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let me point out to you that this guy, butt ugly or not, is working an honest trade to support himself and his family, and has something to teach you, whether it is about stocks or shooting. you could do a hell of a lot worse in life than spend some time learning about the real world from such a "sleeze-bag". you don't become a gentleman due to the money your family has or where you go to school. being a gentleman is something that you need to learn, and/or grow into.
Thanks globetrotter, that's what I should have written - but you do have six years on me.
maybe, but you can bet your ass in 6 years I will not be able to get a PHd, so we are even
post #92 of 159
To Mica, See now you're spamming. Are you trying to cheat your way up to the 1000 post club?
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(johnapril @ Feb. 17 2005,10:34) In 1986, when I was 17 years old, I owned two pairs of jeans and a bunch of t-shirts and flannel shirts, and one pair of fucked up tennis shoes.  For a coat I wore a brown distressed leather jacket by Banana Republic.  When I came home, I threw the jacket on the floor, kicked the shoes off.  There was no such thing as the Internet, and there was no such thing as the Style Forum, and all I wanted to do was read good books and figure shit out about people.
didn't your profile put you at 43?
That thing's been since fixed. I'm 35. Wish me happy b-day on 10 May.
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Linux_pro: I think if you had only been educated at Westminster also, you and styleman could become very good friends.
let me buy you a virtual beer, dude
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No, I'm not spamming, I am earning my cut of the bet.
lol
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We've got at least another 3 pages before any lockage occurs. No moderators online unless they're invisible. It won't get locked anyway (there's my bet).
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LA Guy, what was the point of this post? LA is not so violent as people make it out to be. I lived in LA for a long time, and had no problems. Well, I take that back, I had some stomach problems because there was this great barbeque place which I loved, and ate at frequently, and it always gave me heartburn and indigestion. But it was SO good I'd eat there all the time. I really have to find that place again. Anyway... why go off on some kid like that? Even if he is full of sh*t, which he may or may not be, what is the point of saying that he'd get hurt in Los Angeles or Boston? That is just silly. And what afterhours club in Inglewood are you referring to?
I don't recall immediately the name of the specific afterhours I was thinking about but was in a light colored pillbox bunker type of building. Does that help you any? I figure I'd take him to the Dragonfly beforehand (he'd probably get in with a proper fake ID), where I got the info from about the afterhours in the first place. South Boston clubs I'm not particularly familiar with, but I know loads of native Irish Bostonians who'd be more than happy to help educate this pr**k. No, LA is not that dangerous, although there are some sketchy areas that you wouldn't immediately think of, El Monte, for example, with its larger than fair share of skanky strip clubs and the accompanying sketchiness. My point was that he would learn a little more humility and stop calling honest people butt ugly and poor, if he was taken out of his little dream world for a while. My idea maybe wasn't the best one. Maybe globetrotter could persuade him to join the Israeli army for, say, a week?
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(globetrotter @ Feb. 17 2005,17:51)
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Originally Posted by johnapril,Feb. 17 2005,10:34
In 1986, when I was 17 years old, I owned two pairs of jeans and a bunch of t-shirts and flannel shirts, and one pair of fucked up tennis shoes.  For a coat I wore a brown distressed leather jacket by Banana Republic.  When I came home, I threw the jacket on the floor, kicked the shoes off.  There was no such thing as the Internet, and there was no such thing as the Style Forum, and all I wanted to do was read good books and figure shit out about people.
didn't your profile put you at 43?
That thing's been since fixed.  I'm 35.  Wish me happy b-day on 10 May.
here I thought you were old and wise, you are a virtual youngster
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I like Diane Arbus' photographs.
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LA Guy, what was the point of this post?  LA is not so violent as people make it out to be.  I lived in LA for a long time, and had no problems.  Well, I take that back, I had some stomach problems because there was this great barbeque place which I loved, and ate at frequently, and it always gave me heartburn and indigestion.  But it was SO good I'd eat there all the time. I really have to find that place again.  Anyway... why go off on some kid like that?  Even if he is full of sh*t, which he may or may not be, what is the point of saying that he'd get hurt in Los Angeles or Boston?  That is just silly.  And what afterhours club in Inglewood are you referring to?
I don't recall immediately the name of the specific afterhours I was thinking about but was in a light colored pillbox bunker type of building.  Does that help you any?  I figure I'd take him to the Dragonfly beforehand (he'd probably get in with a proper fake ID), where I got the info from about the afterhours in the first place.  South Boston clubs I'm not particularly familiar with, but I know loads of native Irish Bostonians who'd be more than happy to help educate this pr**k. No, LA is not that dangerous, although there are some sketchy areas that you wouldn't immediately think of, El Monte, for example, with its larger than fair share of skanky strip clubs and the accompanying sketchiness. My point was that he would learn a little more humility and stop calling honest people butt ugly and poor, if he was taken out of his little dream world for a while.  My idea maybe wasn't the best one.  Maybe globetrotter could persuade him to join the Israeli army for, say, a week?
actually that is the responsiblity of the fool paying his bills.if they want to raise him right, they should take away his watches and make him work summers in construction or some such work where he will have a chance to learn from real people a little bit about the real world. it will make him much happier as an adult.
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Errr, the Internet did exist in 1986. The World Wide Web, however, did not   Outside that I can relate to your post. About that time I wore jeans exclusively and owned what may have been the world's largest collection of Ocean Pacific t-shirts known to man. I was, in essence, Jeff Spicoli. Thank God I left those days in the late 1980s.
Be like that. I was referring to the WWW. I remember in 1990 using something in a computer laboratory at UCD that allowed us to electronically send our midterm papers to our professor. It was a course in environmental something or other, and the point was to have a paperless class. Of course, we took notes on paper. I'm not sure what the point of this is. Oh, yes. So, was the system in my UCD course similar to the "Internet" that existed in 1986? I did not get on to the WWW until August 1998, and by then, so much was going on, no one was talking about the origins of the phenomenon. Everyone was just "checking e-mail." To my naive eyes, it just seemed like the newest addiction.
post #105 of 159
Seems as if we've had this conversation with someone else recently. Although as a newbie myself I am leery of pointing out such things.
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