Nestle CEO wants to privatize YOUR air.

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  1. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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  2. mistawiskas

    mistawiskas kik n a and takin names

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    Yeah....."After 15 years of eating GM food products in the USA...not one single case of illness has come from eating them to date"...."no harm"

    The eating health of the USA does not help his pitch.

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  3. Goofus Maximus

    Goofus Maximus Too old to be this dumb!

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    The creepiest part of that comparison is the fact that they make thongs that big. I feel sorry for the scrap of cloth being ground between such wrestling zeppelins.

    Of course, in Europe, they make up for any lack of obesity with their overabundance of smoking and alcoholism... :)
  4. MSP

    MSP Haunting a dead forum...

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    Amen brother! Certain types of clothing should stop at a particular size: thongs, bikinis, stretch pants, hip hugger jeans, etc. And ALL clothing should stop at 2XL. If you're North of 300 pounds then it's time to learn how to sew! :)
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    mistawiskas kik n a and takin names

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    Want to hear what's really sad? I'm at the perfect weight and build for my age. I have a hard time finding things in my size.
    There are plenty of jeans in the 38-48 waste range though. Just try finding a pair of 30/32's though.
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  6. Torx

    Torx Indigenous Nudist

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    preach on bretheren.

    not a single size 30 to be found. gotta go to some hipster queerish store just to find clothes my size.. and im NOT a hipster. so go figure.
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    mistawiskas kik n a and takin names

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    Imagine me shopping for work jeans in a hipster shop. That'd be as out-of-place as a hicky on a hemohroid.
  8. tex

    tex jive turkey

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    where the fuck are you guys shopping? I moved from a 30/32 to a 34" about 2 years ago and never had/have problems finding pants. the shelves are overflowing with 28/30/32, assuming you don't wear something freakish like 32/40. And this in texas, which is supposed to be the fatass state (wait, maybe we're on to something...)

    also interesting note discussing pants sizes: http://www.esquire.com/blogs/mens-fashion/pants-size-chart-090710
    I get my dress pants tailored at jos a bank, and when wearing a 34" (or so I thought, dockers and levis at least,) was surprised to go in and measured as a 37". Ignorance is bliss gentlemen. (And jos a bank's buy 2 get 5 free is heaven on earth, and makes decent suits affordable)
  9. mistawiskas

    mistawiskas kik n a and takin names

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    Myself, I'm shopping in a city where nearly every store went out of business because of the depression recession. There just aren't that many choices here. Even the Jos A. Banks 30 miles away is going out of biz.
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    tex jive turkey

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    Kohls is dirt cheap and has pants in 30 & 32 (even some 28/29s.) The dockers 33" fits me like a glove but they're hard to find
  11. mistawiskas

    mistawiskas kik n a and takin names

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    The nearest Kohls is 35 miles away. This is one of the downfalls of living in a rural area. I find jeans, but there are lots of times I have to put off getting them
    until a fresh shipment arives. Oh well, ripped up jeans are in style anyhow. ;)