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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. jet

    jet Well-Known Member

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    Good riddens on those sneakers.

    Steve, cancel your fs thread for those boots u knucklehead.
     
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    i knew you'd say this -- and somehow i knew you'd not like to begin with, and i knew you would be right later on. sometimes i wonder how you can offer such pleasant future retrospection before the idea of an event has even been conceived ...
     
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    That's my sweater
     
  6. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Well-Known Member

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    He was our fashion nostradamus....
     
  7. the shah

    the shah Well-Known Member

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    who recommended I watch Tree of Life ? you owe me 2 hours and 20 minutes during which I will profess deep mysteries of the universe in the most nonsensical manner possible, and a mr. coke soda please.
     
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    Synthese Darth Millennial

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    I, and everyone I've ever talked to, have always had good experiences with Helly. Don't really love the look, and I wouldn't really ski in it myself (too short, too fitted). I hope it's roomy enough to let you layer if you need to and be unrestricted, but I think with 20/20 + primaloft you'll be pretty warm and dry. I don't know if you guys need raincoats out where you are or anything though, or if you're skiing schweitzer/ sun valley. Just make sure your pants are up to the task as well, soaked-through thighs on the chairlift are not fun at all. You could probably find a cheaper equivalent on backcountry or similar, but if you like it that much, it's probably worth it.
     
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    Did you say mysteries of the universe?


    [VIDEO][/VIDEO]​
     
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    synth what are your thoughts on shah ditching his alien shoes, thus ending his cosmic journey?
     
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  11. the shah

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    ^ you're a snitch :cry: i swear they didn't fit right


    yes it was you -- i'm calling you this weekend and it will revolve mostly around scientologist ideology as seen through circular objects circa 1988

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  12. g transistor

    g transistor Well-Known Member

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    From what I understand, Space Jam is the next logical step in your film progression.
     
  13. the shah

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    it can't be any worse, downloading now...
    --- the meeting of 3 civilizations, united by a common love, for the love of the game. love and basketball


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    \/ toasty, no i did not. i thought it as too contrived, it bored me out of my senses, i ended up posting rubbish on sf as the movie progressed deeper into the rabbit hole, sean penn has intense eyes that's all i got from it. it was like Blow meets Land of the Lost part VII
     
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  14. gettoasty

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    so after all the film talk, ...

    shah did you end up liking the tree of life?

    i still haven't finished watching it after falling asleep twice

    ^^space jam was cool, can't wait for MIB3
     
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    don't worry jet, another pair of side zips on the way :thumbs-up:

    they were a size too big, and after a year, i am finally ready to let them go. :tears:
     
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    I take no responsibility for the loss of your time, it was a collective recommendation ! Considering that you are selling your alien shoes, it might just be that you're not ready to explore the future, still stuck in the past with your artistic viking films.
     
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    I don't understand, I thought you had seen it already ?!

    edit: ah wait, that was the fountain



    that's almost as bad as people leaving before the end of the endcredits
     
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  18. the shah

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    the fountain was so good :)


    that viking film was worse, i'll give you that. i am not blaming you solely, but expect the aforementioned phone call -- you are the last sacrificial lamb, washing the sins of all others. i am locating the rest who posted that title to populate my ignore list for the first time.

    the alien sneakers have returned to their home, up where they belong [​IMG]

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    I might've posted it too but I haven't actually seen it so I think I should be spared.


    And while we're on the subject of American cinema, I've always liked James Gray.
     
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    Thanks...yeah, I've been looking for that one, actually, based on your rec. I think it's going to be my annual gift card purchase. I did manage to find a short story of his, in one of those bullshit South American, magical-realist kind of anthologies that seem to trivialize thework by emphasizing location and feel-good stereotypes over...the work. But it was pretty rad. Definitely looking forward to more. :slayer:

    Re Film:

    No one's mentioned The Mirror! Surprising. Let's just mention The Mirror and be done with it. It could be like the new Hitler, but for film threads.
     
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