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Quote: Originally Posted by intent It's none of your business. On most occasions, I couldn't give two shits even if they were fucking in front of me. But this time, it's different because I know both of them on a personal level and I know his wife. She's away right now.
How does one tell if two people in the office are sleeping with each other and cheating on the spouse. I know there has to be clear signs. I have this gut feeling but I can't prove it. What are the clues?
Looks like there still is a lot of human hands touching the shoe. I would have imagined a lot more automation but this is interesting. Buy Buy Buy..... the pound is under 1.45 dollars now.
I think the actual Topy looks better then the Vibram. Which cobbler in the NYC uses actual Topy? Nick, do you you Topy since on your website, you only mention Vibram.
Quote: Originally Posted by Pashukanis I have bookmarked 16 'build your own shirt sites' - only used two. It would be interesting to see some sort of chart/thread that listed all of our experiences with these various outfits. Something like this but with feedback etc. http://www.magnificentbastard.com/fe...shirt-reviews/ As for blank - I might give them a try - their measuring is a bit too generalized though. How do these sites...
Did anyone read this article or try them out? http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/16/bu...6proto.html?hp How many of these design your own shirt sites exists now?
yes, I know....... Pound is weak. I am thinking of this one. I wanted the Loake Blackfriars but alas the top looks too big to my eyes.
Hi, does anyone have experience with this model from Alfred Sargent? It's looks pretty nice to me. http://www.taraxa.jp/product/131
I have a C&J Dartmouth. Does anyone here happen to have that shoe and compare them next to the Blackfriars?
I for one like a structured shoulder but with as minimal padding as necessary and a bit of roping. However, A Brioni style shoulder is not just padding on the top from my understanding. It extends a considerable amount lower to create a more rounder shoulder almost to the point of creating an oval where the elongated sides are parallel to the ground rather than an oval with the elongated sides vertical to the ground which is more prevalent in suit design. I never would...
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