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post #31 of 43
So there was some tragic damage from the event. In today's paper, there was a picture of a worker cleaning up after several bottles of liquor fell from the shelves and broke. Let us bow our heads for the senseless waste.
post #32 of 43
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Originally Posted by cptjeff View Post

So there was some tragic damage from the event. In today's paper, there was a picture of a worker cleaning up after several bottles of liquor fell from the shelves and broke. Let us bow our heads for the senseless waste.

Let us pray.
post #33 of 43
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Originally Posted by Gdot View Post



Sky blue and white mini houndstooth Corneliani sport coat, White shirt, Orange Sherbet Cashmere tie by Emma Willis, Santorelli silk paisley pocket square, Borelli Khaki Trou, and to make matters all the worse, Grenson White Buckskin Oxfords with broughing.
 


ARGH!  Same here with the white full brogues!  At least I was outdoors on a boat dock when it happened.  Everyone thought it was just a wake hitting the dock and didn't notice how inappropriate my shoes were for such a solemn event.

 

post #34 of 43
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post

So ... what was everyone wearing for the big event?

My own bespoke suit tailored in H&S Crispaire Greige w/violet stripe, tattersall green/violet shirt, AE Strawfuts in Brown/Linen and Marcoliani hosiery
post #35 of 43
The earthquake came without warning. (They all do.)

Therefore, no one could plan the day's outfit. Those who wore something ordinary can be excused.

However, Hurricane Irene is on the way. Along with buying batteries and bottled water, a prudent person must make sartorial plans. There will be no excuses this time.
post #36 of 43
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Originally Posted by Mark Seitelman View Post

The earthquake came without warning. (They all do.)

Therefore, no one could plan the day's outfit. Those who wore something ordinary can be excused.

However, Hurricane Irene is on the way. Along with buying batteries and bottled water, a prudent person must make sartorial plans. There will be no excuses this time.

Even though its on a Sunday (allegedly)?
post #37 of 43
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Originally Posted by Mark Seitelman View Post

The earthquake came without warning. (They all do.)

Therefore, no one could plan the day's outfit. Those who wore something ordinary can be excused.

However, Hurricane Irene is on the way. Along with buying batteries and bottled water, a prudent person must make sartorial plans. There will be no excuses this time.

Finally, I can break out my $1,200 Arcyteryx Veilance Gore-Tex trench! Mackintoshes just won't do for a Category 3!
post #38 of 43
I'm thinking of having my oldest and worst charcoal pinstripe suit modified to be a tearaway model. When the hurricane hits full force, I want to be able to go from elegance to naked anarchy with no time wasted.

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post #39 of 43
I was in Manhattan at the time and i didnt even realize there was an earthquake this i got phone calls from loved ones.
post #40 of 43
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Originally Posted by togglebutton View Post

I was in Manhattan at the time and i didnt even realize there was an earthquake this i got phone calls from loved ones.

Isn't it funny how at any other time, people are either friends or relatives, but in the moment of a crisis they instantly become "loved ones"? lol8[1].gif
post #41 of 43
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


Isn't it funny how at any other time, people are either friends or relatives, but in the moment of a crisis they instantly become "loved ones"? lol8[1].gif

Drunk uncles need love too
post #42 of 43
http://gis.nyc.gov/oem/he/searchAddress.htm
Looks like i'm in the safe zone.

edit: forgot to mention this is in reference to the coming hurricane.
post #43 of 43
yawn
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