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Looking sharp as usual, Cleav. Hope Olly's and your family are doing okay. See you soon.
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Cleav's look is what all men should aspire to. No frills, no bells, no whistles (minus the flag lol)...just staggering elegance.

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Looking sharp as usual, Cleav. Hope Olly's and your family are doing okay. See you soon.

Thanks mate, whilst not wanting to labour the the point our friend Gerry will talk to you about Olly. Took his own life leaving a dear wife Lisa and two lovely sons in Kenny 13, and Freddy 10.

TBH, I can't make sense of all of this shit....

Wasn't going to post this but it moved me to take a photo. The oldest pub (The Dolphin, 1580) in my home town with our Cathedral flying the flag of St George.

R.I.P. Olly

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RogerP those boots are absolutely deadly!

Cleav sorry to hear the loss.
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Sorry to hear, Cleave.

Depression can be a lethal disease, and it takes more life than traffic.

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Thanks mate, whilst not wanting to labour the the point our friend Gerry will talk to you about Olly. Took his own life leaving a dear wife [...]

 

I’m so sorry to hear this, Cleav.

 

It never gets easier, does it?   I still miss every person I’ve ever lost.   The price we pay.

 

Best wishes,

 

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SC: Borrelli

Shirt: Thom Sweeney

Tie: Howard's

PS: Cucinelli

Pants: Boss

Invisible shoes: Tricker's

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I need to say that there is an other side to this; even though far too many die from depression, most patients get well since there is good treatment for the illness.

But people need to know where to get help, and there is a need to normalize psychiatric problems so the barrier to seek help is lowered. I wish it could be as easy to seek help for a wounded heart as it to seek help for a wounded knee. Not there yet, but we are moving in the right direction. 

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Ugly wholecuts aside I really, really like this.

 

 

Them's fightin words  :plain:

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I could do without the medallion, but I'd be curious to know what else (if anything) Sander dislikes about em.
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I could do without the medallion, but I'd be curious to know what else (if anything) Sander dislikes about em.

 

 

 

That medallion's sexier than croc 

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Thanks mate, whilst not wanting to labour the the point our friend Gerry will talk to you about Olly. Took his own life leaving a dear wife Lisa and two lovely sons in Kenny 13, and Freddy 10.

TBH, I can't make sense of all of this shit....

That's just tragic… sorry Cleav. Feel terrible for the family, best wishes. frown.gif
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Sorry for your loss, Cleav. Best wishes for your friend's family.
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#30. Dressed for spring - so Melbourne pulls a winter day on me.

 

 

 

 

Vintage Ray-Ban - BB - Versace City - Pal Zileri - Henry Carter - Seiko - Brax - Pantherella - Carmina

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Lesser 11 oz  like fine suede

Panta twill

Vass on the P2


 

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