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New boots


They fit you??? I've yet to meet a human who can put them on...
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needed a front pocket card wallet for worldly travels. don't trust the damn pickpocketers around the world when I leave the comforts of Amurrica. (yes I know I need to dust/clean my desk off). I like the slim form factor of it. plus it was really cheap, $60. My mom "borrowed" my ferragamo card case last time my parents went to Europe and never gave it back Was thinking of getting a Bottega Venata, but I think I'll just get the full sized wallet when the time comes (in blue, in the interlaced pattern).
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A four-pack of fresh Pliny the Elder, a few bottles of Carmen Rodriguez Caro Dorum Selection Especial, and some Riedel tasting sets to flesh out the varietal specific collection.
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needed a front pocket card wallet for worldly travels. don't trust the damn pickpocketers around the world when I leave the comforts of Amurrica.

(yes I know I need to dust/clean my desk off).




I like the slim form factor of it. plus it was really cheap, $60. My mom "borrowed" my ferragamo card case last time my parents went to Europe and never gave it back Was thinking of getting a Bottega Venata, but I think I'll just get the full sized wallet when the time comes (in blue, in the interlaced pattern).

I have a similarly slim wallet for my everyday use. I actually find it difficult for international travel, because foreign currency won't fit in it.
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new bonsai from my guy in brooklyn:

its pretty big at 30in tall including the pot. Chinese Privet (Ligustrum) which are easy to keep inside.

pic taken with Lumix GF1 w/ 20mm pancake lens
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I have a similarly slim wallet for my everyday use. I actually find it difficult for international travel, because foreign currency won't fit in it.

Yeah. Usually money clip the cash...use mainly for cards.
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new bonsai from my guy in brooklyn: its pretty big at 30in tall including the pot. Chinese Privet (Ligustrum) which are easy to keep inside. pic taken with Lumix GF1 w/ 20mm pancake lens
That's a beaut. Any idea how old it is?
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That's a beaut. Any idea how old it is?

almost 30 yrs old
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needed a front pocket card wallet for worldly travels. don't trust the damn pickpocketers around the world when I leave the comforts of Amurrica.

(yes I know I need to dust/clean my desk off).

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I like the slim form factor of it. plus it was really cheap, $60. My mom "borrowed" my ferragamo card case last time my parents went to Europe and never gave it back Was thinking of getting a Bottega Venata, but I think I'll just get the full sized wallet when the time comes (in blue, in the interlaced pattern).

Do you have a link to that? It's almost exactly what I've been looking for.
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I have the card case version, its a great leather for the price
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Do you have a link to that? It's almost exactly what I've been looking for.

hey, bought it at the Jack Spade store in Venice, CA. They had a few in stock.

Didn't see it on their website though.

http://www.jackspade.com/shop/home.php?cat=348
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almost 30 yrs old

Nice. That's really cool.
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almost 30 yrs old

Very nice. How many times a day do you have to water it.
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Very nice. How many times a day do you have to water it.

most of my bonsai require watering every 2 to 3 days. its a weird way of watering too: you fill a basin up with water and submerge the whole pot up to the brim for 15-30min then just spray the leaves and trunk down.

since my apt is full of plants and about 4 bonsai i just stick em in the same basin then use the leftover water to water the rest of the plants.

the bonsais are kinda like pets with the upkeep. I'd teach to cleaning lady to do it but I don't want to blame her if something breaks.
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I needed some luggage for my upcoming honeymoon to Hawaii.

I got an amazing deal on this Swiss Army NXT 4.0 stuff, so I bought practically the whole set.

Garment Bag
22" Rolling
1 carry on size
1 Carpet bag
1 dop kit looking thing.



Calphalon 7" Santoku


White marble Pastry board

I really like how this looks on my island, hopefully I can put it to good use. Is cutting on marble a really bad idea?

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