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It is unlikely that the breakup of the aircraft would rip your body apart, but thankfully you would pass out from hypoxia at 35K in a few seconds. As for the water, it will probably break you apart when you hit, but a few have survived. "Think of others who have gone before you. Think of Vesna Vulovic, a flight attendant who in 1972 fell 33,000 feet in the tail of an exploded DC-9 jetliner; she landed in snow and lived. Vesna knew about molecules. Think of Joe Hermann...
I had a hard time finding someone with good tailoring ability, who would fully canvas the suit and had decent fabric. In the end I saved my money and bought a Chan when I got home.
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Quote: Originally Posted by distinctive Great shoes, mind a closeup picture of the soles? I will take a bunch more photos tonight.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Mark from Plano Don't know whether those are right or wrong...just know that they make my eyes bleed. Those need a pilgrim's hat and a blunderbuss to go with
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Quote: Originally Posted by Philip1978 How are those new? "As New" Have been worn once.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=280345466525 http://i15.ebayimg.com/02/i/001/49/86/4c8f_12.JPG $150 shipped for SF members. SOLD
Quote: Originally Posted by Mark from Plano I think it depends completely on your body type and which looks better on you. If you are young, slim and fit, the Isaia is more likely to give you a sleeker look that you're after. If you are a bit heavier or need some help hiding a less than perfect physique, the Oxxford might be a better choice. Go by a Nieman Marcus near you (they all carry both lines) and try both on and see which sillouette looks...
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