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post #16 of 18
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I am not an American, therefore I proabably shouldn't comment on Americans' taste for clothes in Midwest. But to be frank, it's really not so interesting. Sorry if this message offends people in Indianapolis or even in Midwest America.  I guess I just ended up at a wrong place for school.
You're one of those people who says he's sorry and says he shouldn't and then he does or says the thing as if he isn't sorry at all.
post #17 of 18
To Johnapril again If you really knew how to debate with people, you should have justified the relatively dull and uninteresting taste of people for clothes in some particular geographical locations of the US (since you didn't deny that either), and let me know what's the cause of such taste historically, and whether there are some inevitable co-relations between the geography and people's dressing style, put such facts into the bigger perspective of the US culture, commercial customs; and probabaly even have persuaded me on the advantages of being dressed uninterestingly, unimaginatively in terms of culture evolution, economic development, or even political impact, and whatever else, instead of finding faults with my English grammar, blowing up the tiny bits of my writing to use them as weapons to attack my personality in trivial and incoherent way.  IT IS NOT A SOPHISTICATED WAY OF DEBATING WITH PEOPLE. This is the last message I will post to this thread unless you'll say rude and attactive things about me, because the arguement with you so far has been totally unrewarding, unenjoyable, and not so intelligent either.
post #18 of 18
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To Johnapril again If you really knew how to debate with people, you should have justified the relatively dull and uninteresting taste of people for clothes in some particular geographical locations of the US (since you didn't deny that either), and let me know what's the cause of such taste historically, and whether there are some inevitable co-relations between the geography and people's dressing style, put such facts into the bigger perspective of the US culture, commercial customs; and probabaly even have persuaded me on the advantages of being dressed uninterestingly, unimaginatively in terms of culture evolution, economic development, or even political impact, and whatever else, instead of finding faults with my English grammar, blowing up the tiny bits of my writing to use them as weapons to attack my personality in trivial and incoherent way.  IT IS NOT A SOPHISTICATED WAY OF DEBATING WITH PEOPLE. This is the last message I will post to this thread unless you'll say rude and attactive things about me, because the arguement with you so far has been totally unrewarding, unenjoyable, and not so intelligent either.
I'm not going to judge a whole region of people based on a surface detail like clothes. Sure, the American Midwest is drab and dull when it comes to style, but it's a lot of good things that you don't think about because you're so caught up on the glittery surface. But, hey, it's your party. You can cry if you want to.
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