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post #16 of 19
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I If I were alone, I´d gladly catch a cab to find you, but I´ll be with my wife/parents and don´t know how to explain my USAD (used shoe acquisition disorder), and how I´m off to meet a stranger to pick up a couple of pairs of used shoes.

I have bought several items from SF members and there is always this wonderfully furtive quality while standing on a Manhattan street and exchanging cash for a brown envelope or paper bag.
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Churches - 11 3/8" x 4" (2 5/8" at waist) The sole does not overlap the shoe hardly at all.

J&M - 11 1/2" x 4 1/8" (2 6/8" at wait) The sole seems to extend past the shoe about 1/8 ".

Perfect. Never had actually measured my shoes!
post #18 of 19
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wonderfully furtive quality while standing on a Manhattan street and exchanging cash for a brown envelope or paper bag.

I imagine people have been arrested for this.

This reminds me of the tales of homebuying in high tax-avoidance countries such as Spain. The buyer literally shows up with a gym bag full of cash in order to pay the off-the-record part of the price.
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I imagine people have been arrested for this.

This reminds me of the tales of homebuying in high tax-avoidance countries such as Spain. The buyer literally shows up with a gym bag full of cash in order to pay the off-the-record part of the price.

I used to do transactions (Craigslist, etc.) this way at the grocery store across the street from my house because it is hard to explain to people how to find our front door---I had to stop though because the drug dealers at the (un)SafeWay thought I was infringing on their territory and started to give me nasty looks...
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