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post #226 of 249
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Can I get your suits if you decide to cross the Rubicon?
What size are you? When I next revise the will ... I should arrange for something.
post #227 of 249
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What size are you? When I next revise the will ... I should arrange for something.

I only wear navy blue and charcoal...

I'm kind of boring...
post #228 of 249
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Can I get your suits if you decide to cross the Rubicon?

You mean the Styx, right? I'm unaware that RSS is weighing a conquest of Rome...although if he is, Brioni for all!
post #229 of 249
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You mean the Styx, right? I'm unaware that RSS is weighing a conquest of Rome...although if he is, Brioni for all!
When one communicates regularly with lasbar ... one learns to read between, around, and through the lines.
post #230 of 249
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I only wear navy blue and charcoal...

I'm kind of boring...

Far from it, you're kind of consistent.

I speak this as the owner of only charcoal and navy suits, and as someone who almost exclusively wears only light blue and white shirts and brown and black shoes. For work, anyway.

I think SF (and Foo) fed the OCD in me.

I do have a good and eclectic collection of interesting sport coats, ties, pocket squares, and cuff links, though.
post #231 of 249
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Dead people are always more fondly remembered than during their lives...

Does that include Pol Pot?
post #232 of 249
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Can I get your suits if you decide to cross the Rubicon?

Correction: It's the River Styx, not the Rubicon.

If this forum is to be expanded to include art, culture, etc.,
then the least we can do is get our Classical references
right.
post #233 of 249
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Correction: It's the River Styx, not the Rubicon.

If this forum is to be expanded to include art, culture, etc.,
then the least we can do is get our Classical references
right.

I wasn't sure ...

Caesar crossed the Rubicon... Point of no return in my mind...

Mea culpa...

Errare humanum est.

SF is now like being on University challenge ...
post #234 of 249
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When one communicates regularly with lasbar ... one learns to read between, around, and through the lines.

It is the only Benefit of being bipolar..
post #235 of 249
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I wasn't sure ...

SF is now like being on University challenge ...

More like community college quiz night, I'm afraid.
post #236 of 249
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Does that include Pol Pot?

He was just misunderstood like Adolf...
post #237 of 249
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We call that nostalgia...

Dopey,Rjman,Vox ,Manton and many others have left the building...

I even miss FNB and his diatribes...

Together, they must have accumulated a brazillion Andypoints
post #238 of 249
I don't miss Manton at all. The douchiest guy at that one party you attended way back when? That was Manton.

Honestly, you can only see the same dumb question or listen to a virtual suck-off of a certain clothing proprietor 1000 or so times before it gets really tiresome.

Also, the 3rd or 4th time someone catches you taking pictures of yourself it becomes a problem, especially if you are trying to fuck her (or him, we don't discriminate here on SF).

By the way, I'm sad to report Vox has passed on due to an unfortunate and unforseen reaction to Scabal's latest Super 400's Vicuna Pharaoh fabric. It seems some Russian oil magnate poisoned the whole lot to maintain it's exclusivity after he heard Vox had commissioned 37 suits from the stuff. In lieu of flowers, his family requests that donations be made to the Tri-Lateral Commission.
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[quote=Big A;4115945]I don't miss Manton at all. The douchiest guy at that one party you attended way back when? That was Manton.

Honestly, you can only see the same dumb question or listen to a virtual suck-off of a certain clothing proprietor 1000 or so times before it gets really tiresome.

Also, the 3rd or 4th time someone catches you taking pictures of yourself it becomes a problem, especially if you are trying to fuck her (or him, we don't discriminate here on SF).

I didn't always agree with Manton especially when he ranted/sulked for hours but the guy is knowledgeable even if most of the time very partisan.

He was also an interesting character, a kind of father figure who kept in check some of the massive egos on display.

Rj was witty and certainly the type of guy I would have had a drink with.

Dopey was in the same vein...

FNB was interesting but he was his own man ...
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I don't miss Manton at all. The douchiest guy at that one party you attended way back when? That was Manton.

Honestly, you can only see the same dumb question or listen to a virtual suck-off of a certain clothing proprietor 1000 or so times before it gets really tiresome.

Also, the 3rd or 4th time someone catches you taking pictures of yourself it becomes a problem, especially if you are trying to fuck her (or him, we don't discriminate here on SF).

I didn't always agree with Manton especially when he ranted/sulked for hours but the guy is knowledgeable even if most of the time very partisan.

He was also an interesting character, a kind of father figure who kept in check some of the massive egos on display.

Rj was witty and certainly the type of guy I would have had a drink with.

Dopey was in the same vein...

FNB was interesting but he was his own man ...

I personally do miss Manton. I think a lot of people didn't get his sense of humor. I enjoyed how his behavior and humor always kept clothing in perspective; it is just clothing, don't be so serious. If you have strong opinions then have them, it says nothing of anybody's character. I feel like people always feel the need to be coddled on forums and not have any of their opinions challenged. As soon as somebody disagrees and feels strongly about anything all of the thin skinned people cry about it and scream close-mindedness.
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