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Clothing? So now clothing = classic?
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Crackers = smackers though in England and dots of Haver-revei, cracker-smack smack = item n, o ,p
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John April, I want some of what you are on. Ernest: Cafe racer style leather jackets are definitely streetwear.
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Yes ernie. You have angered the streetwear gods and now you face banishment from the main forum, forever as farmer. this was a warning. next time will be your last. as la guy said, be careful boys.
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Yes ernie. You have angered the streetwear gods and now you face banishment from the main forum, forever as farmer. this was a warning. next time will be your last. as la guy said, be careful boys.
Actually, that that thread seemed like it had the potential to descend into a flamewar, thus the warning.
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John April, I want some of what you are on. Ernest: Cafe racer style leather jackets are definitely streetwear.
Good to have a forum for teenagers. I was fed up with all these shoddy clothes on the main forum.
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Maybe we need a farmer's forum. A place to discuss brown overalls, and such.
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Maybe we need a farmer's forum.  A place to discuss brown overalls, and such.
Carhartts. That is all you need to know. Oh, and coveralls for the winter.
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Good to have a forum for teenagers. I was fed up with all these shoddy clothes on the main forum.
Ha. Now that's gold. I've been zinged and I love it.
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John April, I want some of what you are on.
Ditto. Jon.
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I call mod. of the Farmer forum.
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(LA Guy @ April 01 2005,11:25) John April, I want some of what you are on.
      Ditto. Jon.
I think he's familiar with Belinda
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I think he's familiar with Belinda
Belinda, one of Born Free's first patients, appreciates that open-ended help. "I've gotten my life back," she says, "and now I can deal with things that occur. Before, I was drugged out and sick of life. I was at pretty much the bottom. I'd rather be dead than be on drugs again." Before entering the Born Free program, Belinda says, she had struggled with cocaine addiction for about 11 years. After her third child was born exposed to cocaine, Child Protective Services (CPS), as is usual in such cases, took her child away and put Belinda in a six-month treatment program. Belinda relapsed within a year. But when she found out she was about three months pregnant with her fourth child, she came to Born Free upon a CPS referral. Belinda has now been drug-free for six years. She says, "It was a blessing that Dr. Hope Ewing [the Born Free medical director] had a heart to help. She saved my life, and my son's. She gave me a second chance at life."
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(jmswentworth @ April 01 2005,13:43) I think he's familiar with Belinda
Belinda, one of Born Free's first patients, appreciates that open-ended help. "I've gotten my life back," she says, "and now I can deal with things that occur. Before, I was drugged out and sick of life. I was at pretty much the bottom. I'd rather be dead than be on drugs again." Before entering the Born Free program, Belinda says, she had struggled with cocaine addiction for about 11 years. After her third child was born exposed to cocaine, Child Protective Services (CPS), as is usual in such cases, took her child away and put Belinda in a six-month treatment program. Belinda relapsed within a year. But when she found out she was about three months pregnant with her fourth child, she came to Born Free upon a CPS referral. Belinda has now been drug-free for six years. She says, "It was a blessing that Dr. Hope Ewing [the Born Free medical director] had a heart to help. She saved my life, and my son's. She gave me a second chance at life."
Does this mean you are?
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