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post #54076 of 109053

I'm jealous of you guys that have a lot of clothes... it feels like I never have anything to wear confused.gif.

post #54077 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Noctone View Post

Not viable as in you don't think it would succeed, or not viable as in you don't have the money to do it right now?

I don't think that there's a crossover between people who like the same clothes I want to sell and people who can afford to buy them in Montreal.
post #54078 of 109053
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

I don't think that there's a crossover between people who like the same clothes I want to sell and people who can afford to buy them in Montreal.

this holds true for all of Canada.
post #54079 of 109053

You don´t really need riding lessons to get on a motorcycle. When I first got mine, all I recieved where some pointers from my brother, specially on how to use the clutch and gear box, and how to control the accelerator so you don´t accidentaly speed down a ravine lol8[1].gif

I had never driven more than a automatic ATV and all I needed was just getting used to the bike, driving around my neighborhood and when I got confident enough I simply took it to the road and have been driving pretty much without problems since.

post #54080 of 109053
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

I'm jealous of you guys that have a lot of clothes... it feels like I never have anything to wear confused.gif .

I'm sure all of us have too much clothes and feel like we don't have much to wear smile.gif
post #54081 of 109053
concerning wardrobes, my problem is that everything I want now is from older seasons, i really dislike everything out from most designers for the next season or two, so I dunno. Just taking a backseat for now.


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Originally Posted by Lionheart Biker View Post

You don´t really need riding lessons to get on a motorcycle. When I first got mine, all I recieved where some pointers from my brother, specially on how to use the clutch and gear box, and how to control the accelerator so you don´t accidentaly speed down a ravine lol8%5B1%5D.gif
I had never driven more than a automatic ATV and all I needed was just getting used to the bike, driving around my neighborhood and when I got confident enough I simply took it to the road and have been driving pretty much without problems since.

yah, I just like preparing myself because most accidents are not caused by the rider, but more from the fucking collective imbeciles of the world on the road, so I want to learn everything I can before I get on there. Plus, I'll invest in top notch gear to protect my gonads.
post #54082 of 109053

Proficient Motorcycling is a good book for beginners if you want to read up before you take a MSF course.

post #54083 of 109053
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

- Philly is a terrible place to have an interest in fashion.
Dude I live in fucking Omaha.

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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

I don't think that there's a crossover between people who like the same clothes I want to sell and people who can afford to buy them in Montreal.
Ah. Well I think as long as you had a web presence it might be doable. He's not catering to the same aesthetic as you would but you might want to see how well Platypus does with his shop that he's opening up in March.
post #54084 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post

concerning wardrobes, my problem is that everything I want now is from older seasons, i really dislike everything out from most designers for the next season or two, so I dunno. Just taking a backseat for now.

read this.

thought about replying, realised i don't care about anyone else's wardrobe (should i?), and all my replies are about myself and my wardrobe and my shit.

It's time to take another break.

narcissistic post about how narcissistic i am becoming.
post #54085 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Noctone View Post

Dude I live in fucking Omaha..
I was there for a weekend. Was strolling by the public library and this dude called me out for wearing a grey tee, my indigo Helmuts, and Spring Courts. All he said was something like "look at this guy and his Chuck Taylors" (get your brands right, son) but still.
post #54086 of 109053
lol, Id get crucified
post #54087 of 109053
just got confirmation for my adobe order for the creation suite. going to download it all tonight.
might need to upgrade the PC a little, hopefully not.

in terms of clothes and the question i posed, i think i have come to the point where i have money to buy things i want, but sort of defeats the purpose of that MFing and grinding to search for my grail pieces. MFing, magic finding i.e. diablo 2 anyone? i always think MMORPGs are the best analogies to fashion or the larger community such as SF. it gets a bit dry once you have reached that point where you find all the gear you want for your avatar and start just living in the clothes you wear, or in MMORPGs term, PKing other players? You log-on your account, PvP, boss raid and loot the spoils; you have your moment of fun and excitement then sign off
post #54088 of 109053
Well maybe you could find more magic if you didn't pay for your Photoshop.

Hey let's have a discussion about this

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post #54089 of 109053
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

just got confirmation for my adobe order for the creation suite. going to download it all tonight.
might need to upgrade the PC a little, hopefully not.
in terms of clothes and the question i posed, i think i have come to the point where i have money to buy things i want, but sort of defeats the purpose of that MFing and grinding to search for my grail pieces. MFing, magic finding i.e. diablo 2 anyone? i always think MMORPGs are the best analogies to fashion or the larger community such as SF. it gets a bit dry once you have reached that point where you find all the gear you want for your avatar and start just living in the clothes you wear, or in MMORPGs term, PKing other players? You log-on your account, PvP, boss raid and loot the spoils; you have your moment of fun and excitement then sign off

What the fuck. 18
post #54090 of 109053
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

just got confirmation for my adobe order for the creation suite. going to download it all tonight.
might need to upgrade the PC a little, hopefully not.
in terms of clothes and the question i posed, i think i have come to the point where i have money to buy things i want, but sort of defeats the purpose of that MFing and grinding to search for my grail pieces. MFing, magic finding i.e. diablo 2 anyone? i always think MMORPGs are the best analogies to fashion or the larger community such as SF. it gets a bit dry once you have reached that point where you find all the gear you want for your avatar and start just living in the clothes you wear, or in MMORPGs term, PKing other players? You log-on your account, PvP, boss raid and loot the spoils; you have your moment of fun and excitement then sign off

i know none of these acronyms but i will suggest that you enjoy wearing your nice clothes.
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