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post #436 of 1879
Celebrating Mrs. Cuffthis' birthday, 4/14/2005, dinner at Dillworthtown Inn, West Chester, PA.
post #437 of 1879
Love the shirt (T&A)? koji
post #438 of 1879
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Love the shirt (T&A)? koji
Polo "Curham" shirt.
post #439 of 1879
cuffthis, I have that same shirt (as well as a few other "Curhams") and also wear bow ties- you, Sir, have very good taste Regards, Jason
post #440 of 1879
Is it just me, or does Cuffthis bear an uncanny resemblance to Bill "Bubba" Clinton? If so, that woman does not look like Hilary at all. Bubba, in trouble again.
post #441 of 1879
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LA Guy: How did yo meet all these different types of people in LA? I haven't yet met anyone in the porn industry?
I went out with a girl in the fashion industry for a while (not nearly as great as my fiancee. Yes honey, I know you have spies here.) Also, I'm chatty. I figure that if someone doesn't want to talk to you, the worse they'll do (in most cases - if you're an Asian dude walking around 17th street near the Greyhound station, best to keep your mouth shut) is ignore you. A surprising number of people like to talk and get to know other people too, but are too afraid to make first contact. And you never know what people do/are like until you talk to them. Of course, I'm also about the only guy who'll engage the paranoid guy in Harvard Square who thnks that Bush arranged to have JFK assasinated. Wierd....
post #442 of 1879
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(esquire. @ April 14 2005,00:57) LA Guy: How did yo meet all these different types of people in LA? I haven't yet met anyone in the porn industry?
I went out with a girl in the fashion industry for a while (not nearly as great as my fiancee. Yes honey, I know you have spies here.) Also, I'm chatty. I figure that if someone doesn't want to talk to you, the worse they'll do (in most cases - if you're an Asian dude walking around 17th street near the Greyhound station, best to keep your mouth shut) is ignore you. A surprising number of people like to talk and get to know other people too, but are too afraid to make first contact. And you never know what people do/are like until you talk to them. Of course, I'm also about the only guy who'll engage the paranoid guy in Harvard Square who thnks that Bush arranged to have JFK assasinated. Wierd....
Which Bush? Jon.
post #443 of 1879
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This is what I wore to dinner for my brother's birthday on Saturday.   NOTE: Trousers are a little long because my new shoes are significantly smaller than my old ones.  Also, I have a 31" inseam, but have to buy 32". PS; man, I shoulda put my contacts in.
mmm, krispy kreme...
post #444 of 1879
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mmm, krispy kreme...
You can never go wrong with a good doughnut. Actually, those were for my brother's birthday as well. Krispy Kreme has been his thing since he was young; he could eat an entire dozen if nobody else was up early enough. And not an ounce of fat on him...jerk. Luckily, I still outdress him. He has a penchant for RealTree and Dixie flags, so I should be safe for a while.
post #445 of 1879
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Celebrating Mrs. Cuffthis' birthday, 4/14/2005, dinner at Dillworthtown Inn, West Chester, PA.
Great bow tie/shirt combo. Just excellent.
post #446 of 1879
Me a few months out of undergrad, lounging at my boss's desk in Michigan (he was a writer) in winter 1992-93. Shirt is Brooks Brothers, khakis are J Crew, shoes are Sperry:
post #447 of 1879
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Me a few months out of undergrad, lounging at my boss's desk in Michigan (he was a writer) in winter 1992-93. Shirt is Brooks Brothers, khakis are J Crew, shoes are Sperry:
Alan, with that outfit, and surrounded by those books, you bear a strong resemblance to Jack Kerouak.
post #448 of 1879
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Alan, with that outfit, and surrounded by those books, you bear a strong resemblance to Jack Kerouac.
[Fixed that wayward 'k'] And being like ol' Jack, in any respect, can NEVER be a bad thing. "They all write poetry and love jazz, women, and a casual lifestyle. They seek spiritual enlightenment. They delight in trolling for clothes in the Good Will and Army and Navy stores, they savor the simplest meal over a campfire. They are the Dharma Bums, rejecting the paralyzed emptiness they ascribe to middle class life." Oh, to be a Dharma Bum...
post #449 of 1879
You can't fall off a mountain.
post #450 of 1879
...was always more fond of Bukowski myself...
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