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Well I don't know what your price range is, or if you are looking for leather or textile... There are some quality leather business-y models out there but personally I think they look extremely pretentious. It's like a briefcase with straps. Personally I would go for something that is fashionable and cool... I noticed Billabong has a line of sleek backpacks in neutral tones that have a nice look but extremely affordable... can't say anything about the quality...
Just purchased a Weber grill... it is lightly used, like brand new, seriously looks like it was used one time maybe. Paid about half the price of a new one, and will be grilling out at home for the first time in years, starting TONIGHT!!!
^^ Not just the fact that they are forcing everyone to listen around them, but the quality of the sound coming out of a phone in a public place is shitty... Wouldn't someone rather listen on headphones to actually HEAR the sounds of the music? These are the questions I have that make me feel old LOL
Ah, the asparagus dilemma. I have a Tupperware full of the "bad half" of the stalk sitting in my fridge as we speak...
Have you had a look at performance brands, like Patagonia and The North Face? Yes, they are sports brands, but they specialise in materials that do things like wick moisture from your body and help it evaporate, they have features like vents in strategic locations, etc. It's amazing how much difference in temperature and comfort in very hot weather can be had through performance wear. They have trousers and even nice looking shirts (not T-shirts) that are great for...
  Can't beat some Tim Buckley on a Monday... to follow a long, depressing weekend LOL
I think this is a great casual shoe that is a bit more original than a pair of Chucks. I think you can definitely wear them with jeans or khaki shorts for summer. Merrell is a quality brand, so I'm sure you won't be disappointed--I would bet they are way more comfortable than Chucks as well.
Ok point taken, as I said I just had no idea Four Roses was considered that highly. I'm not saying Macallan's is the most expensive or whatever....just that I like it. I have found that bourbon leaves a worse headache (more sugar probably) than the scotch, and I've just gotten used to the smokiness of it... completely out of the loop today on the bourbon as a result. Cheers...
Well maybe I'm missing something here, but to me Four Roses doesn't really make the cut. It's a well whiskey (the cheapest) in many European bars, and their aged stuff has never been on any lists of note that I personally have seen. But then maybe I'm just too much into scotch to notice. Makers Mark is the shit though... probably the only bourbon I still drink today. For anyone who loves scotch, I highly recommend Macallan's 12 year old (or more) and Oban.
There are a few on this page that might work for you http://www.spartoo.co.uk/Formal-shoes-men-sty-10218-10039-0.php... some cheaper brands like Carlington, Rockport, with similar look and toe. Roberto Cavalli are nice as well but possilbly out of your budget...    
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