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post #31 of 141
dick van dyke's suits look so good on that show. made me change minds about high waists. wish he had used four in hands with perfect dimples more tho

also wow at biddle's lapels. they almost cover his chest
post #32 of 141
Going through all these style threads makes me realize how unfunny people are on sf. I mean, you'd think that after someone posted a ridiculous pic in one of the other threads, or even in the same thread that others would get the point that the joke is lame.
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I don't know why, but I am glad to see you posting such wonderful, iconic American pics. I always thought you were one of those unctuous anglophiles who can't say something nice about America without some dry, underhanded remark to go along with it.
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And don't tell me the photo is oversized ... that's part of American style.
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Come on, guys.









post #38 of 141
I enjoy it when American style manifests itself as a confident outfit. happy holiday's...
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Kelly Johnson...?
post #40 of 141
Well, there's so much great American style so:
post #41 of 141
^^^ That A&P is only a few short blocks from where my family had a house. It is so small ... and the aisles so narrow ... it required specially down-sized shopping carts.
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^^^ That A&P is only a few short blocks from where my family had a house. It is so small ... and the aisles so narrow ... it required specially down-sized shopping carts.
I thought of you when I posted that picture. I couldn't remember the name of the main 'party' street in New Orleans at the time of posting, so I just posted what I consider to be a typical picture. I didn't noticed the A&P store, which is coincidental, if not particularly interesting, as their demise/eclipse has been mentioned as an example in a book I'm currently reading. I've always wanted to go to New Orleans, after Cleveland of course
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