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Originally Posted by acecow View Post
I'm a big fan of yours, Spoo, but this fit seems way too heavy at the bottom and light at the top. You either needed a darker tie or lighter socks, at least.

That's teh half man half amazn look.
post #23417 of 37070
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Originally Posted by D Yizz View Post
bubble butt
Men: please stop using this term, for men unless you are from the Gayman Islands..
post #23418 of 37070
Spoozy Have you taken a look at this blog? http://venividivrai.blogspot.com/ There's a lot on it I don't like, but a fair bit I do. I get the feeling you might enjoy going through a few dozen pages. Give it a go - see if you get anything from it.
post #23419 of 37070
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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
Men: please stop using this term, for men unless you are from the Gayman Islands..

And which would be the correct term. Gluteus hypertrophy?
post #23420 of 37070
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Originally Posted by D Yizz View Post
And which would be the correct term. Gluteus hypertrophy?

Ey, just pick one. You're in PR. I'm in DR. See my point?
post #23421 of 37070
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
Someone photoshop some explosions in the background.

Best I could do in a short time:

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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
Ey, just pick one. You're in PR. I'm in DR. See my point?

Sure do!
post #23423 of 37070
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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
STFU

It is heartening to be reminded of the STFU*. It was knowledge of their ground breaking work and egalitarian principles that, in part, inspired me to attend law school with the specific aim of becoming a legal aid lawyer in my native South and there to represent tenant and migrant farm workers. Though it has been more than 30 years since I left that work, I still look on it as rewarding beyond measure. When seeking out and meeting with clients, I often dressed in this mode:




*http://www.nps.gov/archive/elro/glos...mers-union.htm
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Sure do!

post #23425 of 37070
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Originally Posted by oldog/oldtrix View Post
It is heartening to be reminded of the STFU*. It was knowledge of their ground breaking work and egalitarian principles that, in part, inspired me to attend law school with the specific aim of becoming a legal aid lawyer in my native South and there to represent tenant and migrant farm workers. Though it has been more than 30 years since I left that work, I still look on it as rewarding beyond measure. When seeking out and meeting with clients, I often dressed in this mode:




*http://www.nps.gov/archive/elro/glos...mers-union.htm

Yup, similar to how counsel dresses when meeting with [illegal] immigrants. Don't wanna scare them off with a tight suit and pocket square. Very well done!
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IMO, these are fits that i think exemplifies both Spoozy's preferences, yet still aesthetically pleasing if you will ... I hope forumers captured in here don't mind ...

thoughts?






















although this is nice and i would wear it, this is not what Spoozy wants to become... lol:
post #23427 of 37070
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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
You guys are expecting people to take opinions from someone they dont respect.

It rarely happens.

there was a rallye on me in the shoe departement yesterday from people i do not respect.

i hear, what you're saying...
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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
IMO, these are fits that i think exemplifies both Spoozy's preferences, yet still aesthetically pleasing if you will ... I hope forumers captured in here don't mind ...

Footytube and SF?

Keep that door closed, brutha.




- B
post #23429 of 37070
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Footytube and SF?

Keep that door closed, brutha.




- B

after hours B ... i like my job

post #23430 of 37070
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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
JP - if o/o or PG criticized Spoozy and Scorcsh i am sure (could be wrong here ... lol) they will be likelier to listen. Obviously if they dont listen then it is what it is. my point is not the criticism, cos i have criticized Spoozy a few times myself .... it is who it is coming from.

well - maybe there is history there, so let me stop defending Spoozy and Scorch. Maybe i am naive in assuming that if someone with more credibility criticized them, they will find more value in it.

To be fair, I rarely post, so I don't get criticized. I have one "I rike" from PG back in the day, that I include in my CV and all applications for employment.

But: my beef is not with criticisms. It's with useless sniping that just fouls the atmosphere.

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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
Spoozy is teh man in the same sense as how Mark Turner is teh man.

Splash out, Spooz.

Holy poop I agree with bigbris. Unless he's being sarcastic. I would say he's getting on towards Ornette Coleman, but the point remains. If you somebody only likes Dave Brubeck, fine, but don't be a jerk about it.

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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
IMO, these are fits that i think exemplifies both Spoozy's preferences, yet still aesthetically pleasing if you will ... I hope forumers captured in here don't mind ...

These are all great, but they lack exactly the dissonance that Spoozy brings to the table. My own style also rarely brings in dissonance, but I like it. Pink shoelaces and hot pink cashmere ties are also a rare treat from another Spoo.
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