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You are... a bit odd. smile.gif

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I was at an event in Naples, FLA and they instructed "biz casual" and decided to go "resort formal"  SP is hart shaffner marx,  shirt is crouxli, slacks are Chaps, socks ar polo, shoes are Bass...the close-up is a horrible shot but i wanted to show pattern of shirt.

 

 

 

 

This is a more formal event a few weeks back  SP is Hickey freeman, Shirt (circ 2012) and tie (circ 1997) are BB, dark navy slack and black bostonian wingtips with boring socks

 

 

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nothing personal, but you have fucking awful grammar. Please fix that before you tell people theyre childish.

ALSO I HAVE OVER 6K POASTS!!!!! CONGRATS ME! (thanks for pointing that out, i hadnt noticed)

LOL, I love it! 

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If only post count denoted intelligence. Then I'd be THIS MANY smart! And Stitches would have cured cancer.

BTW, I just had awesome post in, of all places, Whnay's Good Taste Thread. It dealt with cuckold innuendo and having a 15" rig. Right up your alley. I'll let you have a look and give it a thumbs up. I'll wait.

Goodness, you have a 15" rig? Should I be dating you, or should I just assume that you're working on the Second Avenue subway project in the capacity of "drill bit"?
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As a member with over 6k in posting, you're childish...  and, again stupidity 

a dude who posts in almost entirely senseless blurbs, and who until was taught otherwise, did not even quote the day old posts he was referencing, aught to think twice before accusing others of being childish and stupid. lets all relax ok?
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Man, Upr has been on fire (no pun intended big boy) with his snark of late. Great stuff.
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Wow, I leave for a week and its like starting at the same page again. Only not.........................................
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Man, Upr has been on fire (no pun intended big boy) with his snark of late. Great stuff.

Of late, there has been a plethora of material that has appealed to me - to be reflected through the prism of my warped sense of humor. I am glad that the snark has been appreciated.
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Of late, there has been a plethora of material that has appealed to me - to be reflected through the prism of my warped sense of humor. I am glad that the snark has been appreciated.

:cough: 15" rig :cough:
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Wow, I leave for a week and its like starting at the same page again. Only not.........................................

This is what happens when life outside of the StyFo sets in.
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It even gets more German when I let you know that I bored the pitch circle and finished the surface on these aluminium flanges on my cnc mill myself after calculating the exact resulting sag of the 15 foot aluminium round bar under net weight and evenly distributed load. I mean... how else would I be able to decide which profile from which alloy to utilize or how many and if so where to employ mounting suspensions? I mean what am I? an Italian engineer?

It depends. Does the bar regularly refuse to function, or does it regularly produce large amounts of smoke from no apparent source?

Also, enginerd to enginerd, I applaud your nerdery.

 

Enginerd through and through...

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/341010/the-oneshirt-a-phoenix-from-the-ashes/270#post_6229526

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In New Zealand for a wedding. Stitch will recognize the tie.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I think that'd look better with a more natural shade of green for the PS.

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I think that'd look better with a more natural shade of green for the PS.

 

More natural as in darker?

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More natural as in darker?

 

Less neon (and probably darker, too)! tongue.gif

 

Something like this?

 

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