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It is time for either an intervention of a ass kicking.
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List of my threads going back two months.

I do not think the quantity is excessive, but what about the quality? I mean other than what can be handled in each separate thread.

You're a retired old fart. I won't use the "B" word on you because it triggers me too.
That's like being a NEET, modulo earning the contempt of productive citizens.
So you have plenty of time to keep up before old Doc Alzheimer comes knocking on your frontal lobes.

Is that all? :p
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ed wrote:
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:shock: :shock:
That's going back to 2004. If you missed the early stuff (my juvenilia as it were), just skip it and concentrate on the recent stuff.

You can get the early stuff all at once after The SingularityTM (a leisure service of ITT).
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The flash of light you saw in the sky was not a UFO. Swamp gas from a weather balloon was trapped in a thermal pocket and reflected the light from Venus.

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Nope.

I remember such threads :oldman: but was still dressing hippie dippy due to the neighborhood slipping behind the times.

For more "formal" dressing up (not very often) I still had my graduation suit from Barneys. It was not my bar mitzvah suit but it was very like it.

It was the sort of suit to which the material feelers of this world say "nice material" while feeling it.
As a well informed Gentile, ed would know of those from old Myron Cohen routines, but they really did exist.

They also existed among Italo-Americans so I got both kinds. 8)
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Abdul Alhazred wrote:
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It was the sort of suit to which the material feelers of this world say "nice material" while feeling it.
Reminded me of something from my Algerian times: one of my students appeared one day with a brand new (dark blue) djellaba. He was so proud of it he had me feel the material, saying "it's cloth from France".

It was clearly polyester. :roll:

You must know that you could buy local ones made from camel hair (splendid but expensive), or just wool. I have one of the latter, dark brown in color, in which I totally look like a monk. :lmao: Perhaps I'll take a picture so you'll have a laugh.

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It's the shoes, right?, the shoes are tragic.

From Pyrrho's pic.

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ed wrote:
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It is time for either an intervention of a ass kicking.
Can't we do both?
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How things have changed. :lmao:

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But of course, that was what was fashionable right before those fashion pics (though we customized the wear and tear ourselves).

So maybe 70s stuff is due for a revival. Classic era of pr0n you know. So there's a certain cachet. :BigGrin3:
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