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post #121 of 159
Correct shoes = oxford Ties Braces Cufflinks Mac Cashmere coat/jumpers/scarves Leather gloves
post #122 of 159
The old days of the internet relived. I remember needing to learn Perl and Unix as an undergrad and the Athena clusters... they had a nice big sign for the W3C headquarters at MIT as well, it was established during my first year.
post #123 of 159
Browning???Browning... How utterly cheesy. Even a low-class American like myself has owned several Browning firearms. At least the "Purdies' [sic] were predictable.
post #124 of 159
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Well, it may sound a little stupid, but when it come to tailored clothing in particular, I really think there is nothing to buy.
If Zara suits are the same as the one I picked up 5 years ago, you would have to buy new suits within a very short time.
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Browning???Browning... How utterly cheesy. Even a low-class American like myself has owned several Browning firearms. At least the "Purdies' [sic] were predictable.
And I wear Zara suits, I really don't see how I am showing off.
post #126 of 159
Ahahahahaha, I guess 17-year olds will always be 17-year olds
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(Styleman @ Feb. 17 2005,17:36) Well, it may sound a little stupid, but when it come to tailored clothing in particular, I really think there is nothing to buy.
If Zara suits are the same as the one I picked up 5 years ago, you would have to buy new suits within a very short time.
The one I have is quite good quality, not as good as the Versace/Zegna etc. but for the money (200 pounds, a good suit)
post #128 of 159
With a 5 suit rotation they will probably last a decent amount of time...
post #129 of 159
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With a 5 suit rotation they will probably last a decent amount of time...
Do you mean the Zara? If so, I will say that the navy one is starting to wear a little, as the middle button is begining to come off. But I do tend to wear that one the most.
post #130 of 159
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The old days of the internet relived. I remember needing to learn Perl and Unix as an undergrad and the Athena clusters... they had a nice big sign for the W3C headquarters at MIT as well, it was established during my first year.
Back in the day (which in WWW time is over 10 years ago), I still remember a friend of mine showing me this new thing she called "the web". I was powerfully addicted instantly and surfed for an entire day using Lynx. First web site I visited? One devoted to Frank Zappa.
post #131 of 159
I remember when MOSAIC came out... now that was a long time ago
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(Styleman @ Feb. 17 2005,18:17) You say it as if I could frankly care less that you think I'm an misapprehension.
I'm going to have to put that through the English<->Westminster Dictionary because as sentences go it was rather tortured. Goodness, a touchy lad, aren't we? Did I identify you as one of the pair? Why I may have been referring to LA Guy or imageWIS. I've always been suspicious of those two
Goodness me that's funny. He is a wanker, isn't he? Jon.
post #133 of 159
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I remember when MOSAIC came out... now that was a long time ago
I was always jealous of those bastards who could run Mosiac. I had a Mac Classic II (monochrome machine and not powerful enough to run a graphical browser) so I was forced to run Lynx for two years before I could afford a PC so I could join the party for real. I miss that browser though...
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Goodness me that's funny. He is a wanker, isn't he?
He's a kid. Kids are all the same until reality makes its unpleasant appearance.
post #134 of 159
drizz - you are MIT alumni? Cool. what was your major? I still use lynx for a majority of stuff and am a religious vi fanatic, and use it for all programming projects I work on (emacs is for losers, sorry). drizz, did you ever hack any assembly or C? got my start after college hacking linux kernel code and was invited to partake in the redhat and va linux IPO's, which was sweet to say the least. have also had the wonderful opportunity to speak at a linux expo, and have beers with alan cox, a wonderful guy, although a little strange. I love unix almost as much as my girlfriend, it is the epitome of engineering craftsmanship. All this talk is getting my geek nostalgia worked up.
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I was always jealous of those bastards who could run Mosiac. I had a Mac Classic II (monochrome machine and not powerful enough to run a graphical browser) so I was forced to run Lynx for two years before I could afford a PC so I could join the party for real. I miss that browser though... He's a kid. Kids are all the same until reality makes its unpleasant appearance.
man... what you talkin' bout, willis?.. Lynx IS for real. And be glad you had a Mac, I was stuck with a goddam CoCo (which I loved nonetheless).. Who needs them flashy annoying GUI's with all their stupid mouse clicks and popup windows and annoying dialogues asking if you really wanted to delete something. Of course I wanted to delete it. Why else would I have done that? No thanks man... CLI and SSH all the way baby. It's as easy as "rm".
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