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Why don't you just contact Charly and ask for him to help you sell your spot? AFAIK, nobody has had a problem selling their place in line. If Charly can't help you sell your spot, you can easily post a message here and it'll be sold within a day (if not a few hours).
Found the posthttp://www.cutterandtailor.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1119&p=8440That was more about back balance, so I might be way off in attributing this stance stuff to the curve people are talking about here. It was just a wild guess on my part.
I think it was me. Here's the article:http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/04/11/the-aesthetes/?smid=tw-tmagazinehttp://www.styleforum.net/t/131495/random-fashion-thoughts/98360_20#post_7283621
Oscar de la Renta just passed away. http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/fashion-icon-oscar-de-la-renta-dies-82/story?id=26332287 (Sorry, just saw Hirsch's post. Bad timing to post the above news, and obviously wasn't intentional).
Chris said a lot of the shaping is lost when you sit down, as your legs pull on the back of the thighs and at the knees. Which means if your co-worker is standing at his desk all day, he's either an annoying health freak or an Ambrosi customer.
Is that your place? It looks nice. I don't really like how it looks as you're descending from the stairs, but it looks nice at the floor level since it helps break up the wall. Personally, I think you'd do better with a large painting at that space -- wide and tall enough to help break up the wall, but doesn't stick out so much that it looks obtrusive as you're walking down the steps.
Sick of StyleForum CBD Popinjays, Local Area Amish Man Breaks Off to Start The New Radical Vanguard for Even More Conservative Dress (aka N.R.V.E.M.C.D.)
I actually laughed out loud when I read this, given everything that has been listed in this thread.
This thread has so much hate and so many random dictatorial edicts that I vote it be moved to FNB.
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