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Guys I apologize if this has been covered but the thread is getting long, so it might be buried. Why can't you offer custom sleeve lengths? I went for a fitting in SoHo last week and love the cloth, loved the experience, the guy who measured me was great. all in all a pleasant experience, but it surprised me that he said you couldn't do slightly different sleeve lengths. My right arm is slightly longer than my left, so my custom shirts I have made accordingly. It surprised...
The article also notes that one of the guys running a spy program was terrible at it, the kind of guy who says "He's gonna run here," then there is a pass play. Also, if the locker-room theft allegations are true, the fake play sheets probably evened things out.
"..many former New England coaches and employees insist that the taping of signals wasn't even the most effective cheating method the Patriots deployed in that era. Several of them acknowledge that during pregame warm-ups, a low-level Patriots employee would sneak into the visiting locker room and steal the play sheet, listing the first 20 or so scripted calls for the opposing team's offense. (The practice became so notorious that some coaches put out fake play sheets for...
Hi, am looking for a NIB pair of C&J Onslow in Tan pebble grain, size 8.5E (UK). Discontinued apparently, but wondering if anyone knows where there is still some stock left. None of the main retailers I have used for C&J (Edwards of Manchester, Pediwear) have it, nor can source it anymore. Thanks, Stu
Elmore Leonard's rules for good writing: 1. Never open a book with weather. 2. Avoid prologues. 3. Never use a verb other than "said" to carry dialogue. 4. Never use an adverb to modify the verb "said”…he admonished gravely. 5. Keep your exclamation points under control. You are allowed no more than two or three per 100,000 words of prose. 6. Never use the words "suddenly" or "all hell broke loose." 7. Use regional dialect, patois, sparingly. 8. Avoid detailed...
holy sh.... what a final episode. Talk about going out with a bang/
STARZ canceled it, bummer. Friday is the last episode. It was really starting to cook, the last two episodes especially
Watching the Braves, that outfield is so young and so special, Reminds me of that great Valentine-Dawson-Chromartie outfield of the Expos back in the day.
Woodchopper's Ball is about the fastest I have ever heard a guitar played. He was amazing.
Not only that, he is building VCU into a major power all on his own, the gap between the bluebloods and the mid majors has been narrowing for years, and an environment like VCU, where he has become a major program, might be enough to keep him there forever.
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