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@Synthese setting up the spotlight for the open mic / poetry slam we held after hours

 

I think this was at about 12:30; Jen asked me if it was "Safe for me to be up on that ladder," I asked what she meant and then remembered that she'd fixed me at least three Moscow (Idaho) Mules by that point. She goes hard. Thankfully, no one was hurt. 

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@RegisDB9 I was talking to the manager of the london store the other day, who said that going forward the mens' line will have two distinct themes, one the existing 'classic' margiela styling, the other more following the direction of MM6. This is good news to me at least, I've really liked a lot of the MM6 stuff I've seen in person

http://en.vogue.fr/defiles/fall-winter-2013-2014-new-york-mm6-maison-martin-margiela/7823/diaporama/show-506/11247/pag
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Yeah, I've gone back and checked them like 5 times today. I like them a lot, just don't know how well they would work for me personally.

I dunno, says neoprene but I didn't think you could get transparent neoprene.

 

 

Where did you find them?.... I´m not gonna buy them but I want to check out more pictures and also see how much they are.

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Those pics are from Forward but they're at a few different places.
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Recently watched Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations about Shanghai, Vietnam, and Iran.

I need three, three-week vacations, please.
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I really liked the Iranian one, its one of those places very few foreigners have been and somewhere I would love to go, together with Burma and North Korea.

"The wine cellar/ dining room" thing in shanghai is amazing.
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I could not get over the intricate beauty of the mosques, and how literally every single food item was something I knew I would love, made with awesome spices and just full of awesome. Same thing for the food in Shanghai - savory, sweet-ish meats with dark sauces and noodles? Fuck yes.

And yeah - that wine room/cellar was ridiculous. My favorite quote:

Bourdain: "do you eat like this often? You know, as a small group in a fancy place like this"
Rich dude: "twice a night."
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who is the Acronym expert round here?
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Yeah the Chinese an Vietnamese food looked ridiculously delicious the pancake things at the neighborhood restaurant in Vietnam looked like something, I could eat myself round in.

I saw a program years ago, where they visited Tehran and I've wanted to go ever since (by any means with charly borman), the architecture was great, but the mountain hangout area was so peaceful looking.


The shanghai place is called www.27bund.com
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*hops on Pirate Bay*

 

FYI - The Iranians recently made it easier to visit Iran - can get Visa on arrival now, as opposed to lengthy visa application process.

 

(have had a visa application denied)

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who is the Acronym expert round here?

It's best the ask SuperFuture, as they have a thread, and following of the brand.

http://supertalk.superfuture.com/index.php/topic/116132-acronym/

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Yeah the Chinese an Vietnamese food looked ridiculously delicious the pancake things at the neighborhood restaurant in Vietnam looked like something, I could eat myself round in.

I saw a program years ago, where they visited Tehran and I've wanted to go ever since (by any means with charly borman), the architecture was great, but the mountain hangout area was so peaceful looking.


The shanghai place is called www.27bund.com

Charley Boorman is very cool, way better than sissy boy Ewan
Edited by habitant - 11/10/14 at 3:50pm
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There's a video on youtube where dude rode a motorbike across Iran and says it's his favorite country, with some of the friendliest people on earth. Seems that way.

Here it is:
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Some family friends bicycled from London to Australia and said the exact same thing.

 

Next year I want to visit USA then Iran.

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I was hanging out with some Swedish dudes in Copenhagen who were talking about good places to ski, and they brought up Tehran. They'd gone just a few years ago. It totally threw me for a second but then I remembered there wasn't nearly as much stopping a Swede from going there. Even as an American I understand it can still be done. It sounds really tempting actually. I'd love to just see what it was like and try to enjoy some of the local customs. I hear the food is pretty good too.

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