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I would spend the money CD. They are a great shoe and probably feel like slippers now. The whole repair would be change out of $70. Not chuckable IMO. I have a guy in Sydney who can do the job if you want. 37 year old trained Italian background cobbler/shoemaker.
This mini Tornado happened on the harbour side of my suburb. Eerie! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgkb7w2WhgA&feature=youtu.be
1930s/early 40s shoes are notoriously narrow in the lacing area. The wrinkling is just a product of age and the previous user.They had very little wear despite being 70+- years old. Probably sitting in some closet somewhere. Nice waisted mild spade sole. On went the Topy good for another few years.American vintage quality.This is what America has lost.
Back to the Future - Day 2 Late 30s /early 40s Bostonians mild spades. With all the wet weather in Sydney did not want to go out in anything flimsy.
We have has a similar experience Down Under with the Rise and Fall of PM Rudd. To him, and to the coterie around him, his presidency was a radical discontinuity in American politicsThis was my take. He was a Leftist revolutionary student agitator (like Gillard) who simply would not let the campus go and grow up to be a big inclusive politician of the Centre Left/Social democrat.Ajami is one of the great writers of his generation.Thanks for drawing it to my attention.
Those military battle dress UK pants are awesome
Thanks I'll step it up just for you.
Charles Krauthammer on the Obama Fall http://www.nationalreview.com/article/347244/obama-fall
\Uptown Dandy/Dan Flores could fill you in on that model.
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