Grey, uglyass neon yellow, uglyass neon green): $70 Spring Court G1 low black canvas: $40 Common Projects Shell toe (both low...
Quote: Originally Posted by LabelKing Wouldn't Phil Spector's old stuff fit into that? While music snobs may deride contemporary pop, they seem to love '50s through '70s pop. Which is why I can't completely follow the herd mentality in dismissing modern manufactured boy bands (backstreet boys, nsync, etc) and bubble gum pop artists like britney spears and the like. It'd be hypocritical to completely disregard them strictly because they...
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