When I got to her dorm room the broad was a solid 7/10, she even pretended to recognize me. Things are going great right? Her roommate leaves, she immediately makes a move. She starts to go for my belt. Look I not trying to be an ass, just pointing out the absurdity of whomever told you that frames have a PD range. While some sunglass companies will limit the range of Rxs and PDs that they will make, a good optician can definitely work outside of those ranges. The sunglass companies are in mass production mode and only want to take the low hanging fruit, the easy jobs.
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So sorry we can drive to Grandma house today (one lives 1500 miles away, the other about 800). NO, I am not buying you a toy today, or anytime between now and your birthday; Santa gave you more than you know what to do with. All of these things are guaranteed to elicit tears.
Looks good. Your curves are pretty good. Hard to know if it style or technique in a drawing like this. MISTER X VERSUS HOSPITAL YNikita LalwaniI am with him in his workspace, a narrow box of a room, as he talks. The room is clean, fresh and comforting; controlled, yet welcoming. As there are very few objects in the room, I wonder if these defining characteristics are coming from Toku himself.
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SIEGEL: Put us in the mindset of Turkey’s leaders here. They’ve always seemed wary about Kurdish nationalist sentiment getting too strong. In recent years, they seem to worry less about who was going to oust Syrian President Bashar al Assad, so long as he was ousted.