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post #92701 of 99203
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Originally Posted by iamacyborg View Post



I was in Selfridges a couple days ago on the menswear floor, some kid was looking around the Givenchy section with his parents, wearing an A$AP ROCKY tee. Trying not to laugh was pretty hard.

I was there was during Evisu once.
post #92702 of 99203
At long last, mid-level streetwear designers are using cultural reference points I can relate to. laugh.gif



On the one hand, I kind of wish it was a Cornell lightweight rowing tank; on the other hand, I recognize that Columbia's colors are significantly less ugly.

Regardless, I pretty much have to buy this. laugh.gif
post #92703 of 99203
Notwithit is a cornell grad?

What you have against red brah?
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Went out to eat with classmates for someones birthday. I definitely appreciate the cheapo sentiment people on SF have for medstudents. Itemized a 12 person bill at a 15 dollar an entree place. HOW CHEAP IZ YOU SON!? And that was after she brought the check out. I ended up having to pay for the bday person (cuz who is gonna ask to split the already split bill AGAIN) and i felt so bad i left a fat tip.

God i hate my classmates.

I just hate med school in general.
post #92705 of 99203
Instead of a cash tip you should leave them a coupon for a free examination after you graduate from med school.
post #92706 of 99203
My med school friend told me at a med school party in a public bar some of his classmates refuse to talk to you unless you are a doctor or a doctor in training.

"So what do you do?"
"Oh I'm an engineer"

*walks away*

This is at a state school. Makes you wonder about HMS
post #92707 of 99203
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

Notwithit is a cornell grad?

What you have against red brah?

Yep, aught-four.

Nothing against red in general, just some shades of red - like Big Red red - can be a little harsh to the eye, especially combined with white. Not really sure what I'd wear with it, although I'd probably get it anyway.

Oddly, I don't know that I'd get one if it was a Princeton shirt. Aside from the obviously ugly colors - black and orange - they're the only Ivy that my boat never beat. When you win a race, you get the other guy's shirt (whoever's sitting in the same seat as you in the other crew's boat), so I feel entitled to wear a Harvard rowing shirt if I damn well please. I'd feel kinda weird about wearing a Princeton shirt, though, since I never "earned" the right to wear one.

Obviously, someone with no connection to rowing could care less* who's whose shirt it is.
* (Click to show)
See what I did there? mwink[1].gif

Edited by notwithit - 3/9/14 at 5:01pm
post #92708 of 99203
you did it wrong. it's you couldn't care less.

geez. i expected more from a dude with an ivy league degree
post #92709 of 99203
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Went out to eat with classmates for someones birthday. I definitely appreciate the cheapo sentiment people on SF have for medstudents. Itemized a 12 person bill at a 15 dollar an entree place. HOW CHEAP IZ YOU SON!? And that was after she brought the check out. I ended up having to pay for the bday person (cuz who is gonna ask to split the already split bill AGAIN) and i felt so bad i left a fat tip.

God i hate my classmates.

I just hate med school in general.

aren't literally all of your clothes cheap yohji from ebay or random italian brands from yoox? that's the fashion equivalent to splitting a bill.

maybe your classmates don't want to take $75,000 a year in loans?
post #92710 of 99203
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

aren't literally all of your clothes cheap yohji from ebay or random italian brands from yoox? that's the fashion equivalent to splitting a bill.

maybe your classmates don't want to take $75,000 a year in loans?

Are you math stupid? The difference in the bill even if someone bought something 20 dollars more expensive than everyone else comes out to <2 more dollars. Even if you do that every weekend that only would be ~192 more on your tuition. (2 dollars extra * 2 days for both days of the weekend #living it up, * 4 weekends in the average month * 12 months). That's less than a 1% increase on your loan assuming the final total is 75000. Even if its 50k that's still less than 1%.

Also buying from eBay or yoox is only remotely like splitting the bill. I am sure you can give some tenuous reasons as to how its similar, but that tends to be the strength of humanities majors. Making weak links and strutting them like good arguments.

The point is you are an asshat. And you are a hypocrite since you routinely sell on B/S and I am sure have bought things on sale or from other sellers on SF...
post #92711 of 99203
that's a bit harsh du

many of us (maybe even most of us) look for deals on ebay and yoox
post #92712 of 99203
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

Are you math stupid? The difference in the bill even if someone bought something 20 dollars more expensive than everyone else comes out to <2 more dollars. Even if you do that every weekend that only would be ~192 more on your tuition. (2 dollars extra * 2 days for both days of the weekend #living it up, * 4 weekends in the average month * 12 months). That's less than a 1% increase on your loan assuming the final total is 75000. Even if its 50k that's still less than 1%.

Also buying from eBay or yoox is only remotely like splitting the bill. I am sure you can give some tenuous reasons as to how its similar, but that tends to be the strength of humanities majors. Making weak links and strutting them like good arguments.

The point is you are an asshat. And you are a hypocrite since you routinely sell on B/S and I am sure have bought things on sale or from other sellers on SF...

the point is you're complaining about people taking steps to save money, which is hypocritical.

and considering the price of medical school, and how loans are determined (tuition + cost of living), taking measures to save money can make a dramatic impact on future loan totals. I might just be a humanities major, but I imagine that $192 might become a little bit more with 30 years of interest?
post #92713 of 99203
oh good, this...
post #92714 of 99203
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

the point is you're complaining about people taking steps to save money, which is hypocritical.

and considering the price of medical school, and how loans are determined (tuition + cost of living), taking measures to save money can make a dramatic impact on future loan totals. I might just be a humanities major, but I imagine that $192 might become a little bit more with 30 years of interest?

I might have done this a bit liberally since I didnt bother compounding so poo poo to me....



The point is you are making a stupid argument and should have thought about what you were about to say before you said it.
post #92715 of 99203
also late to the minimum/restaurant wage argument/discussion (which I don't really care about either way..), but this is a hilarious quote for a lot of reasons
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"Anybody trying to have a family on minimum wage needs to have their head examined," said Jan Fogel, a 47-year-old part-time dog sitter and print broker in Seattle. Based on her experience working in a pizza parlor when she was 18, she believes jobs waiting tables are stepping stones to the adult world and don't deserve a $15 per hour rate, plus tips."
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