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If you are at all interested, definitely go to the Museum of Natural History in Dublin. It is very old school. Cool and a little bizarre.
Now it's an even better deal. Price cut! Yes, HF does size pretty large. I would say this is more like a medium or 40R.
How about Charles M. Schulz http://altcomics.files.wordpress.com...pg?w=425&h=280
It is pissing me off that I can't change the calendar to start on Monday instead of Sunday. Oh wait, I can, but I have to change the region settings to United Kingdom.
Hickey Freeman. Loro Piana Storm System. 100% linen. Light green. They call it olive, and it's a nice soft green shade. Partial lining. Suede trim. Like a LP Horsey Jacket. Size small. Runs a little roomy. HF often sizes very generously and I'd say this is more like a Medium or 40R. Originally $1395. SOLD Chest: 44.5" Waist: 42.5" Can be cinched smaller with drawstring Shoulder is a raglan style, so hard to give a solid measurement Length from bottom of collar...
Don't bother with the 64. In a year or so I'm sure Apple will release one with two cameras and more memory for less money. I have a 32 and I find it stores plenty.
Quote: Originally Posted by Brothersport Also the more I look back on it, the more I'm totally shocked that the 3 best FA on the market, who all command max deals, all took less money to play together. Has a player in any fucking league ever taken a smaller than max contract at ~age 27?? I keep hearing this, and is it really right if you look at the numbers? New York has a state income tax (2010) of 8.97%. He would also have to pay 3.648% for...
"It's not about sharing, you know, its about everybody having they own spotlight." LeBron That says a lot...
Given his theater work, I'm pretty sure Carl has made a shirt like that at least once. This thread has reminded me I need to get over to CEGO and order more shirts.
Quote: Originally Posted by mintyfresh "Those sources said that James' representatives requested they be allowed to sell sponsorship for the one-hour special, with the proceeds going to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and that ESPN agreed to the proposal but had not been told what James has decided." Yes, a bit over the top, but at least it's hedged by some charitable act. Being an egomaniac for charity is still being an egomaniac.
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