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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.
He was our fashion nostradamus....
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.
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.
Did you say mysteries of the universe?
synth what are your thoughts on shah ditching his alien shoes, thus ending his cosmic journey?
^ you're a snitch 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
From what I understand, Space Jam is the next logical step in your film progression.
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
\/ 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
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
don't worry jet, another pair of side zips on the way
they were a size too big, and after a year, i am finally ready to let them go. :tears:
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.
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
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
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.
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.
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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