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Ian's shoelace site There are various ways to tie a bar or straight lace. Note in the pictures, your shoes have 5 pairs of eyelets, and the other photo have 6.
Off topic, but the bow looks a tad wide to my eye.
Those are very nice. I love the look of that navy suede.
This thread is sorely lacking in in-depth discussion of the subtle and significant differences between the AE Park Avenue and the AE Strand.
Recent debate on adoption of the city budget in San Francisco:
Trousers with a crease were considered plebeian; the crease proved that the garment had lain upon a shelf, and hence was “ready-made”; these betraying trousers were called “hand-me-downs,” in allusion to the shelf. - Booth Tarkington, The Magnificent Ambersons ...but they do look sharp.
The place has character.Luke 13:6-9
That has a lot to recommend it. Sort of a scorpion bowl thing.
That's atmosphere. Sadly, I hear that Cable Car is moving, over to Sutter right down the block from the Hound. I fear it will lose something in the translation.I had a steak at John's Grill on the way home this evening. There was a table full of conventioneers being hosted by a Asian gentleman who had to be in his late 60's, at least. He was wearing a perfect Navy with pink pindot bow tie. Made my day.
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