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Who hates San Francisco???   Just found evidence and video that San Francisco is LOVED by everyone who goes there!   Here's the video:  
TWELVE PILLARS By Jim Rohn and Chris Widener   *****************   Although written in 2005 by my previous boss, Jim Rohn, it brings back fond memories when Tony Robbins and I were on his staff in the early 1980's.  Principles remain the same, but an interesting storyline to help with the digestion of life's lessons.
You are in the right city to be locating a source. Patrick Thompson, buyer of men's fashions for Planet Blue, would be an excellent resource in Los Angeles to ask. 1)  Patrick's interview is in the following link: www.ehow.com/feature_12154648_mens-shoes-burnished-leather.html 2)  You can probably get through to him by contacting one of the stores in the following directory link: http://shopplanetblue.com/store-locator/ All my best, David
Still no luck, eh?
One method to increasing your subscriber base is to enlist the now-easier-than ever resources of producing an official free e-Book.  You certainly have enough material for an e-Book, and it does not have to the size of a novel.  Many sites are using free e-Books to obtain permissible subscribers.All my best,David
 Slow and easy.  It takes time to add the pounds, and it takes time to lose them. Many specialists suggest: FOOD INTAKE:Serving size reduced by only 25%, followed by good tasting water through a straw.  Then wait 20 minutes for the effect. After 30 days, reduce the serving size a bit more. ACTIVITY:Walking is champ, even walking the mall, to the grocery store, mail box, pushing a mower or snow blower - something that does not appear to be the "E" word, but an actual task...
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Perhaps nearly all Americans from the founding of our country wore hats.  Only in the last few decades has the hat vastly (but not entirely) been removed in most appearances.  Still . . . there is style, depending how it is chosen and how it is worn.   (By the way, I do have the book by Sinatra)
CASABLANCA   Why is it that another viewing of this film during a quiet time of the evening brings additional insights into the human drama of civilization?  I am fortunate to have this in my collection.   For those who are new to this film, the following may be enlightening:   "Casablanca is a 1942 American romantic drama film . . . stars Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, and Paul Henreid; and features Claude Rains, Conrad Veidt, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre,...
Current video on their web site showing why a $50.00 to $150 investment in recrafting your shoes is a worthwhile investment:     All my best, David
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