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post #151 of 237
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Spalla, you're obviously pretty good yourself in the histrionic department.
What's the reason for your morbid obsession with Luca? - Looks like jealousy to me!

una cotta
post #152 of 237
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Spalla, you’re obviously pretty good yourself in the histrionic department. What’s the reason for your morbid obsession with Luca? - Looks like jealousy to me!
I am not obsessed with him, just opened a thread about and was (sadly) my most succesful one ever. He can wear whatever he wants , I am just telling that I don't his style, either the Rubinacci style as I am an Attolini/Borrelli style fan.
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What does it means?
post #153 of 237
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post
Oh youre on this business, Who are you?

Perhaps I got you on my facebook and haven't realiced you were Lasbar. G. Inglese?

I'm not English and I barely go on Facebook...

Who am I?

I'm still not entirely sure of the answer...

A sartorial working-class hero...
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I'm not English and I barely go on Facebook...

Who am I?

I'm still not entirely sure of the answer...

A sartorial working-class hero...

Great an arthisan

Another picture of Luca's taste

http://www.nodo50.org/antimilitarist...35-hortera.jpg
post #155 of 237
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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia View Post

Jesus H.

Where the hell do you people hang out?
post #156 of 237
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Jesus H.

Where the hell do you people hang out?

If you read the t-shirt of the " guy " is says antimilitarism , no obey. A true socialist...

You can see there how they are...
post #157 of 237
Spalla,

Please, you must take a new avatar. Back in days of old I lunched at a restaurant in New York frequented by Dali. We were often given adjacent tables. Everytime I read one of your posts the surrealism causes me to feel as if I'm part of a séance.
post #158 of 237
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Spalla,

Please, you must take a new avatar. Back in days of old I lunched at a restaurant in New York frequented by Dali. We were often given adjacent tables. Everytime I read one of your posts the surrealism causes me to feel as if I'm part of a séance.

A seance?

Is it some kind of euphemism?
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A seance?
A séance -- as we used it in English -- is an attempt to communicate with spirits.
post #160 of 237
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Spalla, Please, you must take a new avatar. Back in days of old I lunched at a restaurant in New York frequented by Dali. We were often given adjacent tables. Everytime I read one of your posts the surrealism causes me to feel as if I'm part of a séance.
EL SURREALISMO SOY YO ( DALI) The surrealism is me ( Dali) The surrealism is Spalla. ( Spalla)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k45zt...eature=related and this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StQF7...eature=related
post #161 of 237
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A séance -- as we used it in English -- is an attempt to communicate with spirits.

I thought you were using the terminology to describe some kind of nightmarish surrealist encounter ...
post #162 of 237
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I thought you were using the terminology to describe some kind of nightmarish surrealist encounter ...
Well, Dali is dead ... but sometimes reading Spalla is akin to encountering Dali. Then there is his avatar.
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Well, Dali is dead ... but sometimes reading Spalla is akin to encountering Dali. Then there is his avatar.
You met him, how old are you then? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StQF7...eature=related Edit, how can I sig you?
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You met him, how old are you then?
Sixty-something.
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Sixty-something.

Still younger than my dad. I changed my avatar for you.
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