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I've had this nagging feeling all my life that Oklahoma was sort of a made up place, that, y'know, it never really existed
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Oh shit, tcwalter and I can meet up in the middle of nowhere Kansas (midway point) and listen to Pro-Era and wear SF approved outfits
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

I've had this nagging feeling all my life that Oklahoma was sort of a made up place, that, y'know, it never really existed

i feel the same way about portland
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Oklahoma is the made up evil place from Grapes of Wrath right? foo.gif
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Oh shit, tcwalter and I can meet up in the middle of nowhere Kansas (midway point) and listen to Pro-Era and wear SF approved outfits

Gas is really expensive though.
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

I've had this nagging feeling all my life that Oklahoma was sort of a made up place, that, y'know, it never really existed

but... the play...
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Originally Posted by tcwalter07 View Post

Really good. Everything about them is terrific except for the fact that they pick up hella pet hair which can really dampen my steeze

werd. all i needed to know. nothing worse than damp steeze.
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<theatrenerd>the musical, please.</theatrenerd>

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ipad wifi only 16 gb

goooood bye heavy textbooks/waiting for the weird dude to get off my fav comp lab computer!
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nice

check out chegg.com

the etextbooks are pretty cheap and pretty easy to read on an ipad. although i miss the texture of paper sometimes and will still look at a real textbook at the library
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

nice

check out chegg.com

the etextbooks are pretty cheap and pretty easy to read on an ipad. although i miss the texture of paper sometimes and will still look at a real textbook at the library

Yeah, and a lot of med texts are actually available through "alternative means" too peepwall[1].gif
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YOOX ROULETTE !

 

 

COTTON!

 

WOOL / CASHMERE !

 

WOOL / CASHMERE !

 

WOOL / POLYESTER !

 

COTTON / VISCOSE!

 

 

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the ckcs run super small

the xl was tight on me
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

the ckcs run super small

the xl was tight on me

 

I already have one, so unless they messed with the sizing the L should be ok.

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synthese it seems you're moving towards a workwear aesthetic, which is good, but i don't think EG is the brand for you. EG is all about narrow shoulders/wide chest, and it doesn't seem you have narrow shoulders. you should check out some of the more british brands -- folk, garbstore, or some of the rarer japanese like ts(s)

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I wouldn't call it "workwear" at all, actually - just more relaxed, more textured, and more 3D (shoreman), potentially. Out of the brands you've listed, only TS(S) has ever really had any appeal. I'm not after "heritage," more like layered grunge. I think EG is worth a shot, at least. If it doesn't work out, so be it. other brands on my shortlist are White Mountaineering and Nonnative, along with (possibly) some more geller - I have also always wanted a cabourn cameraman. I wouldn't call any of that workwear, though. I guess the thing is that I see the Folk/ Oliver Spencer/ Howlin' -type midmarket brands everywhere these days, and they just don't appeal to me in person.

Speaking of,

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I haven't ordered anything from Context since about 200...7, and the guys were just as nice and helpful as the last time. Fingers crossed, 50/50 it's too small.
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