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It’s been almost a month since we last talked denim, so today we’re talking denim, natch. In fact, we’re talking natch denim, specifically this Natural Dye Selvedge Jean Jacket from Niuhans. Sometimes I like to sit by myself and ponder the question: does the world need another super expensive Type III variation? I put on a soothing song, typically something by Dido. Remember Dido? Did you know her full name is Dido Florian Cloud de Bounevialle O'Malley Armstrong? That’s what Wikipedia says and I trust the internet for all things trivia. I also trust the internet for banking, shopping, and medical advice. I doubt Sandra Bullock’s character in 1995’s breathlessly technophobic cyber thriller The Net would approve of my reliance on such a dangerous and unpredictable technology. What was that character’s name again? Oh yeah, I don’t give a fuck, because we don’t cotton to that type of luddite nonsense around these parts. No, around these parts, we only cotton to 100 percent organic Tanzanian cotton that’s been dyed with natural gardenia and woven into a selvedge jean jacket (sorry, natch gardenia; got to keep it consistent). WIldly restrictive parameters for what we will and will not cotton to are what keep this blog from descending into utter chaos. I’m sure that, in the LA area, there are at least six screenwriters working on drafts of uber-topical horror movies about Snapchat. Of course, they can’t call Snapchat Snapchat, so they’ve all come up with different fake names for hip messaging apps, like QuickSpack or JabberTalkie. Would you use an app called JabberTalkie? The answer better be yes, because I just booked a one way ticket to SFO. I’m about to hit up the Bay and pitch JabberTalkie all over Palo Alto. I’m surprised my palms aren’t itching, because I’m pretty sure I’m about to get rich AF. Unless hackers and/or cyberterrorits steal my identity and force me to go on a dope hero’s quest through a world of intrigue and espionage. Either way, it’s time to put on some Dido -RB
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