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not if the kids want to be taught by a teacher who is awake...
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Been away for a long time but been catching up and plan on getting back into posting. Will try and use a real camera but decided to start with a crappy blackberry pic just to get something posted. Please excuse the cluttered environment, not my own.
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Been away for a long time but been catching up and plan on getting back into posting. Will try and use a real camera but decided to start with a crappy blackberry pic just to get something posted. Please excuse the cluttered environment, not my own.

Vbrasta, I like the ribbon belt - a nice touch in a less formal outfit.
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Okay, now that's a little too snug, even for me. And I'm a guy who likes tapered jackets.

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You are killin' me with that bag, man. Back when I first got into backpacking I learned that the best way to cut weight was to get a small pack that can't hold much gear. It didn't take long for me to apply the same principle to teaching. I highly recommend it.
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Hey, Spoo - If it helps, you look great!!

T
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Hey, Rob..that jacket would look great with a pair of red pants.

T
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^ Looking great, Rob. I like everything except the tie - next time try a repp tie (BB#1 maybe?).

Are those khakis Ercole's too?
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Graduation dinner my school provided at a place on the river in Cinci. Lifestyle shots follow.



some of the guys I'm graduating with. A motley looking crew, but they're my best friends in the world.
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You are killin' me with that bag, man. Back when I first got into backpacking I learned that the best way to cut weight was to get a small pack that can't hold much gear. It didn't take long for me to apply the same principle to teaching. I highly recommend it.

I get shit from colleagues as well...lol

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Hey, Rob..that jacket would look great with a pair of red pants.

T

Its a real heavy weight fabric, great for a 40 degree May day...all my reds are by far too light in weight to pair with it...maybe if I can find some wool?

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^ Looking great, Rob. I like everything except the tie - next time try a repp tie (BB#1 maybe?).

Are those khakis Ercole's too?

Yup, they're a real heavy calvary twill...great for the freezing temps. It was soooo cold today!
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I get shit from colleagues as well...lol



Its a real heavy weight fabric, great for a 40 degree May day...all my reds are by far too light in weight to pair with it...maybe if I can find some wool?



Yup, they're a real heavy calvary twill...great for the freezing temps. It was soooo cold today!

I was wondering WTF was up with the tweed in May. I am wearing linen and gingham today. It is close to 90 in NOLA.

Mike
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Brioni blazer
Brioni shirt
Zegna pant
Brioni belt
CH socks
JL slip-ons
Creed cologne
Tiffany watch
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Graduation dinner my school provided at a place on the river in Cinci. Lifestyle shots follow.



Congratulations and good luck mossrockss. You totally crushed your friends in the sartorial department ... NOT FAIR

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Do his parents live in that northwestern area at the top of the "mitten"? Leland oir Traverse City perhaps (my fiancee visited that area last August).

I think he said Traverse City ... I'll check with him. He is out today!
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host a dinner for 6 mid-20s girls tonight as one of them is celebrating her 26th.
Tough & thankless job - but we are the best suited..

Tough and shankless [or spankless/wankless if that's your preference] is the more proper lament in this setting!

Best suitless, BTW.



- M
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Today, equal parts paprika, sumo and wrinkles.
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Rob, do you happen to know the cuff width on those trousers? - Keith
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