Any recommendations for cheap reweaving (or skillful blended patching)? I would prize price over quality as the hole is smallish and on the buttocks, and I'm too ugly for anyone to bother paying close attention to my behind.
You know what I hate? Train. Seriously, they're like the worst band ever. If Train were here right now, I would hit them in their smug little faces with a flashlight. Or a hammer. God, I hate those guys.
I have been buying LL Bean wool socks for about 20 years. They're the only thing I buy from LL Bean. I buy them because they last a long time, they don't shrink too much, they come in XL, and they offer different lengths.
We've sort of tried this before but I have a specific question and also I want to blather.
My question: I have one of those awesome 25% until 10/11 cards and I want to buy some Thomas Mason shirts (Is there a better value than Thomas Mason shirts for $93.75?). My local (to work) store on 45th and Madison is scant in this department.
Where in Manhattan should I go for the best selection?
Also, since I want to blather:
1. The J.Crew sale rack has to be the best thing...
I'm thinking about joining a gym that's closer to home/work, and NYSC seems like the worst of both worlds (only one squat rack but it's still filthy and smells disgusting). Any updates to this thread stating how much they're getting for an Equinox membership these days?
Originally Posted by mpieniaz
Oh gotcha. That is too bad it is a great school. Worked out pretty well for my Dad. Maybe you shouldn't give advice to some kid if you have no clue about a school. In that area Nova is held in quite high regard. Just like the school I attended is where I work, yet it probably doesn't show up on your list.
Lighten up, Francis. It's a pretty mediocre place.
I looked it up on Wikipedia, scanning the article...