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What's the restaurant, Uncontrol?
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skipping meals ruins your metabolism

lol
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A fit

Bottom half looks so good
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Thanks very much, M_R
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Uncontrol, I like your fits but you should cut your bangs; they look kinda aggravatingly emo right now. Cut 'em short for that David Bowie swag

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slack, looks good. i dont know if i like the t shirt tucked in here, probably better off with a button down instead. nudies are great too!
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I'd untuck the shirt slacktide.
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why do people react against the idea that art should involve difficult ideas and what are (laughably) seen as 'obscure' references? does anyone say this about, say, theoretical physics?
most good art, certainly most good literature, involves difficulty. backing away from that and bleating that it's elitist is just ridiculous.
yes there are a lot of idiots in the art world who will throw around references to thinkers to invoke a certain reverence and add an aura to their work which is just irritating.
there are a lot of tossers in the art world for sure (and i run a gallery, believe me i know), but so there are in every field. and beneath that 'layer' there are a huge number of genuine artists who are trying to make work and engage with really complex areas of form, thought, experience. wrong place for this discussion so ill shut up.

if truth be told, it's the gallerists that are the true tossers.

just sayin'
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this is unfortunately the best pic i have of what i was wearing yesterday

i can dig this; ESP the collar. wish you had the whole pic of your outfit. maybe rewear the same outfit :O and take a pic? lol
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Never trust a man that tucks in a t-shirt.
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this is unfortunately the best pic i have of what i was wearing yesterday

not criticizing, really i'm not, but the hair needs a major rethink.

that look was passé in tokyo in 2005, in seoul in 2006, and in bangkok in 2007.

just sayin'
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ignorance is bliss.

you guys talking about understanding modern art (you really mean abstract art though, right?), need to do yourselves a favor and read 'the painted veil' by Tom Wolfe.
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looks surprisingly restrained. i'd probably not have the collar out but obviously that's sort of your style. i dig.

You probably wouldn't say this was restrained if you could see that the suit is snake-print and the shirt has leopard jacquard.

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What's the restaurant, Uncontrol?

Rue 57 in NYC. Was very good.

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Uncontrol, I like your fits but you should cut your bangs; they look kinda aggravatingly emo right now. Cut 'em short for that David Bowie swag


I hate short bangs. I have a widow's peak so it's a no go.

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i can dig this; ESP the collar. wish you had the whole pic of your outfit. maybe rewear the same outfit :O and take a pic? lol

Haha maybe. Some street snappers took my pic yesterday so we'll see if it surfaces.
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