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^ Hey zissou, you need to bring back your 'leather goods store' btw. The wallet I purchased from you in 09/2012 is still going strong but I want a different color.
 How is the length? short like most schneider jumpers or similar to the bee cardigan from last a/w
I have a brand new pair of W+H Westpoint Chinos in size 31 for sale. I purchased them new several months ago and have never worn them as they're too big for me. I'm asking for $110 shipped.   Open to trades also 
 Did most people size up one on the wool MA-1's? I had emailed charlie (?) when I ordered 10 months ago and he suggested going with whatever size one normally wears in jackets.
I've been digging Saucony shoes recently. I also nabbed a Marni sweater (70% wool and 30% cashmere) from Yoox.  
 The transition from academic to private sector isn't as "big" as you think. In the end, you'll be very glad that you got out of the ivory tower. There are tons of SQL tutorials out there. Most corporations use either Oracle, SQL Server, or MySQL, but learn about relational databases and database theory before you dig in. The big thing is...
 Some guy posted fit pics in the following COS thread a couple months ago. http://www.styleforum.net/t/271231/lets-discuss-cos-collection-of-style/795  [[SPOILER]]  I can probably snap a couple pics tomorrow but ^^ are available for now.
 I have the tech jersey trousers (drawstring). The stock picture on the COS site is misleading. The trousers actually have a strong taper and are more like track pants. Don't get me wrong, they fit well and I'm more than happy with the quality, it's just that some people in the COS thread mentioned that the pants weren't what they were expecting based on the COS stock pictures.
  You don't need a degree in statistics to work in business intelligence or as a business analyst. Sure, companies use these job titles in different ways, but the following has been my experience.   The core of business intelligence is interacting with databases and visualizing data. It's much more about communicating trends and aspects of the data, NOT the application of formal statistics to that data. Business analysts also don't do much in terms of formal statistical...
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