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Beta or VHS?

I thought most of the 'young ones' were Beta!
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post


Ps what is this "sprezz" PoP talks of?


I'm afraid that we're not allowed to tell you, otherwise Lino Ieluzzi (he of the perma-tan, unbuckled double-monks, scarf in pocket and askew tie) will get his "friends" to pay a visit to make an offer that we can't refuse!
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post


Ps what is this "sprezz" PoP talks of?


I'm afraid that we're not allowed to tell you, otherwise Lino Ieluzzi (he of the perma-tan, unbuckled double-monks, scarf in pocket and askew tie) will get his "friends" to pay a visit to make an offer that we can't refuse!

 

Come on, Michael Sy, make this come true...

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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post


I'm afraid that we're not allowed to tell you, otherwise Lino Ieluzzi (he of the perma-tan, unbuckled double-monks, scarf in pocket and askew tie) will get his "friends" to pay a visit to make an offer that we can't refuse!

 

70% off everything at Al Bazar?

post #43940 of 53790
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Originally Posted by Plestor View Post

Eh? Most anime groups still use it.

Still up but past their existinction threshold lol8[1].gif

Not exactly a lot of people go through the trouble to get via xdcc when torrents are so convenient. Back in the days when torrents were new, resource hogging, under-seeded things xdcc was still popular. Now torrents are fine.


Anyway: http://www.ikea.com/au/en/catalog/products/10217377/#/30167102

Thoughts on these Ikea hangers?
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Anyway: http://www.ikea.com/au/en/catalog/products/10217377/#/30167102

Thoughts on these Ikea hangers?

Just my subjective taste, but all of the Ikea hangers I've seen are too narrow (ie the arms are not very thick and thus don't support shirts or jackets very well).
post #43942 of 53790
blah they are a bit slim but they are absolutely the right price. Around $1 each. I'd get 2 packs =16 and then slowly replace with mei + picchi nice thick curved ones with trouser slip bar thingo for suits & jackets..The Ikea will be fine for shirts at 2 per hanger etc or 2 trousers per hanger- to stop slipping.
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SOS any decent spots to eat drink near Hordern Pavilion, Sydney...

Thanks Gentlemen
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SOS any decent spots to eat drink near Hordern Pavilion, Sydney...

Thanks Gentlemen

 

If you're talking immediate vicinity, the Japanese restaurant (Kenzi?) is probably the best I've been to around the Entertainment Quarter - the food was good and they had a fair range of Japanese beers & sake.  There's also the Bavarian just up the path from it, if you're looking for a mega-schnitzel and stein.  

 

Alternatively, if you've got a wider range (2kms-ish), then there is a fair selection along Cleveland Street in Surry Hills or Oxford St Paddington.

 

Good luck!

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Know where's cool?

 

Taiwan.

 

LM out!

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LM - you in Taiwan now?
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Any Aussies here interested in buying a Brand New Size Small Patrik Ervell Pocket Sweater (Dark Turquoise) from me? See signature. They retail for $US310 and that is not including shipping (OBO).

http://carsonstreetclothiers.com/pocket-sweater.html
Edited by click here - 1/8/14 at 3:09am
post #43948 of 53790
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Also, rofl @ people paying for video content. The less I pay for videos, the more I have for #menswear purchases

As our copper network has to pass across bush land I can't download anything.

That said, I don't mind paying for DVDs - they've dropped a lot in price over the years and the increased quality is worth it.
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foxy - when I said about usenet "of the future" I assume you didn't see my raised eyebrow. I was using USENET back when - with nn, tin, lynx and then Forté Agent, USENET as I knew it is dead. There are bugger all servers and most ISPs dont even carry it anymore and years ago most stopped carrying alt.binaries.* {wink}

I was an early participant/veteran/survivor of alt.religion.scientology as well as the almost as violent and dangerous irl - rec.aus.hifi

 

Best newsgroup for my money was alt.folklore.urban

 

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This on high on my to-watch list, just need to find some time to sit down and actually watch it.
Best paid VPN service? About to get NBN hooked up in the new house, I've been looking at Witopia...

 

I use Astrill when in China. It has servers all over the world. With the basic account you can only have one device using VPN at a time, but it works on mobiles as well as laptops.

 

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Probably something that died when the telephone came into existence, who can really know?

 

Also, rofl @ people paying for video content. The less I pay for videos, the more I have for #menswear purchases

 

It would make much more sense to do it the other way around: steal your menswear so you can purchase lots of movies legally.

post #43950 of 53790

my mum and i were going through my dads and grandpas winter clothing from the 70's and 80's, apart from the huge down jackets that make you look like michelin man, we found a couple of gloverall duffle coats which both fit me pretty well in size 34 and 36.

 

http://www.gloverall.com/shop-item?id=154 but in full length.

 

http://www.gloverall.com/shop-item?id=150

 

looks like i dont need to buy as many winter clothes

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