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There was definitly a certain irony about reading that blog post yesterday, and my interest to bring it here. When I think of these non-geology types that dress this way I am forced to think of places like Boulder and Bozeman, for example.  

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Irish women find flattery abhorrent, writes Emma Comerford, who says this is why they are advised against dating French men.  

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I didn t even know Northface EXISTED until I went to a certain baby ivy school . It still amazes me as to why its so popular. White people LOVE being unique, but they all end up being the same

I love this blog clander . I still want to meet you. I am flying to LAX on March 30 for a four nights of eating well and museums with my daughter and her film maker bf, then dash to Mammoth to ski a couple days than return to Bangor Maine airport which is 150 miles south of our island.

In the great city where he lived, life was always gay. Everyday many strangers came to town, and among them one day came twoswindlers. They let it be known they were weavers, and they saidthey could weave the most magnificent fabrics imaginable. Notonly were their colors and patterns uncommonly fine, but clothesmade of this cloth had a wonderful way of becoming invisible toanyone who was unfit for his office, or who was unusuallystupid.

 
This is definitely an American thing. You can always spot the americans because of the North Face jackets and the outdoor wear!  

Keeping only the clothes that give me a spark of joy has allowed me to relinquish items that I've been keeping out of one kind of guilt or another —that I bought something and never really wore it, because someone else gave it to me, or because it's wasteful to get rid of something that's perfectly 'good.'

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That s because there are too many dipshits on the roads who would not see us otherwise. Of course, there is always the assclown who almost kills me, then tells me: I didn t see you. I usually reply that they should look past their nose.

 
I love outdoorsy people who think that nobody else could possibly be outdoorsy and thus should not be wearing outdoor gear. The worst culprits of this are people who work inside at gear shops and have superiority complexes  

You'll never have to hem and haw about whether something will be useful later, whether you should keep it because it's a 'good shirt' or was expensive or any of that! Note that 'sparking joy' applies perfectly well to items that aren't exactly thrilling but that serve us well. For instance, the cotton camisole that doesn't rise up and is just the right length — that sure sparks joy for me! Socks without holes spark a lot more joy than socks with holes. You get the picture.

If your computer box has important identification material printed on the side, cut that portion from the box or take a photo. The only valid reason to keep tech boxes is if you frequently upgrade your devices and sell your used items. In that case, keeping the original packaging will probably increase their value.

You see a lot of people here in the Denver/Boulder area wearing this type of clothing including myself but a lot of people out here actually do outdoor activities not just talk about it.

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Featuring a velvet coating to prevent clothing slipping off the hanger, these flocking hangers keep ...

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Expensive outdoor cloths are universally popular with all races that can afford them, because the work. What may be different about white people is the pretense that they might actually go camping or something and need such clothes.

And I always feel like the outdoor clothing is an indication that well, we just might have climbed down from the closest snowcapped peak to grab this java at Starbucks. Appearing to be in a state of constant and serious exploration of the outdoors seems to be key.

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The Martyrdom of St Sebastian, by Oscar Rejlander circa 1867 - the earliest photographic representation of this saint in my collection, all three gathered here.

The Martyrdom of St Sebastian, by Oscar Rejlander circa 1867 - the earliest photographic representation of this saint in my collection, all three gathered here.

Complete with the rough edges of which I am so fond, this fascinating photograph on glass was taken in the Atelier Vidal, Paris, 1861 or 1862 - an exceptionally early picture for this collection! The name of the artist’s model is scarcely ever...

Complete with the rough edges of which I am so fond, this fascinating photograph on glass was taken in the Atelier Vidal, Paris, 1861 or 1862 - an exceptionally early picture for this collection! The name of the artist’s model is scarcely ever recorded, here it survives as part of the photograph’s recorded title - Joseph Delmas in the costume of Adam.

One of the earliest photographs of the male nude, an anonymous French Daguerreotype circa 1843. The exposure times were long, the poses necessarily static, though the result in this case is surprisingly sharp, and the image enduringly appealing.

One of the earliest photographs of the male nude, an anonymous French Daguerreotype circa 1843. The exposure times were long, the poses necessarily static, though the result in this case is surprisingly sharp, and the image enduringly appealing.

An extraordinary and fascinating photographic work here, by Thomas Eakins, captured with a similar technique to Muybridge’s sequential photographs, but here superimposed one over another to create something as bizarre as it is interesting. The...

An extraordinary and fascinating photographic work here, by Thomas Eakins, captured with a similar technique to Muybridge’s sequential photographs, but here superimposed one over another to create something as bizarre as it is interesting. The leaping model is none other than Eakins himself.

Eadweard Muybridge (1830 - 1904) was a pioneer in his field, developing a technique of multiple cameras to capture movement of human and animal models at various stages in their stride, or whatever requested action was acted out before his array of equipment. Horses were a favoured topic, being of such importance to daily life at the time rather than a mere hobby as they are to many modern horsemen, myself included!

I was originally going to post just the uppermost picture in my collection simply because it turned up in my searching for artistic nudes of the Victorian era, but have since happened across several other plates featuring the same model and horse (a mare named Pandora, I find it delightful to know her name when so many of my pictures are of anonymous subjects!), and thought some of you may find them of interest.