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post #16 of 24
Andrew,

Good to see that business is going great somewhere.

Combining these with your earlier weekly reports,
I'm wondering if you are buying them faster than you can wear them?
Darned difficult problem to have, BTW.

Lovely additions for anyone's shoe rack.
post #17 of 24
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Charley
Andrew,

Good to see that business is going great somewhere.

Combining these with your earlier weekly reports,
I'm wondering if you are buying them faster than you can wear them?
Darned difficult problem to have, BTW.

Lovely additions for anyone's shoe rack.


Thanks Charley. Fortunately my comapny has been doing pretty well over the last several years (knock on wood).

As for the speed of acquisition, it has definitley outpaced my ability to break them into the rotation.
post #18 of 24
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Originally Posted by aportnoy
Thanks Charley. Fortunatey my comapny has been doing pretty well over the last several years (knock on wood).

As for the speed of acquisition, it has definitley outpaced my ability to break them into the rotation.

You could employ some people on the forum as subcontractors to help you with this. What size are you again?
post #19 of 24
I love the Sandon! As you know, I just got it in black, and I think the toe is really cool.
post #20 of 24
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Originally Posted by zjpj83
I love the Sandon! As you know, I just got it in black, and I think the toe is really cool.


I know you have a soft spot for the Sandons Z! This is my second pair, I 've also got them in dark brown suede.
post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by aportnoy
Fortunately my comapny has been doing pretty well over the last several years (knock on wood).
I bet your company has a subsidiary:
"Shoe acquisition and maintenance (under personal control of the proprietor)"
post #22 of 24
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by bengal-stripe
I bet your company has a subsidiary:
"Shoe acquisition and maintenance (under personal control of the proprietor)"


Strictly an offshore operation Bengal!

And I use "my company" in the broadest sense (in that they allow to work there.)
post #23 of 24
nice new stuff! it's posts like yours that keep me goin/ connected to luxury and civilization. wait till you see the new item i'm workin on at the moment...and imagine buying a new sartorial thing or two, but waiting until Xmas to see and wear it!
post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by The_Foxx
nice new stuff! it's posts like yours that keep me goin/ connected to luxury and civilization. wait till you see the new item i'm workin on at the moment...and imagine buying a new sartorial thing or two, but waiting until Xmas to see and wear it!


Thanks Foxx! You've got my imagination thusly piqued. Please, tell us more.
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