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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. diniro

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    had some the other day. Kind salty but I mainly wanted to try their new habanero ranch sauce, which was pretty good. Had a little kick. Should be good with nuggets. I eat McD once every 6 months if that.
     
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    wait, so ... seriously, no one has posted this yet?

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    posted 15 pages ago, topic refuses to die
     
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    Speaking of awesome fast food, Doritos Locos Tacos could easily be one of the most incredible intersections of deliciousness, easy marketability, stoner appeal, and crunchy + soft mouthfeel.
     
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  5. BreezyBirch

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    any designers ever make any Moebius inspired stuff? I want to dress like Arzak or the Starwatcher.....<3
     
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    This is not Keynesian economics
     
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    RFT: rick owens sternberg has to be my favorite leather from their range
     
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  8. ShoutOutsFoMyBo

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    i wish i was a bird

    with beautiful plumage
     
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    15 year olds earn $12 AUD here in shopping centers.
     
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    This waiter talk is funny because chefs have it a million times harder :/
     
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    m.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2013/03/when-the-money-gets-too-big-trollopes-london.html
     
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    i wrote a post about how the tipping system actually sucks because chefs have it way worse because they work 16 hours a day everyday especially the weekends and they get paid $8/hour while waiters get $25 /hour. the owners can't do shit cuz margins are already tight and waiters don't tip out chefs. you basically make money as a chef only if you own the place. if restaurants took no tips and owners raised prices or owners charged mandatory service charges they could redistribute the money and have more equitable incomes for everybody.

    if you think about it 20% of your bill goes to people who take the order and run your food and a small portion of the rest of the bill goes to the people who make your food. and you're not there primarily for the service. you're there for the food

    you don't also ever see chefs complain as much as waiters even tho they earn far less and work more
     
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  15. Razele

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    Yeah I would agree re: Chefs

    You have no idea how many patients in D&A services are like "I'm a chef"
     
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    Also what's the go with SF being the centre of white professional class privilege??

    If your dad rapes you when your young, pimps you for opiates and your mum has schizophrenia, you can't tell me that 'your just not trying hard enough' and 'they just need to pull it together' etc etc

    I thoroughly suggest people go read about the concept of privilege before they grandstand about how people are just lazy etc
     
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  17. momentoftruth

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    I like the title on the first one Fuuma, what's it about?
     
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  19. Fuuma

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    It is about people in this thread.

    "Chatelet is well-known in France for his political pamphlet Vivre et penser comme des Porcs, De l'incitation à l'envie et à l'ennui dans les démocraties-marchés, Exils[4] (To Live and Think Like Pigs, Envy and boredom in market- economy democracies) which was published in 1998. Vivre et penser comme des Porcs was a polemical essay in which he denounced liberalism which according to him its effectiveness relied on a triple alliance between the "tertiary" spheres of politics, economics and cybernetics, or communication technologies.

    In a collection of his political writing titled Les Animaux malades (Sick Animals of Consensus),[5] he rejected what he considered as a widespread human domestication process imposed by the New World Order. He called for a new philosophy to combat the disastrous effects of the decomposition of both the libertarian optimism and cynicism which in his opinion had become a pseudo-liberal sham."

    I gave this book to le RJMan so you could be the second styleforumner I've convinced to read it.
     
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  20. momentoftruth

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    I just read this

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    so I might check out Chatelet's too. Sounds like it could be interesting
     
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