Alright homos, let's talk Homeland again.

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Alright homos, let's talk Homeland again.

Post by Shapecharge » Mon Oct 06, 2014 7:03 pm

Did anybody watch the premier two episodes last night? Our man Quinn is on the edge of losing it. I thought both episodes were awesome. Let's hope they can maintain.

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Post by baffled » Tue Oct 07, 2014 1:32 am

I'm not getting roped back in.

I know we're bros and all, but I can't do it. Between work and going back to school, I'm not going down that path. I won't have the emotional reservoir to withstand the inevitable free fall.
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Post by Shapecharge » Tue Oct 07, 2014 3:02 pm

Dang. Alright brother I understand. And you're most likely right but I'll take the pain.

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Post by baffled » Wed Oct 08, 2014 1:52 am

Somebody's gotta wear it. I appreciate your willingness to get in on that.

I work in the ghetto now, so I may be carving out time to get into The Wire.

Really one of the best shows ever?
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Post by Shapecharge » Wed Oct 08, 2014 1:53 pm

Seems like it's on every critics list as the very best or top 5. I've never watched it. Almost feel I have to now. My work environment is filled with the most somnolent un-hip douches...I mean they're all alright people but they just don't do anything...maybe go to church 5 nights a week? Anyway I don't have anyone to rap with about stuff like this.

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Post by baffled » Thu Oct 09, 2014 2:56 am

Shapecharge wrote:Seems like it's on every critics list as the very best or top 5. I've never watched it. Almost feel I have to now. My work environment is filled with the most somnolent un-hip douches...I mean they're all alright people but they just don't do anything...maybe go to church 5 nights a week? Anyway I don't have anyone to rap with about stuff like this.
You want to get a Wire thread going and we can swap opinions? Maybe talk shoes and shit?
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Post by Turdacious » Thu Oct 09, 2014 3:00 am

baffled wrote:I work in the ghetto now, so I may be carving out time to get into The Wire.

Really one of the best shows ever?
Think of it as a five season long Baltimore tourism video. And yes.
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Post by Fuzzy Dunlop » Thu Oct 09, 2014 3:03 am

The Wire is the best show evah!

Homeland 1st episode was good, second was a bit slow w/ the action but had some decent plot developments with Carrie putting the screws to Lockhart. I can't believe she almost drowned the fuckin baby. Which reminds me, can we talk about how awesome the casting director is for finding that buttass ugly child that looks like Brody? Carrie, your baby, woof! Actually, that kid kinda looks like it could be the multi-spawn of Buzz, Brody, and Carrie now that I think about it.

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Post by Shapecharge » Thu Oct 09, 2014 1:37 pm

Fuzzy for the fuckin' win! This is hilarious on so many levels. So the wife and I are sitting on the couch watching this shit and I'm thinking, damn, I hope that kid grows grows out of that but I don't say anything. And I look over at my wife, who's a typical chick and doesn't want to be mean about shit just blurts out, "holy shit that's an ugly fucking kid!" I busted a gut over that one. Then the one guy at work that watches it says his wife said the same thing. The entire viewing public probably said the same thing. Maybe the attemped drowning wasn't an act...maybe Claire Danes just said, fuck man I've got to kill this kid.

Baff you fucker, I take shoes very seriously!

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Post by SubClaw » Thu Oct 09, 2014 9:11 pm

baffled wrote:Somebody's gotta wear it. I appreciate your willingness to get in on that.

I work in the ghetto now, so I may be carving out time to get into The Wire.

Really one of the best shows ever?
Yes!

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Post by Shafpocalypse Now » Fri Oct 10, 2014 1:58 am

I wasn't impressed with season 1 of the Wire.

I haven't gone back, though I keep thinking I will.

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Post by baffled » Sat Oct 11, 2014 12:37 am

Shapecharge wrote:Fuzzy for the fuckin' win! This is hilarious on so many levels. So the wife and I are sitting on the couch watching this shit and I'm thinking, damn, I hope that kid grows grows out of that but I don't say anything. And I look over at my wife, who's a typical chick and doesn't want to be mean about shit just blurts out, "holy shit that's an ugly fucking kid!" I busted a gut over that one. Then the one guy at work that watches it says his wife said the same thing. The entire viewing public probably said the same thing. Maybe the attemped drowning wasn't an act...maybe Claire Danes just said, fuck man I've got to kill this kid.

Baff you fucker, I take shoes very seriously!
Hey now. So do I. Thinking of rocking some Nikes for the first time in 6 years.

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Post by Shapecharge » Sat Oct 11, 2014 4:20 pm

I've been rocking a pair of Kenneth Cole boots on Fridays when I wear jeans. They have a higher heel though that makes me feel like Prince a little bit. This is serious.

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Post by baffled » Sat Oct 11, 2014 4:39 pm

When you say you feel like Prince, do you mean you walk like him? Talk like him? Fuck or get fucked like him?

I usually go with boat shoes and a timberland button down on casual, jeans wearing Friday. I have 3 pairs of top siders. I want a fourth.
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Post by Shapecharge » Sat Oct 11, 2014 4:58 pm

You are channeling my younger self my Asian brother. I was a big top sider guy years back so I feel where you're coming from here.

With that higher heel on my boots I feel like wearing shirts with very puffy sleeves. It's hard to find clothes in purple. I'm trying. Got one Calvin Klein polo style in purple so I need to control this Prince thing that I didn't know I had going on till now.

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Post by baffled » Sat Oct 11, 2014 8:47 pm

The Top Siders are great. For some reason, I get asked if I'm a cop or was in the military 4 or 5 times per day. It's probably more on casual days, and it's not an exaggeration.

re: Purple. How do you think a paisley and dark purple vest would work when you go out for after work drinks on Friday nights? http://www.thepurplestore.com/cgi-bin/p ... e_id=14964

A few options that may catch your attention here http://www.thepurplestore.com/men.shtml

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