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was that Queen Latifah?

No, Loleatta Holloway:



She was big when you were in your twenties.

Looks like she is still big.

I just sold a suede jacket, I am happy
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Then, I'm happy, too.
post #213 of 250
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

Costume isn't style. I don't understand why Boardwalk Empire inspires anybody other than people who like to dress nostalgically.

People say the same about tweed, and tailored clothing in general.
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Costume isn't style. I don't understand why Boardwalk Empire inspires anybody other than people who like to dress nostalgically.

People say the same about tweed, and tailored clothing in general.

Heads up Doc, don't say anything derogatory about Iroh, Mr. Corbera has his back.
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Heads up Doc, don't say anything derogatory about Iroh, Mr. Corbera has his back.

The single set of footprints tells me now is the time to strike, while Senor Corbera's hands are full.
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With attack owl?
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Shhh!

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He probably did before it got whisked away to DT for no good reason.
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...not everyone in the real world is as knowledgeable as SFers.
 


Congratulations, you get to use it.

 

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

You would all love to pull my hair.

Not me. I've just as much myself, and it's wiry.

I'm hoping my bespoke shoes experience won't turn into a hair loss.
post #221 of 250
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

Watch this three times and understanding will come in the fullness of time.

I have this video on a continuous loop 24-7 can't get enough...........cumon cumon.....yeah yeah baby
post #222 of 250
So why am I buying bespoke baggy pants, undies and sneakers when I can buy baggy pants from the Marky Mark Collection and have them right NOW! .....cumon cumon yeah yeah yeah
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Originally Posted by Asian Afro View Post

I'm hoping my bespoke shoes experience won't turn into a hair loss.
When using reliable makers, mistakes (on the part of the maker) will be corrected. Don't get your panties in a wad before having a civil discussion and taking it through to a conclusion. Of course, when talking it through, dont' be unreasonable.

Since a few of the mistakes I've experienced, one thing I always do is go back over my order in detail before giving the green light to proceed. I never assume they 'just know' what I meant.
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You would all love to pull my hair.

Mr Booth ....I would be happy to pull your hair,but would my hand come away with a rug? Just saying the Hair Club For Men is still out there........
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post

People say the same about tweed, and tailored clothing in general.
Then 50% of my wardrobe is costume for the first reason ... and 90% for the second.
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