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Gingham is a staple in any shirtmaker's collection, though it may be difficult to find it in black and white. Blue and white should be easy to find. You might start with online retailers. http://www.sierratradingpost.com/sea...criptions=True http://www.thomaspink.com/pws/CatalogueSearch.ice http://www.neimanmarcus.com/search.j...equestid=11628 http://www.harvieandhudson.com/product.phtml?id=25]
Fun, quirky, and not a huge investment. They can make for good conversation pieces in casual situations. I bought a "reverso" for a trip to Brazil, in case I was mugged and lost my watch. I rarely wear it now.
Quote: Originally Posted by Slopho Well this sucks: http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news?slu...yhoo&type=lgns I hope he isn't done, but the big guys in the league are starting to old. KG, Duncan, Shaq, Ilgauskas disease. Big guys put so much stress on their feet, it takes a huge toll. For the sake of the game, I hope Yao makes it back on the court, and soon.
I'm not so down on Cleveland's trade for Shaq as everyone else. Of course, this is assuming he is willing to get into shape by playoff time next year: http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...2&postcount=39
Quote: Originally Posted by Teacher I thought of another one, and I'm going to get a lot of flack for it, but: Full Metal Jacket: There, I said it. Now, I don't think it's a bad movie at all, and there are aspects of it (the cinematography, much of the acting, his starkly/darkly realistic portrayal of war and the day-to-day military) that I think are just wonderful. It's just that Kubrick's haphazard storytelling and editing make it fall short for me...
Quote: Originally Posted by Baron That's a pretty sensible list, except I'd put Duncan in that gourp. I'd drop the Big O to the end of the group and argue that Kobe is now vying with him for that spot, but I think you mostly have the right cast of characters. The next group includes: Hakeem Moses Malone The Logo Isaiah Yeah, Duncan, West, and Kobe probably head up my next group. I rank Robertson so high because the guy was the original...
Quote: Originally Posted by RFX45 I prefer Hedo over Carter any day. Carter is ok but he chucks up too many shot. He will be shooting 18-20 shots a night and cannot distribute the ball well. For this trade to work well, Carter has to learn how to drive and drop pass to Howard once the help comes and he'll be filled with assist, IF he can do it. In other news... I agree that Carter's offense is limited by his limited passing ability, but...
We could spend a lifetime arguing about the merits and the ordering of the top 50, but I think it's easier to make a shorter list (Among the top 50, I'd include Bob Lanier instead of Walt Bellamy and I wouldn't rank either McHale or Pippen as highly. No one would remember either of them if they didn't win championships with Bird and Jordan, respectively). Here's my top 8 based on how they changed the way the game, and/or their position, is played: 1. Michael...
Quote: Originally Posted by thekunk07 rubio would have been great on oklahoma city holy shit! knicks made a good pick Quote: Originally Posted by Rambo ^ OK City whiffed on that pick. Rubio, Green, and Durant would have made one of the best backcourts in the league. And what the fuck was with Minnesota taking three point guards? Rubio said publicly that he didn't want to play in OKC. I find the trades much more...
1. RL, but only Purple Label or Polo; none of the Lauren, Chaps, etc. lines for me (or conspicuous logos). 2. Brooks Brothers. I like their sweaters and I own a few belts and pairs of socks, but most everything else doesn't fit me well. They are my source for MTM BD collar shirts. 3. J. Crew. Don't shop there, but perhaps I should take a look at their casual clothing.
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