Just type in 'Christianology' on google images. He has like a 40 page link section of a forum all his fits. He's got some really great looks and his CCP collection is ridiculous.
CCP footwear alone:
Why would I ever search that
But, but, but those shoes don't have toeboxes that look like the prow of a Viking ship. Not impressed.
Receiving packages through USPS has become an arduous task since getting a new mail carrier. If I ever have a package, he won't leave it outside. That's fine, except he also won't buzz to see if anyone is home. Instead, he always leaves it with the leasing office, which is a pain, since sometimes I won't even see the notice until after the office is closed for the day. I saw him today and mentioned all of this to him. His response? "I'm too busy to wait and see if people are home." Silly reasoning, since he could just ring the buzzer right away and then go about distributing the rest of the mail.
A few weeks ago my mail carrier left my package containing my Lang jacket sitting on top of the mail boxes in the front lobby. Luckily my neighbors are honest people, but I was still bothered by it. Just pure laziness...
lmao. Fok, I think you'll appreciate this. He trains white collar guys to box http://vimeo.com/42209600
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I did abs yesterday. Today was an off day. I think that I laughed so hard, it's no longer an off day. This can't be real. I mean, those dudes have gotta be planted. It's like all of Rick Moranis's cousins went to the same gym.
Seriously though, the difficulty I bet that one dude had trouble with the "double jab, right uppercut, left hook, right straight" because he can't string together punches without hitches. He can probably do a 1-2 or a 1-4 or a 1-1-2, but you try to string together a 1-1-6-3-2, and unless you have your feet under you properly, and the footwork is ingrained in you, you will look stupid. The double jabs have you on the ball of your left foot. The right uppercut, at least conventionally, plants the left, and puts you on the ball of your right. The left hook transfers the weight so that you are on the ball of your left again, with the right planted, and then the right straight switches the feet again. To a seasoned boxer, or anyone who uses boxing style striking, it's a pretty obvious combination, but apparently not to these guys.