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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by impolyt_one, Jan 7, 2011.
Who the fuck do you think you are, Tagutcow?
omg permutations. nCx = n!/(n-x)!x! so uh , out of how many options can we choose to make combinations? changed formula since order doesn't matter
must use these formulas before i forget them again for Level II exams. brain feels like
oil cloth technical/utility vest with leather details and nylon webbing straps. Maybe some wool in there too. Lightly insulated so we don't get any Michelen men up in hurr.
or something that has an oil cloth body and leather sleeves with the zip cuff, like dark green oil cloth with black calf sleeves and goldish hardware. maybe removable sleeves?
FUCK those would be so good.
oil cloth T1
finally, jmatsu has a challenger in the aesthetically challenged category
some advice...next time, crop your head as it detracts from fits
oh btw, nice fit with the jacket
I have a blacked out 2010 double rider, can anyone from the temple tell me what size snaps are on the collar? I need some to get some male ones for the fur collar...
Any chance of a sample sale Drew?
nah, we don't have any samples to sell at the moment actually. Maybe later.
And hey look, another troll up there.
Level II is (or at least used to be) mostly accounting man, just nail that and you will be good.
I don't know, because we use colloquial names for all of those components. All you need to do is measure the diameter with the metric side of a ruler and google it, they are standardized things. From 2010 onward we used a nipple snap with a heavy receptor rather than the lighter wide mouth snaps we used on earlier models.
now there's an idea.
I can get you as many of these as you need, facelift model too. They'd be RHD but maybe you could do a number job, or just get a dealer's license and drive it on dealer plates. I don't want any of your kids though.
Would oilcloth work for a spring trench/rain coat? I've read that, at one point, oilcloth was (maybe still is) used to make Duster coats.
Yeah it will, that is the plan. Oiled cotton is not 100% waterproof but it's pretty close, so it will make a very fine wet weather garment. We're starting now, so that we time it right.
I don't have any money [or kids] atm for a project car. maybe in 5 years
that is one sexy car though and looks like it's in great condition.
Too bad it's auto and not yellow
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