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Quote: Originally Posted by akaidiot DO NOT go to the address on Steele Aveune, I think it is. MY old guidebook said it was there - we took the subway to the end of the line and then a bus, and then a long walk, only to find a payless shoes or something at the address. It had moved to the mall location identified above. It was a complete waste of about 3 hours. Yeah, that has been gone for a couple years now. It was a real outlet that was...
Don't worry son, I was only kidding.
Yeah, the credit card number on the receipt is whited out now. Fortunately I saved a picture of the original. I don't know about the rest of the world, but in Canada there's a law that prevents retailers from printing your full cc number on the receipt. I guess it's to prevent things like this happening.
Check out his ebay auction and scroll down to the last picture: http://cgi.ebay.com/100-Authentic-Mu...QQcmdZViewItem Thank you Mr/Mrs Hon for the proof of authenticity. \t
Quote: Originally Posted by DrCool1978 FCP? First Canadian Place
Picholine.
Congratulations, you have found yourself an excellent tie made by Braemore Neckwear: http://www.holtrenfrew.com/english/f...d=403&expand=m http://www.braemoreties.com/ They are a well known tie maker in Toronto. They make lots of private label ties and can do custom/bespoke orders. Some product lines are only average while others are simply superb. The "B" or "bespoke" line is really top-notch. They use excellent silk, have the above mentioned qualities, and are...
I ordered mine in October and haven't seen it yet either. I was hoping to get it by Christmas.
I had problems like that. It will stick better if you dry out your mouth and teeth. Use tissue paper to wipe your teath and mop up saliva in your mouth. Then put the strips on. Breathe through your mouth so it'll keep your mouth dry. The strips will still move around a bit but I still had good results.
...well not exactly Toronto, but at Vaughan Mills. There are lots of E. Zegna sweaters on clearance at Designer Depot for $55 for wool and $70 for wool/cashmere. There are hundreds of these sweaters, mostly crew-neck but also long sleeve polo style. Look for them at the clearance racks and also the bottom shelves of the displays. It's mostly larger sizes like L/52 and XL/54 left but still a good selection of mediums and smalls. Plus, for every $50 you spend you...
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