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 TBM, you're going to be hanging around in town for rather a long time, in that case!
 Very good, Gerry. Just one nitpick - if you really want to imitate Claghorn, you should be carrying your shoes in your hand, rather than your bag!
  Oh, I don't know - we could sample the contents of his new wine fridge.
   Great - look forward to seeing you then. Are you going to be wearing your suede A-1 for easy identification? I'm wearing a grey suit in a large-scale, glen-plaid check with a brown grenadine tie, so I expect that it will be fairly easy to spot me.
 Agreed - if the blue was a bit darker, it would be an absolute winner but the mid-blue dial and bezel are a bit too bright and light.    I love the look of that one except for the stem of the crown. I know it's really petty, but I find that the blue on the stem of the crown to be off-putting. If it just had a plain, screw-down crown and stem it would be great but the coloured stem jars a bit.
 Yes, and it's quite frustrating.
 I'm happy to meet at Jimmy's on the Mall tomorrow evening.  I can be there at 5:00 or 5:30 or really whatever time suits.  What do others think? 
 More's the pity, too.  Vive la France!
 Most of my shoes have an odd number of eyelets, too (usually 5). Have a look at the surprisingly large variety of lacing patterns here: http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/lacingmethods.htm I typically use this pattern: http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/straightbarlacing.htm I end up with one diagonal at the top, but that looks OK as it's hidden under the bow when I tie the laces so it's not noticeable. This straight lacing pattern is also very...
  They look great, but please, please, please change the lacing (preferably to straight bar lacing) immediately!
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