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Bitched and moaned in one of the spam threads. It's been ridiculous over the past few days. I also remember that in March 2013 there was a ridiculous influx of spambots too. How was it rectified then?
Necrobumping, but I did see this online today: Spring Sale at L’UOMO 60% Off Ready Made Suits and Sport Jackets 50% Off Hand Made Pants 50% Off Sweaters and Outerwear 50% Off Hand Made Shoes Don't know the dates, but the Comcast Center events site is completely up to date as I checked some recent developments and it is listed.
That was a poetic necro bump. Let me try... There once was a brand named Crockett Its Jones was so long it had to sock it
Yes, had the same feeling when I came back a week ago. Even many of the regulars seemed to have gone away.
Recommend wearing Burberry check pants 3 sizes too small while stuffing your crotch with a sock. That'll attract the women you want.
This is scrumptious. If it were a few inches longer, I'd be tempted as I need a new tuxedo for a wedding. Oh well.
Thanks for the info guys. Here's hoping that it won't be too much of a deterrent as I already had narrow feet to begin with.
Hello fellow SFers. I unfortunately had a bad sporting mishap this week and broke my left ankle in several places and dislocated it, requiring surgery. I tell you this not to elicit pity, though that certainly would be lovely, but rather to see if any of you have experienced this injury or something similar and how it affected your footwear. I am worried that my shoes will no longer fit me properly and I will be relegated to gunboats in order to accommodate the metal...
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To me, it all sort of distills down to this one sentence: find your personal style and don't get suckered into SF groupthink. There are obviously some amazingly well attired gentlemen on here, and many of them have their unique style, and sadly, some try to push that as the look onto people. I see many new members accepting this advice like gospel without so much as questioning the advice giver. It's about identifying needs and finding the best options. Don't be a pig...
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