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The RB2s are straight-legged and slimmer than the RB1s.
You changed all the lead sleeping in my head to gold As the day grows dim I hear you sing a golden hymn the song I've been trying to sing
Not to excuse those journalists with an agenda in Iraq, but I found this quote instructive. It's from an interview with a CBS News correspondent on Howie Kurtz's "Reliable Sources": Quote: "You don't think that I haven't been to the U.S. military and the State Department and the embassy and asked them over and over again, let's see the good stories, show us some of the good things that are going on? Oh, sorry, we can't take to you that school project, because...
Wanderer might be onto something. Another piece along the same lines: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/12016224/site/newsweek/
The back pockets are also way out there. And not in a Corpus-cool sorta way.
Moderately slim with a great bootcut. (It still might be my favorite jeans cut.) Personally, I would trust only the 1-year or the 3-year quality-wise, the former of which is on Scoop and the latter on Revolve Clothing (for $168). Or you could do what LA Guy suggests and get the ES Maz Dark, which is similar but higher quality.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...032400996.html Troop positions, numbers, battle plans. If this is true, wow.
Cream Rogues Gallery Pitchforks T RB2 trouser cut jeans Self-antiqued dark mahogany Polo monkstrap chukkas (whew) Navy Greige wool military jacket
Spooks: also a good show. Sometimes more sadistic than 24.
Quote: Originally Posted by denning For the record, it's not a green morning coat (can't remember who said that), although it is VERY green. That was me, and I know. Just weird free association from a way-old thread, I guess. And what saves him from pimphood or Int'l Maledom is that he shows an understanding of color and cut, along with a confidence in his taste. He's not just tossing on bright purple and lavender duds that fit either like a...
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