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Recent purchases - Part II

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by scott.m, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. Synthese

    Synthese Darth Millennial Dubiously Honored Moderator

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  2. candrew

    candrew Senior member

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    Heh, I don't live in Boulder, but thanks. I'll keep it in mind when I'm in the area.

    It was a more general statement. I'm around Santa Monica, CA and I've been to a couple bars around West Hollywood and some around La Brea and some around Santa Monica, but it's all 30-somethings.

    Even people who are like "check this new dive bar, general crowd is mid twenties". Then I go there with some friends and it's mid 30s crowd with mid 40s regulars with a few late 20s hanging around the tables. Women in white pant suits and 60s blouses. Men in affliction tees and 7diamonds shirts.

    I will not care about clothing on others if I can at least find people my age...
     
  3. spacepope

    spacepope Senior member

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    Karaoke every Saturday at 10 come watch me bus and tip anywhere between 100-500% [​IMG]

    But for real karaoke is terrible.
     
  4. smashwindow

    smashwindow Senior member

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    Whhaaaat you work at zanmai? :slayer:
     
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    Aeneas Senior member

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  6. smashwindow

    smashwindow Senior member

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    $350 on B&S
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  7. gettoasty

    gettoasty Senior member

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    i was trying to find a meme for that but nice pickup smashwindow
     
  8. DLester

    DLester Senior member

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    Madrid :inlove:


    Denver must have a good PR firm because "not a pleasant city to live in" is the last thing I think of when I think of Denver. I have only been to the airport and a suburban zone steakhouse, so I can't really judge for myself.
     
  9. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    there's something really funny about a "heritage" ipad case
     
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  10. smashwindow

    smashwindow Senior member

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    Madrid is pretty awesome I love going out there to visit all my mates, they're all still living with their parents makes me feel better bout where I am in life ha.
    Its a little big city. Super concentrated, but its only like 4.5 million people so its hardly a metropolis like NY or Paris and its much more laid back in terms of poeple's attitudes.
    Also people take dressing up seriously, don't even think of going to a resteraunt in shorts, if you're going to one of the posh clubs like Pacha you better have a dress shirt and some proper shoes on, unless you've got a hook up in the club. Or a wallet full of 500 euro bills.

    Denver isn't all bad its just a big sprawl like a lot of american cities, there is lodo which is the new pricey trendy part of town with some decent resteraunts, and young people plus its next to coors field, but no decent shops. Then there's Cherry Creek which is like the old money part of town with a nice mall and country club. Other than that its pretty much either burbs or ghetto or industrial.

    Boulder is pretty idyllic, but if you aren't active people will make you feel bad about yourself because you don't road bike or go to the gym 5 times a week. Plus colorado has the most lax marijuana laws in the country its basically legalized and theres dispenseries everywhere.

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  11. Fuuma

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    I can't stand those fucking health nut cities, I was in Boston last sept and everyone was fucking jogging and I got caught in a super big cancer walk while I was smoking a cig..
     
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  12. smashwindow

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    Boulder is the BIGGEST health nut city in the world.
    Sometimes I forget that they're are fat people.
     
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    this is hilarious
     
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  14. snake

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    What's worse is living downtown and having to see that go down on a monthy basis. It's like the world just stops.
     
  15. Urthwhyte

    Urthwhyte Senior member

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    Yea but at least in Boston the health nuts are just a vocal minority. Plenty of fat people and chain smokers to make up for them
     
  16. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Senior member

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    I'd rather be around health nuts than fat people.
     
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    lol at being caught by a cancer walk while smoking, worst part is when old people lecture you about smoking imo.
     
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  18. Urthwhyte

    Urthwhyte Senior member

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    The US needs to adopt Jante Law. Scandinavia does it right
     
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  19. BB1

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    If Jante Law were magically applied to this forum....

    Uncontrol would be outcast for his non-conforming style
    Jet would would be abolished for broadcasting his elitists tastes
    Drew would be sent away for attempting to be the Steve Jobs of the fashion industry
    Mr. Moo would dare not show us that Rolex (or even buy it to begin with)

    By means of the Law of Jante people stamp out each other's chances in life and ensure sameness in the name of the great and powerful "we".
     
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  20. Biggskip

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    Didn't know what this was so I looked up and read the wiki.


    Yeah, taken at Its root level, this pretty much sounds like the true form of Communism. No thanks!
     

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