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post #23581 of 37396
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Moving to Worchester right? Congrats but sorry at the same time....that area sucks.

Well first I'm going to hit up a few countries in south east Asia, but yeah.

The other option was in Philly...

Then the school in Worcester gave me 30k a year more in funding. Now trust me when i say that i really want to be in Philly. I have family there, i love the city, and so on. But having 120k in loans without even taking interest into account was just too much to pass up on...
post #23582 of 37396
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Well first I'm going to hit up a few countries in south east Asia, but yeah.

The other option was in Philly...

Then the school in Worcester gave me 30k a year more in funding. Now trust me when i say that i really want to be in Philly. I have family there, i love the city, and so on. But having 120k in loans without even taking interest into account was just too much to pass up on...

Smart move. Good luck.
post #23583 of 37396
Dang. I just ran into some old Korean dude in DC and said he was robbed while staying at a youth motel(?) So I gave him $20 so that he can take a Chinatown bus to Lancaster, PA. Hope he was telling the truth. He said he came to Georgetown to teach economics. Why the heck did he think that hotels are too expensive in DC and end3d up going to a youth motel(?) He doesn't sound like a smart Econ professor at UPenn.

And good luck RTC!
post #23584 of 37396
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Dang. I just ran into some old Korean dude in DC and said he was robbed while staying at a youth motel(?) So I gave him $20 so that he can take a Chinatown bus to Lancaster, PA. Hope he was telling the truth.

How do you say "thanks for the booze" in Korean?
post #23585 of 37396

Maybe he needed it for his new watch?  I knew that name sounded familiar...

post #23586 of 37396
Good call. He might also need to get a Sinn with that argon gas filling serviced.
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I was at a charity event to help raise funds for overseas missionaries today. We sold food for the most part. But one group was in charge of selling donated clothes. I paid $1 for this jacket and it appears it is a botched purchased. I was hoping it would turn out better.

Edited by The Noodles - 5/17/15 at 7:52am
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for the gents who wear shell monks or any type of straps, is it typical to experience slippage on double leather soles? i'm thinking, given the soles thickness, it may take sometime before the slippage goes away? 

post #23589 of 37396

Noodles, please take this in a spirit of gentle humor, but you got conned twice today.

 

But seriously, if that's not an orphaned suit jacket, it surely looks like one. You could wear DB well, but I don't like how low that button stance is on you. Probably not worth getting the sleeves altered. But you can re-donate, and do even more good.

post #23590 of 37396
A dollar for that jacket was $20 too much.
post #23591 of 37396
Ahh this thread lives on
post #23592 of 37396
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Originally Posted by JezeC View Post

for the gents who wear shell monks or any type of straps, is it typical to experience slippage on double leather soles? i'm thinking, given the soles thickness, it may take sometime before the slippage goes away? 

I have a pair, and when it rained the other day I was sliding the whole way home. I'm about 10-15 wears in so not sure when exactly I'll be ok. Hope this helps
post #23593 of 37396
Orphaned suit jacket, Noodles.
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Dang it. That jacket is too small so I gave it to my wife. But then she threw it back at my face. :puzzled:

post #23595 of 37396

Who cares, its $1, might as well try

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