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Dude get Paint.Net. It's from Microsoft, free, and awesome. (not something you see everyday, huh? )
Between the Office photo editor and basic MS Paint, I'd choose MS Paint which will rotate an image with no distortion (look in Start -> all programs -> accessories) but Paint.NET is still a better free alternative. Actually, Paint.NET is not from Microsoft per-say, it just requires Microsoft's .NET framework to run. Paint.NET is actually opensource (freeware) and was developed at MIT as a "Microsoft mentored" project. GIMP is awesome but since it was developed for linux and later ported to Windows, it has a bit of a learning curve when it comes to navigating around the program. sorry for rambling, I'm a geek....
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Two percent homme Hare lookalike m65 AE shirt Imperial Dukes Vans.
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Originally Posted by stylish View Post
I take it that's your dad in the second pic? It's funny, my grandad also seems to play that instrument. What's it called again? He also plays the harmonica (though that is not completely relevant).

A bit random, I know, but thats what I'm like...

My grandma made my dad play the accordian when he was a kid. He hates it...
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I already explained on sufu, when I rotate a vert photo it squashes it, so I have to stretch to get it back to normal. here's an unrotated and unmodified (all I did was resize down to 25%) photo for reference.


or download google's picassa. it's free and has basic editing stuff like resize, crop, rotate, even contrast, etc.
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Zegna shirt
Earl jeans
Zegna belt
CH driving mocs
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Red, white and blue for Memorial Day. Munsingwear vintage polo Rag & Bone RB14 Mexico 66 Official AAAC Trad Timex watch with grosgrain strap Music for Memorial Day, Iced Earth "The Glorious Burden".
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or download google's picassa. it's free and has basic editing stuff like resize, crop, rotate, even contrast, etc.

I am partial to Irfanview. Have used it for ages now and it does everything and a bit more. Good for a free program
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hehe, I love that it was a discussion about my supposed hair loss and family relations when I slept

Sorry guys, the accordian player isnt a relative at all, he was playing (with two more people) swedish folk music on that weird boat/ferry trip I mentioned. He seemed like a great guy though, so I wouldnt mind if he was my grandpa...

regarding my hair, Ive shaved it for style reasons the last 8 years or so, but I think it might have started thinning out on the top along the way, so I guess there wont be any more fancy hair cuts for me.
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soundtrack of my day:



NIKE jacket
STUSSY t-shirt
DIOR jeans
COS shoes
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Cplus Rick Owens Sams NDC
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Cplus
Rick Owens
Sams
NDC

Too funny, I knew I had seen that face before....saw you on Market St yesterday.
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Uninspired. Tried painting today, but nothing came of it.

Anywho.

Hand-me-down blazer.
Jcrew Sweater
Levi's
Ralph Lauren boots
Rayban wayfarers.

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Not today, but something from a week or so ago.
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^ Amazing fit and pic.
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