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Sophisticated Gentleman ## Admin ## 12/02/14(Tue)02:01 No. 1 [Reply] Stickied
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Hello gentlemen!
You have been awarded your own private club from which you may scorn the local riffraff. If you continue posting at least 25 posts per day for the next two weeks, this will be a permanent board.
If you notice any problems (file sizes, file types) post in this thread. I'm not sure if we want to make this General or SFW, so you can discuss that, too.
Keep it work safe and stay classy.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 15/01/22(Thu)23:59 No. 2997

dafuqq




Sophisticated Films (A List, perhaps?) Sophisticated Gentleman 12/07/12(Thu)10:31 No. 1254 [Reply]
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I watched "The Good Shepherd" tonight. Fantastic piece of fiction, that was. Absolutely brilliant espionage film directed by DeNiro. I might even go as far as to claim that it is the finest espionage film ever made. I suggest you utilize your eyes to view this piece in its full glory. It's truly spectacularly good.

I believe that modern filmographic devices displaying images at rapid speeds to create the illusion of movement would be a fine topic of discussion for fine gentlemen such as ourselves, would you not agree? Let us, perhaps, begin to list some of our most favored sophisticated films.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/07/02(Sat)11:03 No. 3182

Can War movies be added to this? If so...
> Zulu and Zulu Dawn
> A Bridge Too Far
> The Longest Day
> Sahara
> From Here to Eternity
> Dr. Strangelove
> Stalin


And for None war movies:
> Goodfellas'
> Casino
> The Godfather
> Gladiator
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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/08/13(Sat)01:54 No. 3188

I would like to suggest The Dark Knight Rises and The Pest.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/09/16(Fri)08:14 No. 3202

I've always been partial to 1998's Ronin, since there is no uncanny alley CGI to distract the eye from the film on display or the mind from the plot being presented.

All stunts were recorded at actual speeds down narrow Paris streets, with gentlemen regularly driving actual vehicles at frighteningly high speeds.

It stars the fine gentlemen DeNiro, Reno, and SkarsgÄrd. While Natascha McElhone's accent grates on the ear, she is merely a supporting actor with less screen time than the stars. Though she is quite bad, overall it is but a small blemish on an otherwise excellent film.

It is, quite simply, the last good film John Frankenheimer created for theaters before his death. If you've never witnessed its spectacle, you should, and you should devote yourself to actually viewing it as a proper gentleman, instead of multitasking which will distract you at inopportune moments.




Sophisticated Gentleman 13/08/24(Sat)20:54 No. 2509 [Reply]
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Hello Gentlemen, what Is your watch and knife of choice?

I carry a W.R. Case and Sons Sod Buster Jr. to clean my nails and wear a Citizen Eco-drive BM8180 to keep the time.

Ford would ask all his prospective employees the time and ask them for a knife to clean his nails.

A man is nothing without a knife and a watch.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/04/23(Sat)19:07 No. 3157

>>3130
Agree.
OP is a ghetto nigger


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/05/21(Sat)13:50 No. 3169
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>>2509
I have not picked a knife yet. My watch is simple, cheap but does the job. Cost me something like 700 SEK.

True, there are far classier watches out there. But I prefer to not wear something that looks like a radar station from the 60s. Better to look like a dainty dandy and not dissappoint anyone when you are not up to snuff. Because when you are, it will be for the merriment of everyone.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/09/14(Wed)18:43 No. 3201
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I prefer the Silver Dragon butterfly knife with a Joshua and Son's diamond chronograph watch.




Sophisticated Gentleman 16/08/23(Tue)23:19 No. 3190 [Reply]
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Are they fine gentlemen?


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SAGE 16/08/24(Wed)04:11 No. 3191

Huh? Fuck noo


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/09/06(Tue)14:38 No. 3200

>>3190
g-g i dont even...




Gentlemanly Sports: Physical Contact Edition Sophisticated Gentleman 14/09/17(Wed)05:11 No. 2894 [Reply]
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I love physical activity, I love playing games and running around.

This being said, I am not very fit although I would like to be.

I'm interested in some sports but don't know how to get into them. The two main ones are Rugby and Boxing (do not want to compete though).

How should I get into these? Should I just look for amateur leagues/boxing classes?

Thanks for your time!


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Sophisticated Gentleman 15/01/06(Tue)06:02 No. 2991

Start by running and body weight exercises. Get to where you can run a mile or two within 10-12 minutes. Do push ups, pull ups, dips, and crunches. These are all things that you can do without any money and some room to move around. There's often pull up bars, dip bars, etc. in public parks as well (which are also great places to run)! Eventually you'll probably want to get a gym membership and start weight training or other more advanced things, but you need to meet a certain baseline for fitness and commitment before that's worth it.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 15/01/07(Wed)16:04 No. 2993

>>2894
If you want to play rugby you should find a starter class, like those of university or college, because playing rugby require a general good physical form and muscles.
Both rugby and boxing training includes wightlifting and running but you should be carefull if you don't want to ruin your face or beak some bones.
I personally like more rugby than boxing, because of the running.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/09/01(Thu)06:58 No. 3199

Forget sports op, the only person responsable for your success in matters physical fitness related is you. Lift wights, focusing on squats. Flexibility and mental discipline will be your true foes, not any amount of weight. Being good at squats isn't about physical strength, it is about being a whole human being.




Beliefs Sophisticated Gentleman 12/05/31(Thu)19:01 No. 903 [Reply]
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What is a gentleman's religion/belief?
Does a gentleman share such things?
What is the key element that defines a gentleman, mentally/emotionally?


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Beliefs Doctor Toon 16/02/23(Tue)18:45 No. 3134
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A gentleman never insults another gentleman by accident.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/05/01(Sun)07:55 No. 3159

A gentleman is person who can love and to be kind. I myself is Christian, yet to others if you can love then you are a gentleman


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/08/28(Sun)22:24 No. 3198

The decent discussion of religion and politics has been driven out of the public sphere by contemporary barbarians. There is no reasonable discourse any longer. The new Atheists of today miss the entire point, but moreso they fail to realize how many times their exact argument has been made before, often by the religions members, in the case of St Thomas Aquinas and Catholicism.

Really I was personally an atheist for a very long time until I actually studied theology and history. I've found current dialogues to be distasteful and even militant against religion. Specifically Christianity. It's never against Hinduism, or Shinto or anything else. Its only Christianity. I personally blame the lack of thoroughbred response from the Christian community, I partially blame protestants for their mega churches, and utter trivialization of the faith. This belief gap so to speak, has led to militant atheism, and outright disrespect and dismissal of religion, even saying its child abuse to be raised in a religious family.

It was really weird making the turn around from Atheist to Catholicism. But its been positive.

I havent been to 7chan in awhile, so hopefully I won't be too swiftly ridiculed.

I wish the best for all of you




Sophisticated Gentleman 15/10/18(Sun)04:41 No. 3098 [Reply]
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Just bought my first pipe from an antique shop. Looks nice, needs some cleaning though. Did I do good?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/22(Wed)07:37 No. 3175

>>3170

Or you could fix the fucking thing. Why the hell would you just leave it broke?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/08/25(Thu)13:26 No. 3192

>>3170
Finding a new pipe stem is pretty easy.
But a new pipe is always a nice thing to have.
If you're able, keep atleast two or three pipes on hand, that way you'll be able let them rest after you've smoked them.
My father had a pipe for every day of the week, but you can get my with two or three as long as you smoke them in a rotation.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/08/28(Sun)22:16 No. 3197

I bought a corncob pipe, and today I'm going to get some Captain Black, white or gold. Whichever I find just to try it out. It seems so peaceful, pipesmoking, so i figured I'd try it.




Sky 12/12/17(Mon)16:23 No. 1853 [Reply]
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Every man is what his hat says, what is your hat /class/?

Ivy cap is mine, but mine is grey.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/07/02(Sat)19:55 No. 3183

>>3147
>4)Beanie never constricts blow flow to the head.

Neither do properly fitted hats of most other varieties.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/08/13(Sat)01:26 No. 3187

>>1853
Only the finest fedora.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/08/28(Sun)22:15 No. 3196

I'll be either getting my grandfathers western hat he wore as a sheriff steamed and fitted, or i'll purchase a new one. I'm a Texan so it seems fitting and won't be very out of place. I hope you all take your hats off when going inside.




Sophisticated Gentleman 15/12/04(Fri)03:08 No. 3112 [Reply]
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Have you ever sent a letter to someone who influenced you, by sending naturally, a genuine hand-written discourse speaking of your shared interests? Many a historic relationships between gentlemen began this way. I have not as I have not yet been acquainted with such a persons with whom I feel I could have satisfactory discourse for such a candid thing.


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lonely flood 16/05/18(Wed)14:43 No. 3168

I recently bought some stationary with the hopes of writing to some friends. But alas I forget I have very few. Even fewer who would be willing to write back and forth with me. I'll write to any of you gentlemen as foolhardy as that sounds.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/07/26(Tue)07:39 No. 3185

>>3168
I promise to write back.

Tyler
P.O. Box 981
Forest Lake, MN 55025


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/08/28(Sun)22:13 No. 3195
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>>3185
I'll write you a letter tonight, or finish it tomorrow morning and send it out asap. It'll be from James.




Sophisticated Gentleman 14/06/14(Sat)17:03 No. 2809 [Reply]
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Favorite paintings by any artist?
If someone posts "The Starry Night" I will shoot them in the neck with a luger
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"At Eternety's Gate"
Vincent Van Gogh


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/17(Fri)15:54 No. 3173
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"Winters Night in the Mountains" by Harald Sohlberg.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/25(Sat)18:58 No. 3180

can you help me identify a painting from van gogh
I saw it in the Rijksmuseum but can't recall the name.
It showed a foredt from a somewhat high angle and had a lot of undergrowth. red and orange were really present for a forest picture. and it was one of his less realistic paintings


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Sophisticated Gentleman 16/06/28(Tue)21:29 No. 3181

Van Gogh did several paintings that match your description.

This page includes images of a few of them:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trees_and_Undergrowth_(Van_Gogh_series)

The rijksmuseum lists one in its collection here, but no picture:
https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/collection/SK-C-1756

The webMuseum has some other images, less realistic but with plenty of orange.
http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/gogh/

Hope this helps




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