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You can call a store directly and they will ship to Canada. This is true for Ralph Lauren, NM, Nordstrom etc. Then you just have to deal with customs. Quote: Originally Posted by remy185 ok but will stores ship to canada, the website doesn't
I wear a Sinn EZM1 on my left wrist. That way the crown pushers do not poke into the back of my hand. When I dive, the pushers don't snag anything. I've always worn my depth gauge on my right hand. In addition to the Panerai Destro, Chronoswiss makes a Timemaster and Timemaster Chrono with large "onion" left-handed crowns. I don't think it is a matter of paying a premium for the left-handed crown they are just not done that often and usually done by high end watch...
+1 Quote: Originally Posted by litho Tumi
I made the transition from industry to academe and the first thing I noticed was that university reflects the larger world: few people dress well whether they are a university president or a professor. As Dewey notes I don't think there is a requisite dress code that typifies academic life. University environments allow for expressions of individuality but use your head and express that individuality with good taste. Wearing an ill-fitting, quilted Thom Browne jacket...
quite ugly on a variety of levels
Do you think if I knitted a sweater from my back hair and got a semi-celebrity to wear it - say Ron Jeremy - that I could sell it for big $$$? No, that won't work 'cause you couldn't tell where Ron ended and the sweater began. Nevermind.
Yeah, Whoopie did some good stuff early on.
Well, I'm sure we all have a great deal to learn from the candid ratings and comments of wealthy men in this and other impartial survey
Sometimes it is cultural. When I worked in Latin America people would make plans for dinner or meetings and not show up. I took offense; I wondered why they didn't have the courtesy to show up. But later I was told that that was the way things are. No one takes offense if you say you will be there and don't show up. So it was me who had unrealistic expectations. But, that said, if I promise to do something or be somewhere then I try to meet that obligation to the...
Ever since I can remember I have been an early riser and to this day I'm up between 5:30 and 5:45 AM and at work by 6:15 or 6:30 at the latest. Asleep by 11:00 or 11:30 PM. I've never been able to sleep much later than 7:30 AM irrespective of what time I went to bed. Early mornings are great in spring and summer but mornings this time of year are cold, black and miserable. I'm glad I have a remote car starter.
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