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Headphones don't cause hearing loss. Volume/SPL does.

 

NRA?

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I think a lot of people just don't use their taste buds. TWO DINNERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE AT OLIVE GARDEN!

This. Most of the people on those sites talk about the size of the portion rather than the quality of the food. I'd rather eat half of an expensive meal than a whole plate of crap. Also, there is this misconception that you need to feel full after a meal. Oops, I'm dangerously close to steering the convo back to talk of Lats and quads, which everyone seems to hate...satisfied.gif

 

The Hokkaidans call it Hara Hachi Bun Me

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As long as @LA Guy is responding to tags ... Any news about whether there will be a NY trunk show this year? Early November again if there is?
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NRA?

 

The Hokkaidans call it Hara Hachi Bun Me

 

You meant Okinawans

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This. Most of the people on those sites talk about the size of the portion rather than the quality of the food. I'd rather eat half of an expensive meal than a whole plate of crap. Also, there is this misconception that you need to feel full after a meal. Oops, I'm dangerously close to steering the convo back to talk of Lats and quads, which everyone seems to hate...satisfied.gif


I would caveat this by saying great food doesn't have to be expensive. But yes, I'd rather eat a little of something great than a lot of something crappy. 

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I would caveat this by saying great food doesn't have to be expensive. But yes, I'd rather eat a little of something great than a lot of something crappy. 

This goes of course for anything, not just food.
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This goes of course for anything, not just food.


Especially.......forget it.
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Is that a no to lots of crappy sex?

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Lolz...
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As long as @LA Guy is responding to tags ... Any news about whether there will be a NY trunk show this year? Early November again if there is?

I'm looking at different configurations, but yes.
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Guys, 

 

are 12 oz pants considered ideal for the winter only or is it for 3-seasons? 

 

Speaking of wool, then again, I've seen Linen offered in 14 oz before....

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Where do you live? 12 oz is 3 season, unless you live in a very hot climate.

 

also, to the above post, I am currently wearing 10/11 oz linen pants, very comfortable. 14 oz is more for the anti-wrinkle rather than heat.

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Has anyone ever moved their jacket button placement - Is it feasible/advisable? Wanted to move buttons up 3/4 an inch or so.
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Where can I get dress shirts that cost over 25K USD?

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Where can I get dress shirts that cost over 25K USD?

Your jokes are getting old.
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Your jokes are getting old.

 

What jokes? Just keeping the thread moving, old sport.

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