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Some of the shells are fragile. This is a consideration if there are underwater protrusions (trees, rocks etc). Clinkers are much much cheaper and can handle rougher handling. They ofcourse do not go as fast. Back in the late 70s early 80s, I used to row on the Thames. Mostly in eights. Early morning on the water is magical. -
Quote: Originally Posted by globetrotter not really - but here is the one thing you simply must do, no excuses - go to the islam museum, one of the best museums in the world. and seriously, I shit you not. aside from that, I usually end up in the old city and eat lebanese. their is also an iraqi fish place that is very good, and might be the only place outside of iraq that serves river fish from iraq grilled in the iraqi manner. as to clothing,...
Any sartorial splendors? Any one interested in SF meat up on Friday Evening. Shoe circle pic or not. -
Just turned down an offer of 3X what I am making now. I must be insane. -
Quote: Originally Posted by AE7 Hey man. Why dont you try to make something out of infusion systems (not used ones)... chains and simple dolls out of them used to be pretty popular in the last years of Soviet Union Can one make cufflinks from these? Why restrict to unused ones. Could be mementos of events. -
Where in Italy? Serviced or not? -
He is the quality seller and it shows.
My bootmaker just got a new shipment and there are some goat/sheep (or a very small calf) suede pieces. Any experience with these for shoes? Are they only suitable for soft mocassin type shoes? Much thanks -
Quote: Originally Posted by a24z I am at a loss to understand what prompted him to write such a positive review on Alden shoes. In my view it is one of the worst brands of shoes available in the market right now. I would advise everyone to think twice before buying them. I am saying this from my personal experience. Five months ago I purchased a pair of Alden Welterweight. Everything went well for the first four months. After that it started showing signs...
One of my neighbours and his wife both lost their jobs in the last year. They have about $60 K of credit card debt and he is no longer able to make payments. He has a bank locker from when they used to live on the west coast where he still has some family heirlooms. With limited funds, he does not want to go and get the items out. He is concerned that with the default on the credit card, he may lose the belongings in the locker. Can anyone shed some light on...
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