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thats too bad. there is a lot to laugh about.

also, i did not redact for fear of mockery, i redacted because i felt it did not belong here.
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Fuck this thread
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I don't like pets and I don't want kids, but I'm only 20 so I don't know anything. Anyway, I tried to to a plebe version of Istasi's fit from the other day, but it looks like shit, doesn't it? Why?

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Would be great if the sleeves were 1.5" longer, IMO. Still good as is. I like the drape of the pants.
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looks cool just need sneakers instead of those shoes

edit: @casey
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

my thesis is mainly about a german jewish intellectual named karl loewenstein. he was your typical leftist, and fled from hitler in 33, wound up in the us teaching at yale then amherst.

after immigrating he started writing a bunch of articles about 'militant democracy,' or the idea that fascism is able to subvert the democratic process - namely freedom of speech and proportional representation - and that democratic governments need to pass legislation suspending 'fundamental rights' in order to defeat fascism. he got more and more hysterical throughout the 1930s, and once ww2 started and france fell, started giving speeches about how america was about to fall to fascists and immediate steps needed to be taken to stop it. i have copies of letters from the attorney general to him basically saying 'we like your thinking, tell us more.' during the war he worked for the OSS, and after the war he was an interrogator at nuremburg until he (and all the jewish intellectuals) were driven out for being too fervent in denazification.

his ideas were incorporated into the new german constitution passed in 49, and he's becoming more and more relevant as western powers are struggling with how to deal with terrorism.

what sucks is i spend hours and hours working on this stuff, but nobody else knows/cares about it. very lonely.

if anyone wants to know more pm me and ill talk about this FOR HOURS AND HOURS AND HOURS

I've always wondered how far we are going to go with this anti-terrorism shit. What you just wrote worries me, cuz it seems like everyone is willing to continually sacrifice freedom for the false guise of security.
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Originally Posted by caseyfud View Post

Anyway, I tried to to a plebe version of Istasi's fit from the other day, but it looks like shit, doesn't it? Why?

it looks good, but pretty different from mine -- biggest difference is the proportions. I'm wearing a short blazer w/ a couple longer shirts underneath, and my trousers have a bit of a slight drop crotch (i feel stupid calling it a drop crotch because it's really not), whereas all your items have pretty "normal" proportions for what they are

all that + me being taller = different proportions, different look

edit: also in your case i feel a white shirt may have worked better for some contrast since both your jacket and pants are gray
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different shoes, c-fud. (maybe tennies or slim boots) good on ya for trying the "streetwear suit + slutty tee" though.

 

ps. you're gonna need some cool shades if you're gonna step to istasi.

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glad to see you're getting good use out of that jacket, who
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post

I've always wondered how far we are going to go with this anti-terrorism shit. What you just wrote worries me, cuz it seems like everyone is willing to continually sacrifice freedom for the false guise of security.

The government is there to protect those who choose to let go of their moral freedoms.
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are those "magic" cards?
gotta catch em' all. MAGIC!
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i think better shoes would take that casey fit up a notch. looks comfortable though.
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