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Many have recommended that you not buy a new car, and I echo that. This is what Consumer Reports of April 2011 says are the best used cars between $18 and 20k: Acura MDX '06; TL '06; TSX '07 Audi A4 (4-cyl.) '07 BMW X3 '06 Chevrolet Corvette '04 Chrysler Aspen '08 Ford Edge (FWD) '08; F-250 (2WD) '08; Fusion (V6, AWD) '10; Fusion Hybrid '10; Mustang (V8) '07 Honda Accord (4-cyl.) '09; Civic Hybrid '09; CR-V '08; Ridgeline '07; S2000 '07 Hyundai Santa Fe '09 Lexus GX...
Fixed it for ya! The chalk stripe and double-breasted suit are made for each other. Take a look at the first, third and fourth pictures posted by Master-Classter... the look is so much better than the others. The only single-breasted suit that rivals them is Spoo's w/ the peak lapel. Going forward I'd say make sure your suit isn't overly striped and get the peak lapel if you're going w/ single-breasted suit.
I don't like the penultimate one much; seems the stripes are too close together. Looks too busy. The first six are all very nice, especially the double-breasted ones. Don't like the seventh.The goldfish pin needs to go. Don't like any jewelry on a suit. Other than that both are nice but the blue is better than the grey one NOBD posted w/ it.
I'm glad to have not met the foreigners you've come across; certainly not very self-reliant. Two months and back to the Maritimes.Though not as foreigner friendly as the subway, the bus is still easy peasy. One can get by w/o knowing little if any Korean. Naega (and other pronouns) wouldn't be of much help w/ directions. Odi and the yogi, chogi, kogi are more beneficial to know. So sez this ko jaengi.
"Naga"?! Guess it didn't sound close enough to "naega" to warrant an unprovoked thrashing.
Nice looking ties, but whoever knotted most of them... dreadful. Spoilt the look.
Like much of what's sold in the Loro Piana boutique.
I think what you'll get depends much on who at A&B works with you. You may want to give this a read. You'll be dealing w/ aggressive salespeople who've received a 4-day training experience at "A&B University" - haberdashers they now be. For them selling clothes is no different from selling insurance or Amway or time-share condos. ABC. Always be closing.Who is their customer? They're keen on conventions and setting up booths at bar association and chamber of commerce...
CVB performs exceptional remakes... something about that psychedelic fiddle makes 'em memorable. Status Quo's '68 classic And Black Flag Sonic Youth And the Kinks
Have you thought of Alfred Sargent from A Fine Pair of Shoes? With the greatest size availability there's the Regent at approx. $300 and the Warwick at the same price. If you have a very large foot check out the Dartmouth, or if you wear a US 9 or 12 the Calcot is an attractive shoe. Assuming you're not in Europe, so drop the price 20% since you're not paying the VAT and A Fine Pair of Shoes is (was?) offering SF members an additional 25% off with this code,...
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