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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.

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  1. Gerry Nelson

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    Prince of Paisley in Prints of Paisley.
     
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    You idiots. That's floral.
     
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  4. Prince of Paisley

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    You mirin' my greens again brah?
     
  5. California Dreamer

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    I've tried on the Uniqlo jackets and find them way too short. They only come down to about my hips, and I'm not a tall man.

    On an unrelated note, I just bought a house in Bendigo. So I can look forward to the nightmare of contracts, loans and conveyancing for the next 3 months, as well as no buying clothes, shoes etc. After that, penury.
     
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    ^ we lived in B'Go for 6 years a while back.
     
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    Congratulations CD seeing as Mrs GF and I bought a town house in July I can tell you penury is a lot (not) of fun. Except Mrs GF has now decided we now we have to start on the back court yard. Landscaping and Porters lime wash is on the agenda.
     
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    Hey guys - a few of us in SWD started up a SF art magazine - it's meant to be pretty unpretentious and fun.

    Our first issue is around the theme of 'place' and we're welcoming any sort of submissions - photos are good, writing is also lovely, music is cool too, illustrations, watercolours, book reviews, whatever you got.

    Personally I've always liked JM's stories of Asia and Japan a few decades ago, Mr. Nelson's photography, California Dreamer's (sometimes) terse book reviews, and Pink Socks' defense of Halloween.

    So anyway, long story short - get involved, submit!!!!
     
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    Hey, I'm only human.
     
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    How do you submit?
     
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    It's a nice place. Every time we visit we find something new we like. Looks like the racists there have been beaten down as well, which is a plus.
     
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    You email us!
    allstylesconsidered (at) gmail (dot) com
     
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    If you don't already have a finance broker, get in touch with me. [​IMG]
     
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    What the hell is wrong with this year. Now Alan Rickman is gone too.
     
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    Was just waiting for Oscar Noms at midnight, minding my own business, and boom Alan Rickman passed away... He was one of those actors you just don't question mortality with, RIP
     
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    I wouldn't be too sure. B'go is either bogans or old hippies. With a big CEC LoR vote
     
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    2016 can go f#ck itself.
     
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    Nup. 2016 can certainly go fuck itself. I'm over this year already.
     
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    Does anyone really give a fuck that Bowie and rickman died?
    Or are you just saying that because you feel obliged? Because the media has been full of lament?

    Were they really making any substantial ongoing contributions to the world?

    Bowie hasn't created anything notable for decades
    Rickman will be easily replaced for the next cheesy Severus snape role that he would have been recruited for

    People die all the time. We all will
    What is so devastating about these particular individuals?

    This is the kind of behaviour one expects on Facebook
     
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