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post #1786 of 2002
I used to wear v-necks a lot, from age 5 (school uniform) to 35. But one of my brothers has always hated them, and one time he told me it was because they lack material in the place you need it the most. I laughed at the time. But I don't know if it's because of that idea creeping slowly into my head or simply because I moved to CA, but I haven't worn them now for several years. W/ a sport coat and tie, I think they look a good kind of professorial and I'd probably wear them again if we moved somewhere cold.
post #1787 of 2002
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I used to wear v-necks a lot, from age 5 (school uniform) to 35. But one of my brothers has always hated them, and one time he told me it was because they lack material in the place you need it the most. I laughed at the time. But I don't know if it's because of that idea creeping slowly into my head or simply because I moved to CA, but I haven't worn them now for several years. W/ a sport coat and tie, I think they look a good kind of professorial and I'd probably wear them again if we moved somewhere cold.

Yea, maybe it's a weather thing. I could see myself wearing them a lot more with sport coats if the climate here got colder.
post #1788 of 2002
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post

I liked your wearing one with a leather jacket. I just can't seem to wear one without looking like a dork.

[in before someone makes an obvious joke about why I might look like a dork]

diedorkwear?
post #1789 of 2002
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post


+1. When an American or British firm does something like this (as has happened many times), no one calls the perpetrator a "sly Anglo-Saxon" or anything similar. They're just considered a bad egg. But if an Italian does it, it's because Italy is JUST like that Scarface movie. Or was it the Godfather.

Incorrect. It is actually New Jack City...

 

 

Or was it Boyz in the Hood?

post #1790 of 2002
So, what's the word about this re-direct error? I have been having trouble on and off for 2 days now.

Whatever SF did, it does not play nice with Safari, and Chrome... ffffuuuu.gif
post #1791 of 2002
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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

So, what's the word about this re-direct error? I have been having trouble on and off for 2 days now.

Whatever SF did, it does not play nice with Safari, and Chrome... ffffuuuu.gif

SF must have changed something, like their hosting or IP address etc. Your ISP would have cached that information and therefore do not recognize the change until they clear their cache. May ISP companies should theoretically clear their cache regularly, but in reality most don't do it often.

Therefore what you need to do is change your DNS server numbers to that of Google's until your ISP sorts it out on their end (See screenshot, first row 8-8-8-8, second row 8-8-4-4.... I did this and it fixed it)

hope that this helps!

Justin

post #1792 of 2002
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@David Reeves, are you still planning to start that thread on padded shoulders? I think it would make for a great thread, FWIW.
post #1793 of 2002
Only if it's in a women's style forum. Hey-O!
post #1794 of 2002
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Every time this ad pops up on StyFo, I think it's @emptym

All ethnically ambiguous looking people look alike

post #1795 of 2002
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Originally Posted by dieworkwear View Post


All minority people look alike

FTFY
post #1796 of 2002
Please don't rag on Antonio O'Connell-Suzuki.
post #1797 of 2002
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Every time this ad pops up on StyFo, I think it's @emptym

All ethnically ambiguous looking people look alike Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
There are many approaches to the single summit. But as you've observed, it isn't lonely at the top.
post #1798 of 2002
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There are many approaches to the single summit. But as you've observed, it isn't lonely at the top.

This sounds vaguely sexual ...
post #1799 of 2002
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Manton is apparently a model for some Bangkok tailor

http://www.thecustomtailors.com/custom_mens_sport_jacket__blazer
post #1800 of 2002
That's a nice cowboy hat he's got on...
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