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I have an authentic men's Belstaff Hero motorcyle jacket for sale in size XXL. The jacket was purchased for $1200 in 2005 when it was originally released as part of a tie-in with the "War of the Worlds" movie (in which Tom Cruise's character wore the jacket). The jacket has a little wear, as you can see in the pictures, but is still in very good condition with no rips, tears, or significant damage. The size is marked XXL but Belstaff runs VERY small - I usually wear a...
I love this show too - my favorite is the Cuzco episode with the fat dumb British guy who got tricked into carrying a suitcase full of drugs for some girl he just met. I'm glad he got out of Peru though, the scene at the end where they showed video of his homecoming was actually pretty touching. The hostage episodes are by far the most disturbing, especially the one about the tourists who got kidnapped and hacked to death with machetes in Uganda. This new season...
The Silver Spoon - the only Italian cookbook you will ever need.
Unfortunately McD's made some major changes to the Shamrock Shake this year and really fucked it up. It used to be a pretty thick shake, but now it's a lot more watery and runny. They also added whipped cream and a cherry on top for some reason, and they're serving it in the "McCafe" cups instead of the standard soda cups, so a "large" is actually even smaller than a "medium" used to be.
I dropped the prices on all three watches and added some better pics of the Hermes Clipper and Oris Skeleton watches. These will be the last price drops - if they don't sell by Friday, they are going on eBay.
I have the following three authentic watches for sale, all in new or like-new condition: Hermes Arceau TGM Auto Model: 8.410.435 Size: 40 mm Band: Brown leather w/deployment clasp Movement: Mechanical Condition: Like New (Used as display model) Includes original box and warranty papers. This was purchased from eBay for $1500 last year. The same seller I purchased from has another one of the same model listed now for $1599. I am selling for $1200 -> PRICE DROP TO...
I'll go pretty much anywhere... I've already been to North Korea and I'm going to Iran in the fall. The only places I don't want to go are places that are truly dangerous (Somalia and Afghanistan), places that everyone agrees are boring (i.e. Abu Dhabi), and places that are completely filthy and disgusting (i.e. New Delhi and most other big Indian cities).
I'm a huge Neapolitan pizza fan, I even have a secret dream of opening my own DOC Neapolitan pizza place one day. As someone who lives in the DC area, I have to say 2 Amys is way better than Pizzeria Paradiso. Paradiso is OK, and I'm happy they are opening a new location in Old Town Alexandria (a 15 minute walk from my house), but it really pisses me off that they keep promoting themselves with a quote from the Washingtonian saying they are "better than any pizza...
Quote: Originally Posted by greg_atlanta I'd much rather travel by myself than stay home and waste vacation days doing nothing because my friends are too cheap/busy/non-committal to plan anything. Agree 100%. I've traveled by myself a lot, including to the Caribbean. I usually go for the diving, and it's pretty easy to meet fellow divers - although I have also met people on the beach, at bars, etc. It's not all couples...
It's not technically in the Caribbean, but I think Aruba is probably your best bet. It has pretty much everything - great beaches, nightlife, shopping, good restaurants, activities (diving/snorkeling, windsurfing, paragliding, etc.), and plenty of casinos. It's also pretty compact and easy to get around - everything you want to do is in the Palm Beach area or downtown Orajenstad, and it's very easy to travel between them. There are some tourist traps, but that's to be...
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