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This was always my impression.
Yup!
From what I understand, Washington wasn't a particularly good strategist nor was he a good tactician.   Also, this is a bit of a steal: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fantastic-CALABRESE-Napoli-Wool-Tie-NWT-/171834467217?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item280221e391
  Uhhhhh.....The Americans played a very small part of the global conflict of which the American Revolution was a part of. England was fighting on at least four different fronts. The colonies were just one theater. If it was just the US vs UK, we wouldn't have had a chance.
emart has some fantastically shaped ones for like 4000w each, but they're fake wood, not real. Still. Nice shape and a great deal.
Should answer your question and then some:   http://www.styleforum.net/t/376461/tira-and-clags-discuss-civilly-ii-brands/0_20
The quarters on the Formosa are infinitely nicer, but I like the shoulders and length of the TF more. But I think even Noodles, now that he has calmed down, will acknowledge that buying those Formosa's was not a mistake.
I don't think he was trying on TF to see if he'd like to start purchasing TF instead of Formosas. It was mostly to see if a more British cut suited his body type a bit better than a Neapolitan one (which is not to say that a more Neapolitan cut looks bad on him)
  lly Posted by GuidoWongolini 
I think this is only an issue if Pop retires when Duncan retires. You can't really talk about Popovich without talking about Duncan. Popovich is one of the greatest coaches of all time. Well ahead of Jackson. But he couldn't have become Pop, in terms of his identity as a coach, without Duncan. But going forward, he can remain Popovich without him. If LMA comes to San Antonio, I suspect Popovich will stay on after Duncan retires into a cushy staff job with the Spurs. And...
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