25 Most Stylish Bostonians of 2009

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    The list is so transparently "diverse"....the only thing it lacked was a paraplegic.
     
  2. You have chosen to ignore posts from BDamon. Show BDamon's posts

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    Next week's complete waste of time story should be about the top 25 Bostonians that predict the weather better than the local TV stations.
     
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    Here's a quarter, call someone who cares.
     
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    Other than Jarvis Green, are we supposed to know any of these clowns? Or care?

    "Hi, I'm Rula Lenska"
     
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    a list of the most self-important - awful
     
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    I'm pretty sure there are more important topics that the Globe should be reporting on.  Most stylish?  The people who were nominated should be embarrassed. 

    Michelle in Upton
     
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    Joao Ribas: What an infantile thing to say, "no jeans", funny!
     
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    What a complete waste of electrons, nevermind paper if the Globe actually printed this drivel.  I'm sure every one of these people are stuck up snobs.  I would be embarrassed and ashamed to even be brought up as a possible candidate for this list, but I'm sure these losers think it's an honor.  Live in the real world people.
     
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    Gawd, what a parade of egoists!!  Get off the pretentious bus and wake up - there are people starving in the streets and this rag wants to tell them to eat cake!  "I wanted to wear sneakers to the White House, but my wife wouldn't let me."  "The humiliation my sisters' foisted on me as a child shaped my style."  "I made an outfit of tin foil and wore it to school."  That speaks volumes about the narcissists in this group.  What a waste of air and space. Oh, how edgy, how d'classe!  How utterly boring!!!  Well heeled, but boring.  Get a real life, losers!!!
     
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    Half these people seem like the last bastion of baaad taste the others very. The first guy dresses like a angry gay drug addict who never worked in his life. Others seem out of touch with any fashsion sense.

    Some are perfect examples of baaad examples
     
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    Total tools - each and every one of them less Dave Edwards…he is one smart dude who is really doing amazing things scientifically.  Take the scarf off and we can forgive him.

    Separately, the guy who has an “abhorrence for both consumer culture and infantilism” clearly never had his rear end kicked. He looks like he may suffer from an Oedipus complex. 
     
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    Who Cares?

    I couldn't care less about any of these people.
     
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    It would be more believeable if the candidates weren't posing in each photo but taken candidly on the street to shows how they dress in their day to day. Then and only then should they be considered stylish. Anyone can clean up pretty.

    I prefer the tasteful, classic looks so the real estate delveopler seemed the most stylish to me. She had a modern 'old Hollywood' style to her; always a good look.


     
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    How about a list of people who actually are helping mankind?  Doing something worthwhile? 
     
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    Should have been titled, "Most Insufferable Bostonians of 2009."  Seriously.  But then I guess I'm just a fool for consumer culture and infantalism.  Good grief.
     
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    could ANYTHING be more inane than this foolish article? Who CARES??? This is like the 199th draft pick in the NFL: Mr. Irrelevant.
     
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    just b.c you're rich and buy expensive (overpriced) clothing doesn't mean you're stylish.
     
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    Fail.
     
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    Wow!  That's hard hitting journalism at its best.  Suggestion - can this drivel, pry one or your reporters out of the office and embed him with an Army unit in Iraq or Afghanistan and print some news of merit.
     
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    Don't get me wrong, they all look nice, but MOST stylish? I don't think anyone searched very hard for these pics. I think someone's looking for favors later on or something......and I love the comment about sweats and t-shirts; the mortgage and bills come first. Perhaps not the most appropriate column right now?

     
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    This pathetic list reminded me again of that old but wise saying:

    Bostonians who consider themselves "elite":

    Not good enough for New York
    Way too ugly for L.A.

    'Nuff said.
     
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    Are you serious with this. Look at these girlie men standing around and having their pictures taken like f-g-ts.  Don't these useless peope have  anything better to do. Wow, how embarrassing. They look very useless
     
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    Foolish, idiotic and boring.  We are NOT new York and why do all you newcomers try so hard to make it New York?  Move there if you want New York so badly.
     
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    Bitter, party of one, your table is now ready. 

    What's wrong with you people? The photography is gorgeous, and I think some of these people are pretty damn stylish. No it's not New York, but the list is 25 Most Stylish Bostonians. Instead of being snippy and petty, I'm just going to enjoy it. 
     
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    I'm still trying to figure out why I should care
     

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