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The auctions are up for my ties Three Brioni and one Zegna tie Three Kiton ties Two Nicky Milano and one Armani tie Click the link in my signature to see the links for the auctions of my Kiton suits, Oxxford sports coat, and Brooks Brothers MTM sport coat and blazer.
On my last trip back to the States, I left several of my suits, sports coats, and ties with an eBay reseller. Here's what they currently have listed for me: Kiton striped navy cashmere suit 42R http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=330776481255 Oxxford blue houndstooth cashmere sports coat 42R http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=320961096204 Hopefully they'll have some of the other things listed soon. EDIT: They listed the other...
Quote: Originally Posted by holymadness Schengen zone laws apply to ALL its member states, tard. You can't hop from one to the next every three months. Well, "tard", I don't plan on staying in Europe the whole year. If you actually read my original post, you'd see that I plan on staying in Southern Europe in the winter and Northern Europe in the summer. Hmmm... that sounds like 90 days out of every 180 days. Rumor has it that there are a...
Quote: Originally Posted by Kaizen (up to three months in each country, so I don't need to bother with long-term visas) Quote: Originally Posted by holymadness >3 months in the Schengen zone necessitates a visa. Do a little research first. "Up to three months" means less than three months. Do a little reading first.
I'm looking for recommendations on good places for extended stays in Europe (up to three months in each country, so I don't need to bother with long-term visas). The plan is to live in the South during the winter and head up North during the summer. I'm looking to stay in short-term apartments, not hostels. Ideal city requirements: - Total monthly cost for rent/Internet/groceries/etc. less than $2000/month - Reliable high-speed Internet available - Big enough town...
Quote: Originally Posted by bbhewee Also is it G&G or Cleverley that do a no-seam wholecut? I don't know if G&G does one, but Cleverley had a seamless pair on their last visit. The pair I saw had elastic side gussets, but I was told that they could also do a traditional laced wholecut with no seam.
Quote: Originally Posted by j I suppose that is easier, yes. Where do you plan to go? That's still to be determined. Next month I have a meeting scheduled with a lawyer who specializes in emigration, and I'll see what he says is the best place for my situation.
Quote: Originally Posted by j I don't want to fight the VAT. I don't want to fight anything. But currently, the income tax is the largest burden on my income. Thus it would make sense to concentrate on trying to end it. Personally, instead of putting forth any effort to attempt to repeal the income tax, I've opted to emigrate. Trying to convince millions of people to convince their elected officials to repeal any tax would take an immense...
Quote: Originally Posted by kwilkinson Thomas is one of the few people with the rare ability to do tranny porn AND be a tax accountant. He deserves our applause. It sounds like someone is looking to work for the SEC http://dealbreaker.com/2010/03/sec-s...ss-of-the-job/
Now I've got a reason to pay attention to our daily job list (I work for a drilling services company in Houston).
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