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Paypal just told me that Drew invented AIDS to kill black people.
From Vox's blog. Awesome.
Do people still make raw silk garments? It's a really difficult fabric to find, unless you're talking about traditional Indian dress in Dupioni or something.Raw silk is traditionally a summer fabric. It and its cousins (tussah, Dupioni, shantung) have been used for summer sport coats, suits, and ties. I suppose you don't have any rules outside of traditional clothing, so you can wear it any way you want. It would probably suit cool fall weather. I just think of it as a...
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.
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