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Posts by Mr. Lee

Life is not a dress rehearsal and this is very well thought out, indeed. Fucking go for it!
+1 and maybe move the button in the meantime. You can see it's pulling, right?
+1. You need lace-ups for starters....
Sure, and so is the meat.
The shoes are fine for a guy in your position, whether you overpaid or not. But, unfortunately, asking a sensible question in good faith on this site does not immunize you from abusive responses from assholes. They just like to fuck with people.
P-Diddy, or whatever name he goes by. I admire his business savvy but as far as his music goes, forget it. I think he is better as an actor, actually. But, then I have to say I also think that, his immaculate grooming aside, he is not very good looking or in particularly good shape. I don't know who the hell buys his clothes, either.
Just finished Ian Frazier's "Travels in Siberia." "New Yorker" readers who know his stuff should not miss it--it is as entertaining as it is exhaustively researched. Now on a Martin Booth kick: His "A Very Private Gentleman" was the basis for the move "The American" with George Clooney. His 'The Industry of Souls" was great and I'm now on to "Hiroshima Joe." Check the reviews on Amazon if you need confirmation. Too bad he died several years ago; he was very prolific...
Presumptuous at best.
In New York, it is crazy to use one but not crazy to have one if you can justify the garage fees to use it to get out of town on weekends
Polo wool glen plaid blazer, ticket-pocketed, double vented, two button, fit me like a custom job and clean as a whistle: $7.95.
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