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Quote: Originally Posted by Navi Chinese Alpha Males. edit: also, the outfit he's wearing in this pic cost him around $4000 according to his blog post Hermes man looks p'shopped into this photo. justification: He's the only guy wearing collar and suit pants with dress shoes in malaysia. everyone else is in sandals and shorts.
Quote: Originally Posted by Smartalox +1. I did well in high school math, but struggled mightily with math in University. Made it through though. It's enough to merely pass your math classes, but understand the concepts at the qualitative level. Getting involved in projects like solar car, or building a high-gas mileage racer kept my interest up, helped me make valuable industry contacts, and compensated for my lack of math scores. It might not hurt...
testing my new signature on hermes man quotes...
Quote: Originally Posted by Jangofett It would be better if you use as an avatar a picture with his actual face. I bet he will flip. He wont' flip. He'd suck in the adoration like a black hole. Successful troll dresses better than Hermes man
Quote: Originally Posted by Connemara This weekend, many liberals will be scrolling through these e-mails with one hand. conne is going to be scrolling Palin's emails with one hand, with his other hand on his Weiner.
Quote: Originally Posted by cretaceous_cretin Find a competent cobbler and take the shoes there. If the shoes can be fixed, the cobbler will be the one to do it. pics of a competent cobbler
ebay=worst place for watches
+1 for http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Institut_Le_Rosey During most of the 20th century, Le Rosey was referred to as the "School of Kings", as the school has educated many notable alumni, including 7 monarchs.[7][8] Le Rosey is currently in the planning stages of constructing the CHF 45 million (estimated $43 million USD) Carnal Hall, an Arts and Performance Centre for Le Rosey and the La Côte region currently scheduled for completion in 2012.[9][10] The school is...
was recommended interactive brokers (IB). cheapest in market, but service and platform were dubious I have read. I have no first hand experience, no do not represent any interests of IB.
when CAGR sounds like its in double digits why would they want to share the gains. But its good when old traditions are still handed down when quality tailoring is going downhill in HK
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