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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.

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  1. Orgetorix

    Orgetorix Well-Known Member

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    There's no pleasing people here on jacket length. :)
     
  2. clapeyron

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    Experimenting with collars and shoulder expressions. The latter sure look kind of funky...

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  3. Tirailleur1

    Tirailleur1 Well-Known Member

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    Back in Nigeria for Post-Imperial stuff. .
    also met up with wireartist and ivwri. Saw some of the stuff they are working on. it is going to be ultra
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  4. Claghorn

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    I had that same smug smile back in 95 when I saw this (game one in person, though I was perhaps too young to really appreciate what I was witnessing):
     
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  5. Tirailleur1

    Tirailleur1 Well-Known Member

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    bro stop bringing back the good times, it will only make me angrier and sadder. [​IMG]
     
  6. Claghorn

    Claghorn Well-Known Member

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    Nothing will be as good as those times. We had one of the ten best players ever (and of the other best players ever, I doubt any combined size and grace like Hakeem...meaning not only did he dominate...but he was beautiful to watch...something which cannot be said for anyone else).

    But I love the Beard. He's got mad skills and genuinely loves the same (you can see the joy in his face as he plays)
     
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  7. in stitches

    in stitches Well-Known Member

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    :nodding: real talk.

    Big T - love it. Shoe deets?

    Clap - congrats bro!

    I was a HUGE d robinson fan. That vid makes me :(
     
  8. IsteRed

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    Haters will hate.
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  9. mimo

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    Man, you really don't like pythons!

    OK, the shoes were weirdly cool. But this is...making me wonder if you ever wear humans.
     
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    That does not look good.
     
  12. in stitches

    in stitches Well-Known Member

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    Iste - do you hunt much?
     
  13. clapeyron

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    Reminds me of Victor



     
  14. IsteRed

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    Honestly , no, I think one should kill only for idea and in case of need. Enjoying killing, no matter what you are killing, is something i never understood.
     
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  15. Kai

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    Got a custom pocket square from the folks at Luxire.

    They have a design your own square option where you send them a photo file and they print you a pocket square.

    I sent then a file of an old map of the British Empire, and they made me a nice silk pocket square, which I wore today.

    I love the square. Still trying to figure out how to wear it and what to wear it with.

    Today: Jacket by Canali, Tie by Robert Talbot, Shirt, Jos A Banks.

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    Awesome, love that square.
     
  17. in stitches

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    interesting. based off of you leather choices i would have taken you as a hunter. my bad.
     
  18. Caustic Man

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    I think in the case of hunting, enjoying killing is missing the point.
     
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    Then what is the point of hunting?
     
  20. Caustic Man

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    IMO? The challenge, contributing to a healthy ecosystem, the great outdoors, the freshest meat you'll ever find, the trophies. If it were about the killing then that would be the most drawn out part. Any ethical hunter will tell you should take an animal in the quickest and least painful way. Any ethical hunter, that is the vast majority, will only kill an animal in certain vital spots that ensure a quick death, hopefully.
     
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