Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. Big Pun

    Big Pun Senior member

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    Wanna buy a lot of stuffs from a sufu seller, but he has neg rep, and all his threads are just him bumping them, he seems to have no feedback whatsoever. Do I dare take the plunge?
     


  2. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    I'm so uneducated about all three of those items. Would a Michigan SF meet-up be the least stylish SF meet-up ever from a strictly geographical perspective?

    edit: no wait, I think some people visited robbie once.


    No we will go to a burned down house on warren for ultimate post-apocalyptic setting. Wear your OV tee and bring some animal crackers. I'm in wisconsin right now can bring some cheese from shibbel's goat farm. B is half cuban and can roll fresh tobacco for us. Excellent [​IMG]
     


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    Wanna buy a lot of stuffs from a sufu seller, but he has neg rep, and all his threads are just him bumping them, he seems to have no feedback whatsoever. Do I dare take the plunge?
    negative feedback is not an indication of the possible selling experience on sufu.
     


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    porschemad911 Senior member

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    I can see $25. Espresso back in LA goes for $2-$6 depending on the coffee bar. At least for me, my machine paid for itself in a couple of weeks, I mean, several months.

    Yeah, I paid $1300 for a Rancilio Rocky machine / Silvia grinder combo about 3 years ago now. Man that was painful at the time (stepping up from $1xx machines) ... but 3 years later I have to say, so worth it.

    Has easily paid for itself ... virtually never have coffee out any more, except if travelling and know of a highly-renowned cafe that I just have to try. Plus, combined with some decent, freshly roasted beans (my special reserve coffee subscription costs $10 a week and supplies me and my fiance with plenty -- random allocation each time is a lot of fun), a big step up in quality from buying out as well. Depends what's nearby to you of course.

    I do have to say though, for coffee easily the best value is my travel kit. Aeropress + filter disc + Kyocera ceramic burr hand grinder was like $130 on a special combo deal, and with afore-mentioned fresh beans, the flavour is wonderful! Different to espresso, but so yum. I look forward to having coffee in hotel rooms now when I'm travelling [​IMG]
     


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    These Junya all white sorel's are dope! [​IMG]
     


  6. KitAkira

    KitAkira Wait! Wait! I gots an opinion!

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    Yeah, I paid $1300 for a Rancilio Rocky machine / Silvia grinder combo about 3 years ago now. Man that was painful at the time (stepping up from $1xx machines) ... but 3 years later I have to say, so worth it.
    Kind of contemplating that plunge, but I do fine with my current machine, I just enjoy the experience
     


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  8. notwithit

    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    I do have to say though, for coffee easily the best value is my travel kit. Aeropress + filter disc + Kyocera ceramic burr hand grinder was like $130 on a special combo deal, and with afore-mentioned fresh beans, the flavour is wonderful! Different to espresso, but so yum. I look forward to having coffee in hotel rooms now when I'm travelling [​IMG]

    This intrigues me. I may have to research further. At home I just have a conical burr grinder (I forget the brand, but it was really cheap, like $90 on sale) and a ceramic drip cone. Makes decent coffee with the light roast I get from Whole Foods and unbleached paper filters.

    Also, it's starting to sound like seeing Fucked Up on Sunday may be a necessity rather than a choice.
     


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    Wanna buy a lot of stuffs from a sufu seller, but he has neg rep, and all his threads are just him bumping them, he seems to have no feedback whatsoever. Do I dare take the plunge?

    That makes NO difference on SuFu. I'm the same way over there, I've sold nothing on there, and 2 guys got mad because I wouldn't sell them shit at like 50% off my asking price so they neg'd me. Ask if he has feedback elsewhere that he can supply........and if you're paying by paypal you're always covered.
     


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    From Rick Owen's new collection: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] You know... something about these looks extremely fucking comfortable. I might have to start shopping at Forever 21 and see if I can ape this... And I love in the top pic that one of the guys on the sides is wearing Rick sneakers. [​IMG] Maybe that's kinda like wearing the band you're going to see's t-shirt...
     


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    fuck dont do this to me, those were some of the worst looks from the show. [​IMG]
     


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    that reminds me of equilbrium the movie
     


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    Honestly, I think it's cool, in that dystopian sci-fi future way. But, I like the top halves, but if you just had pants in the same textures/materials instead of the tunics, it'd be much more wearable. Unless we want to bring a little Baghdad to LA and if I wanted that, I'd go hang with the cabbies in front of the Bev Center... [​IMG]
     


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    I don't think most people would take it as fashion dress and see you as just a practitioner of Islam.
     


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    Givenchy SS 2012 via MRPORTER, who call this "surf, 50s style prints and a west coast vibe."

    [​IMG]
     


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