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Quote: Originally Posted by Mildly Consumptive You can try, but it is technically a crime. Should I notify the RCMP?
Quote: Originally Posted by desm0nd Am I able to have the place say its a gift or something to avoid taxes/duties.. Yes, if marked as a gift and valued at $50 or less, you should not be dinged.
Quote: Originally Posted by likeitaloud Assholes...Canada is all a huge scam. What is free market referring to? Commercial products? We need the tax dollars to run our socialist empire and slag the US on our news shows like The Rick Mercer Report and Royal Canadian Air Farce. How else will we warn Canadians about the perils of Greedy America?
Taxes and duties will be close to 30%.
Quote: Originally Posted by coolpapaboze If I were a pimp, I would wear Stefano Ricci. I saw a black Ricci tie with rows of tiny crystals every couple of inches at NM and it was going for $625.
Quote: Originally Posted by voxsartoria Again, I can't name a modern bespoke tailor...can you? - B Djay?
Quote: Originally Posted by poorsod I don't remember if it was a US 38 or 40 equivalent. But I am about a US 42 typically and it wears large. Thanks! I have a 39 chest, so depending on the suit maker, I am a 38 or 40 US. I have a 38 in the Beaufort and it has a loose fit, but that is what I like about it.
Quote: Originally Posted by mack11211 As I recall, the M&H size range does not include Small. They grow 'em big in Florida. Yeah, that's what I figured, thanks. Quote: Originally Posted by poorsod Blast this is a tough one to consider. I tried the smallest sized Forestiere they had available at Arnys and I still felt I was swimming in it. It is a very loose and baggy fit. But the price for something so cool and distinct...
No 38's
Not sure if this is of interest to anyone, but Hobbs & Kent has an online store now: http://store.hobbsandkent.com/cufflinks1.html
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