Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. toothsomesound

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    Many poor souls out there will buy it, I'm sure. What I find especially funny is that it's a dying format. They're like 5+ years too late.
     
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    I just find it retarded that a 5$ USB is more expensive than their cardcases and almost the price of their scarf....rufahreel?
     
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    Yeah, but when you go to the library to use the computers there since you can't afford to buy your own computer after buying that, the homeless man sitting next to you will know you ball hard.
     
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    Anyone know a place in NYC that would be good to get a ring stretched a bit?

    Also the press a button, go to the top of the page thing is getting worse. (Post a reply, spoiler tags, etc. etc.)
     
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    I'm with you on Lynch. Until he did Inland Empire. Being able to shoot and edit endlessly on video made Lynch crazy and made that movie a sprawling unfocused mess. But Wild at Heart is my favorite Cage movie. It took David Lynch to channel Cage's weirdness into something usable and deliberately ironic, as opposed to the accidental irony of basically every other Nic Cage movie except Leaving Las Vegas.


    Haha. I forgot about that movie. I actually like that one. Cage's hair alone made it worth watching.

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    Speaking of which, The Many Bad Haircuts of Nicolas Cage: http://stars.ign.com/articles/908/908074p1.html
     
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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    The reason this happens is that everything here is Javascript based, and if you click a button before the Javascript is finished loading, it doesn't know what to do so it just sends you to the top of the page.

    Huddler is a real POS.
     
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    ^^^
    it really is.
     
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    why do I find myself wanting a varsity again? dat sf/sufu groupthink. fu.
     
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    what other types of wool knits should i look at if i like baby alpaca?
    edit: or maybe go with cotton knits?
     
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    Hm, interesting point. But sadly, I think it was this very thing that ruined Buffy when it moved to comic form. Apparently, a budget was a very good thing for Joss Whedon.



    That's one of my favorite scenes from any movie, where Cage is just so flabbergasted he's been dumped, and he just rages out and is all like, I am THE MAN, Peggy Sue. I've got THE HAIR. :rotflmao:

    Headsplosion: Nic Cage singing with Jim Carrey. Joan Allen watches.


    [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
     
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    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    why stop at one or two ? get them all

    Angora wool
    Cashmere wool (from Kashmir, of course)
    |->Pashmina (nepalese perhaps?)
    Chiengora wool
    Llama wool
    Mohair
    Boiled (felted) wool

    please don't go with cotton, most cotton seems so boring. gabardine is nice since makes the stiff fabric have some character. but i tell you, there is a world of lovely fabrics about which we can enjoy writing ballades
     
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    I repeat, cotton is the WORST, don't do that. You need to try mohair.
     
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    oh i dont doubt that ill enjoy writing ballads about all those types of wool, i just want something that has the same properties as alpaca. light, warm but not over-heating ..
     
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    ive got a mohair sweater, and a scarf coming in :devil: (you know which one) so im going to have to learn to embrace the shed
     
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