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...why? I mean, seriously. WHY?!?!


Haha, am I the only who started watching it but half way, turned it off? The flying scene just didn't do it for me.

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Nike Dunk High Court Force 2008, 12, would have left if not my size, but going to try these out on the court

 

 

 

Carroll & Co, very nice cashmere

 

 

RLPL silk pants. Sized 34 but taken in to ~32. I dunno.

 

 

Sweet Maui Jim, NA for now

 

 

Altea with interesting textures that don't show up well in the photo

 

 

WWII-era, heavy, cheap, and the right height for my sous vide cooker

 

 

Any fans of southwestern US style pottery? Water jug. My favorite part of I-40 / route 66 is the drive through arizona and new mexico, where there's a place in about every town to buy local Native American artwork, etc. Not cheap tho, and my only other piece is smaller and was a wedding gift.

 


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Not sure what I'll do with it, but I can't say no at that price.

Heater? Barbecue? What are you supposed to do with it? I give up.

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Haha, am I the only who started watching it but half way, turned it off? The flying scene just didn't do it for me.

 

The scene with him "flying" down the bowling alley, or the artist chick flying and painting?  Either way - yes - you're the only one who hasn't watched the whole thing.  I haven't seen all their flicks, but the ones I've seen - all instant classics.  Raising Arizona, Barton Fink, Hudsucker, Fargo, Lebowski, Oh Brother, No Country for Old Men, True Grit, ... all great films.  No Country is my personal fave - fricking brutal.  

 

 

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Heater? Barbecue? What are you supposed to do with it? I give up.
Miele combiset electric BBQ. Older one, I've never seen the glass top, they've been all stainless for about 10 years, but miele is built to last and last.
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I would rock that look. As a size 38 myself I do think the sleeves are a tad short, I always wear a french cuff shirt when the sleeves are short so I can show off something from my cuff-link collection. It's a modern look and you pull it off well, classically it may be to tight, but slim fit is a great look for us slim young guys icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif
For what it's worth, I am also a slim 38.

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Based on your posts, writing style, areas of expertise, etc. this is not at all how I had pictured you.

It's a GREAT look! I wish I could wear something like that. But, if wear anything double breasted I look like a former NFL player who is a little past his prime.

Looks very elegant and reminds me of Prince Charles who is the best dressed Monarch.
Hahaha, thanks Professor! I don't really wear a jacket and tie too often these days, not that I really ever had a reason to before, besides for my own enjoyment anyways. I love all types of menswear, so I try and dip my toes in wherever my interests take me. Lately it's been big coats, knits and flannels. I post fit pics pretty regularly, how did you picture me?
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Just out happenstance, I also have a soft spot for No Country for Old Men. 

 

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Bodhi Tree
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Originally Posted by Principle View Post

translation anyone?

It says "Bodhi Tree"
Sacred tree where buddha meditated and attained enlightenment/salvation.
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Nike Dunk High 2008, 12, would have left if not my size, but going to try these out on the court

 

 

 

Makes no difference really, but that model is called the Court Force. Classic B-Ball kicks regardless, same era as Dunks.

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Heater? Barbecue? What are you supposed to do with it? I give up.

Electric grille. This is the newer model: http://www.ajmadison.com/cgi-bin/ajmadison/CS1312BGSS240.html?mv_pc=fr&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cse&utm_term=CS1312BGSS240&gclid=CMewxpuL3coCFUI6gQodfGwD1g&gclsrc=aw.ds
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Haha, am I the only who started watching it but half way, turned it off? The flying scene just didn't do it for me.


well... that's just, like, your opinion. man. (insert gif here)

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Not loving this, but mostly e-thrifted



Canali Kei jacket (80% off from Barneys Warehouse)
Mazzarelli shirt (via No Man Walks Alone)
Massimo Bizzocchi tie (thrifted last week)
Vanda square
Borrelli pants (ethrifted NWT, 85% off)
EG Dovers (ethrift, well under 10% rule)
Vintage Brooks Brothers trench (thrifted)
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thayer coggin

 

dat fabric! 

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well... that's just, like, your opinion. man. (insert gif here)

Haha

 

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The scene with him "flying" down the bowling alley, or the artist chick flying and painting?  Either way - yes - you're the only one who hasn't watched the whole thing.  I haven't seen all their flicks, but the ones I've seen - all instant classics.  Raising Arizona, Barton Fink, Hudsucker, Fargo, Lebowski, Oh Brother, No Country for Old Men, True Grit, ... all great films.  No Country is my personal fave - fricking brutal.  

 

 

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I'm not into movies where people get stoned. But that was a few years ago. I might give the movie another go. I love No Country for Old Men! I really enjoyed Fargo, the TV series but the first season was my favorite so far. 

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The scene with him "flying" down the bowling alley, or the artist chick flying and painting?  Either way - yes - you're the only one who hasn't watched the whole thing.  I haven't seen all their flicks, but the ones I've seen - all instant classics.  Raising Arizona, Barton Fink, Hudsucker, Fargo, Lebowski, Oh Brother, No Country for Old Men, True Grit, ... all great films.  No Country is my personal fave - fricking brutal.  

blood simple is pretty fucking great. i rewatched it a few years ago and it's well worth the time.

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