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Yes-without hesitation.
pre turkey 4 miler for me-pain and all.
Kobe Japan-dinner for two-around $800 as I remember. Ah-kobe beef. I had to try it at least once in my lifetime.
Quote: Originally Posted by aportnoy Bengal and I have discussed this at length and I have come around to his way of thinking. I might not like the shoes that maker "X" produces but to beat on that drum only serves to cause potential harm to their commercial interests and serves no meaningful benefit for me. I relaize that this is a forum where we discuss our opinions, but just as we can create a frenzy of favorable attention we can likewise...
Quote: Originally Posted by Jott Bought my first watch yesterday, from the Longines Master Collection. Im only 16, so it was hard on my wallet, but totally worth it. Hopefully it will last long. Beautiful watch-very classic. It should last you a long, long time. Great purchase!
Quote: Originally Posted by Reggs I would solve this problem with furious violence. Let's see someone try to do this in Texas. That would be a sight to see!!!
Quote: Originally Posted by rabiesinfrance It would be interesting to see a few of their bespoke shoes, and gauge how they compare to the likes of Lobb, Cleverley or Foster. There's a pic of a magnificent brogue made in Russia leather on their website. Personally, I think that type of leather works best in small leather goods or bags. I have used Benjamin. His quality is outstanding. His turn around time is better than all the makers who I...
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Quote: Originally Posted by yjeezle I hate to say it, but after 2 months at my job, I'm fairly miserable here. (I know some of you have been working at your jobs for years and hating it... possibly some advice?) Everything here is all so very formal... is it like this in other companies (this is my first job) in America or is it different at other companies? No. Get some experience, use it as a stepping stone and then pop smoke.
Quote: Originally Posted by JBZ I There are lawyers out there who genuinely love what they do, regardless of how much money they're making. I would like to meet one! There are worse jobs that I have had and there are certain aspects that I like about the job, but I have never met a colleague or adversary who "genuinely loves what they do."
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