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post #421 of 598
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Originally Posted by dsca View Post

 

kwhunter is right, Canada tends to be much more egalitarian in terms of income, for example the gov't takes close to 50% of my bonuses and the more you make, the higher the taxes are.

 

People don't aspire to build businesses and become rich, most aspire for a government job and pension plan. lol

 

Plus we have Harper and not very many fashion choices or tailors.

 

US would be a far better choice imo.

PS   I dump all my bonuses into RRSP so I pay no tax...

post #422 of 598
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post #423 of 598

Flawless as always!  Love the shoes and the stitching on the lapel, looks good.

post #424 of 598

Perfect Victor!

post #425 of 598
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PS   I dump all my bonuses into RRSP so I pay no tax...

 

I did that but my RRSPs suck on returns (maybe you can suggest a better banker) - defer your taxes and lose your purchasing power or get taxed to pay off the mortgage & maybe buy a little bit of clothes from Victor's inspiration =)

 

 

Love the briefcases Victor =D

post #426 of 598

Victor,

 

Most of your knit ties are square end. Do you have any pointed?
 

post #427 of 598
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Yes, it is.

I only have a few knitted tie with a sharp end, all the rest - with a square end
post #428 of 598

lol at steroid use a few pages back.  maybe he does (note to others:  the rest of the world outside the us and canada has much less of a stigma on steroid use than we do), but it's hardly some shady activity that involves shady operations.  in many places of the former soviet bloc you can walk right into a pharmacy and load up your shopping cart. either way, completely irrelevant to thread.

 

lol at "soviet dude is in shape and well dressed - must be a paid assassin"

 

lol at "his clothes aren't a parka and a russian army issue hat...must be a mob criminal".

 

how about his outfits are achieving those goals?  fwiw, this thread made me go out and buy a suit that'll actually fit me.  great photos, and let's take them for what they are: a guide to proper fitting clothes and color pairings that we can all learn/steal from.

post #429 of 598
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Originally Posted by dsca View Post

 

I did that but my RRSPs suck on returns (maybe you can suggest a better banker) - defer your taxes and lose your purchasing power or get taxed to pay off the mortgage & maybe buy a little bit of clothes from Victor's inspiration =)

 

PH&N Investment Services (part of RBC Global Asset Management)

Viktor is lucky to live in Europe where people are more stilish and have more fashion options than us here censored.gif

But there's always the greener grass elsewhere...

post #430 of 598
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Originally Posted by red81 View Post

lol at steroid use a few pages back.  maybe he does (note to others:  the rest of the world outside the us and canada has much less of a stigma on steroid use than we do), but it's hardly some shady activity that involves shady operations.  in many places of the former soviet bloc you can walk right into a pharmacy and load up your shopping cart. either way, completely irrelevant to thread.

 

lol at "soviet dude is in shape and well dressed - must be a paid assassin"

 

lol at "his clothes aren't a parka and a russian army issue hat...must be a mob criminal".

 

how about his outfits are achieving those goals?  fwiw, this thread made me go out and buy a suit that'll actually fit me.  great photos, and let's take them for what they are: a guide to proper fitting clothes and color pairings that we can all learn/steal from.

That's a result of dirty propaganda during, and shortly after the Cold War years.

Like anything Soviet is dirty and criminal... Namor and myself can claim Soviet heritage and we are not criminals as far as I know...

post #431 of 598
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post #432 of 598
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Originally Posted by dsca View Post

kwhunter is right, Canada tends to be much more egalitarian in terms of income, for example the gov't takes close to 50% of my bonuses and the more you make, the higher the taxes are.

People don't aspire to build businesses and become rich, most aspire for a government job and pension plan. lol

Plus we have Harper and not very many fashion choices or tailors.

US would be a far better choice imo.



But on the up side we Canadians tend to live longer because we don't allow every moron with an IQ of 4 to own and carry a tactical assault weapon. So yeah, I guess it depends on what you value more; money or your life.

Just sayin'.....

( and now the dogs have been unleashed )

Cheers!
post #433 of 598
PS....

Nice maple leaves you're holding in the photos above, Victor!

Cheers!
post #434 of 598
Nice casual shoes in the last pics, who is the maker?

Victor, do you not do VASSh? Is VASSh known in MOCKBA?
post #435 of 598
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This pair of shoes from Cheany for Herring
 
VASS known in Moscow, but then the shoes are not sold in stores. Those people who are in Moscow Vass (these people are not very much) - brought it from Hungary or from St. Petersburg (where there is one multi-brand shoe store that sells VASS and lots of other good shoes, though not very cheap (in a 2-2 , 5 times more expensive than in Europe)
 
It is very beautiful and proper footwear (VASS)!
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