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Taking Stock of Socks - Transience Divine
October 22nd, 2010
02:28 pm

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Taking Stock of Socks
Sorry for my absence. Classes alone wouldn't be enough, but after research (here's a powerpoint intro I gave with notes) and writing an EPA grant proposal (current draft), there isn't much left.

However, getting out my box of Cold-weather Clothes (along with a recent surge of clothes-buying-and-gifting by Flame) motivated me to do a snapshot catalog of the excess of being that is my clothes. Without ado: My Clothes, October 22, 2010, excluding garb, costumes, and accessories.
  • Socks: 27 pairs, 16 socks with holes, 8 unmatched

  • Underwear: 13 briefs, 7 boxer-briefs, 4 boxers, 4 undershirts

  • Shirts: 34 short-sleeve t-shirts (18 prints, 11 solids, 5 collared-shirts, 4 handmodified-Brazilians, 4 blue-one-pocketed, 1 fabric-painted), 8 long-sleeve t-shirts, 6 short-sleeve button-downs, 14 long-sleeve button-downs, 2 vests

  • Pants: 12 jeans, 2 shorts, 5 dress slacks, 9 other

  • Overwear: 7 sweaters, 2 dress-jackets, 3 hoodies, 3 jackets, 1 trench coat

  • Special-Purpose: 2 swimming, 2 exercise, 1 pajama


[Edit: found another bag of clothes! And there's more at my parents...]

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From:little_e_
Date:October 22nd, 2010 09:05 pm (UTC)
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My clothes problem is compounded by massive weight fluctuations past and possibly future. It's like a requirement to own 3 wardrobes.
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From:jrising
Date:October 24th, 2010 06:01 pm (UTC)
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That's the way I felt with the SCA and Rocky. I'm still waiting for a world without a dresscode.
From:(Anonymous)
Date:October 22nd, 2010 11:10 pm (UTC)
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Ok this weekend we get things ready for Housing Works (http://www.housingworks.org/) and schedule a clothing and stuff swap!

Does the world know that you have a exactly 1 pair of five toes socks to go with your new feet (http://www.vibramfivefingers.com/)?
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