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^^LOVE fox bros. damn good BBQ.
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The Lopez

Frito Pie

Fox-a-Roni

Pulled Pork

Ribs - hands down best

 

Fox bros has a lot of hype but definitely lives up to it.  If you ever go back try the fatty beef brisket.  Out of this world

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My favorite stop in Atlanta has to be http://www.yeahburger.com/'s Howell Mill Rd location....which is across the street from Sid Mashburn.

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RG shirts are so West Egg.

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Originally Posted by My Main Man View Post
 

I feel like there's no way to ask this without sounding like a jerk. With that said, do you seriously wear that out and about? Is it a special occasion shirt or do you wear it to the grocery store, post office, other everyday errands? 


except for the coke, brilliantine, and gold chains, it's no different than aloha shirts, really.

 

hell when i was a kid i used to wear those mexican wedding shirts.

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Favorite find yesterday. Bummer it's missing the hood w/ raccoon fur trim, but still cool.











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@SpooPoker
 very interesting suit!   All of the "Z" type anti-gravity suits can be distinguished by that diagonal zipper across the front.  The Z and Z-2 were both started around 1945/6, but I believe this particular suit started in 1950.  U.S. Naval aviators wore suits with the "MIL-S-5085" designation, seen here on the 3rd line.  That was used on Naval suits from 1950 to the late 1960's.  I can't tell for sure, but if this was from a Navy pilot, most likely it is from the Korean War era.

Newspaper article from 1945 talking about the new "Z" anti-gravity suits:



i appreciate that very much!
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Vietnam era Tropical rip stop combat coat:

 

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Passed on this TH.  Is it gaudy enough for the Tommy folks, or does it need the Tommy Logo plastered everywhere too?

 

I would have passed on it as well. However, if that bitch had Tommy Hilfiger spelled out on the back in some ridiculously large font, I would have thrown in on the pile.

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Technically, the lion crest is the tommy logo. I would probably have grabbed that myself.
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Originally Posted by My Main Man View Post

I feel like there's no way to ask this without sounding like a jerk. With that said, do you seriously wear that out and about? Is it a special occasion shirt or do you wear it to the grocery store, post office, other everyday errands? 
It doesn't look as gaudy with the contrast cuff turned down. And this one is surprisingly slim fitted and doesn't look out of place when the rest of the outfit is muted. But I usually have to be in a vacation mindset, whether or not I am actually on vacation, to wear it during the day. Otherwise it's a night out shirt
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Palm Beach Blazer of Champions, with (Nicole Miller?) lining:

 

 

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Palm Beach Harris Tweed

 

 

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I have the same one (assuming yours is green). It's the only 346 line I've seen that's fully canvassed with what appears to be handwork. Not sure exactly how old it is.


The bad lighting doesnt show off the nice shade of green it is
also like the fit.
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Thrftening...
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