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We have lost our way. The land lays barren, the masters have either jumped ship or barely lurk. We must return to the marrow; the albumen, yes, that's it. Respect the old, and search for the new. As long as there is even a single man out there who wears square-toed shoes, we must not rest. The future lays within history. The 'do's & don'ts' are incomplete without the 'whys and wherefores'. There is still work to be done. The well is still deep. The sword will rise again.
First off, to all who were involved in the cockfight...I'm sure you're all good people, and I would like to encourage everyone to practice the art of diplomacy toward one another. This is part of being a gentleman. It is also a wonderful opportunity to hone your social skills by a) giving the benefit of the doubt to others b) askng for clarification when in doubt and c) demonstrating the same level of respect you yourself would like to enjoy. I wish you all a prosperous...
$50 per toe and the rest for free.
Of the two, the thin stripes. Sorry for ringing in late.
A parka is supposed to look bulky, especially a down-filled parka. The feathers need space to do their job of insulating you from the cold. Therefore, a tight fitting down-filled parka defeats the purpose of the feathers because it squashes them together. Do not size down but rather wear an extra layer over the Tee.
The shirts look fine but I like the arm gestures. Air Traffic Controller?
Cedar panelled walls, cedar tiles, cedar shavings, cedar oil (if you can find it - it is banned in Canada). Rotate your clothes. Agitate yor clothing with your hand between the suits, running your hand up & down the garments. Moths don't like to be disturbed and hate cedar oil/wood. Keep window areas clean. Moth eggs can blow into your home with a breeze. That is all I can think of at the moment.
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