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Quote: Originally Posted by downwithianbrown yeah, the problem is that its the aluminum that stains the shirts and the aluminum that prevents the perspiration. I don't believe it is this simple, but just imagine you took a piece of metal, wet it every day, and left it on some fabric, it would rust and discolor, so the yellow isnt from urea or sweat, but from the aluminum. this may sound over the top, or too "gay" for some, but I had the same problem...
Weleda spray. Recommend the sage scent. Got the idea from Glenn O'Brien, the style guy at GQ and haven't used anything else since. They make a great salt toothpaste, too, but since it's brown, it lacks a certain visual appeal.
A true pioneer. I just read his list of "10 Greatest Achievements." Also saw the "face exercises" video. Do they work? That's one body part I don't hit!
It will be very hard and VERY hard to maintain. So, have you considered hiring a nutritionist, even an on-line one that works with bodybuilders and celebrities? Try Chris Aceto.
Ate dinner next to Lisa Kudrow in Park City, Jan. 30, 2010. She looks fantastic, so good that I didn't believe it was her (she is 47) until the waiter confirmed it. Vassar girl. And dig this, when she got married, at about 30-something, she was a virgin. A little disappointed when I heard her order a filet medium-well and butterflied. Didn't say shit to her or try to take a picture--she was with her husband and 3 other couples and I thought it would be obnoxious.
Went to see "The Way Back" and then after doing even just a small amount of research, I have concluded that not only the movie, but the entire story is bullshit. There is no way these guys could have survived a journey of this duration under these conditions. On this basis and after reading some similar reviews of the book, I am not going to read the book. Also as far as the movie goes, in addition to being terminally boring (it makes "The Road" look hilarious by...
You must be careful about vintage watches unless they have been recently completely worked over. I bought one that was represented as keeping good time and it took me $250 to get it to do so. Watches are finicky and don't age well. I recommend a good value automatic such as a Louis Erard which have a nice price point at about $650 (US). Also, if you want a quality used watch (not vintage but gently worn, usually), I recommend a website: www.watchuseek.com I have...
I have bought more than a few items there and, never having had a reason to return anything, was there mostly for the customer service. I brought my 85-year old father in for two new suits in the $500-$700 range and I don't think the salesman could have been nicer, even with my mother bitching about how the pants fit him in his (non-existent) ass. The salesman and the tailor were exceedingly accomodating to her complaints and my Dad's needs. Alas, he only needed the...
Quote: Originally Posted by Doctor Can any of you Chippewa owners shed light on the sizing? I usually get a size 14E in brands like Alden. Unfortunately the Chippewa boot I want only comes in 14EE or 14D. What are my chances of getting away with a 14D? I *hate* narrow shoes, but I read somewhere that the Chip's may run a bit large. Have to say they look brilliant in terms of aesthetics and craftsmanship. A tad wide, but not enough if you...
I have two pairs of this brand and they are fine boots. Also, made in USA, but it always pays to check with each model at each purchase.
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