After reading this, youâ€™ll want to slap the living shit out of me!! Show me the Failed Pilot reader that can step to my look!! Iâ€™m bringing the Moc-Toe back (to moderately-sized cities). Though I eschew flashiness, Hipster Action Figure clothing, try to embrace subtlety and â€œbasicsâ€Â, rocking a style that Jeffrey Jensen likes to call â€œMath Rock Bass Playerâ€Â (a joke that might have made sense in 1995), I have taken it upon myself to explode the love of the bird hunting boot. My daily pair was manufactured by Browning, has ten eyelets, and hugs my dogs in dark brown kangeroo leather. Oh my, look whoâ€™s here!! I wear 31/30 or 30/30 Leviâ€™s 517â€™s (two pairs black, two blue) every single dayâ€¦.turned up a little at the cuffsâ€¦.or not at all. Iâ€™m easy!! The doctor is inâ€¦â€¦â€¦.saaaaaaaaaaaaaaane!!! My favorite t-shirt is the gray 50/50 American Apparel track shirt (I own three), I like the Memphass inoffensive boogie/proto-power popÂÂ of Zuider Zee and the comfort of my original tee promoting their only Columbia Records release, and lastly,ÂÂ Iâ€™m looking for ABAÂÂ repro caps for The Memphis Tams, The Memphis Sounds, and/or The Memphis Pros. Get in touch!! Iâ€™m a 7 1/8. Iâ€™m pretty easy to pick from a crowd. I alternate between two pairs of sunglasses. One pair was made from frames purchased in Manhattan last year (and finished up in an Ikeâ€™s optical department), and my primaries are Oliver Peoples tortoise shell quasi-Wayfarer style. I switch out the buckle (owned since 1995) between brown (boutique) and black (Leviâ€™s) belts, depending on my color of shoes. Did I mention my watch geekdom? I love watches!! Too bad watches cost so much money!! Smash and grab!! For swimming, fishing, hiking and general outdoor messiness, I wear a Casio diverâ€™s watch (purchased from Target 4 years ago). For more â€œurbanâ€Â affairs, I wear a Zodiac (a Sea Dragon with a white face) that was a wonderful gift from my girlfriend. I wear white socks from Target. I own a black, light brown/tan, and a Seer Sucker Suit.
I remain entertained by the first 15 minutes of Maximum Overdrive, and the entirety of Sharkyâ€™s Machine, even though certain Adult Swim writers are busy neutralizing the Reynolds/Hal Needham aesthetic of the latter. I watched both last night.