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Journeyman is representing me - he advises the truth is a solid defence against your defamation claim.
As Henry Kett wrote “A man who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client”. The only thing more comical is a combination of JMan representing PoP.

It would be the equivalent of England hiring Trump as the main consultant to ease them out of the EU.
Or Essendon hiring a homoeopath advised by Tony Mokbel
Or Eddie Obeid heading up the Ethics Commission
post #1997 of 3542
I've retained Oli.
post #1998 of 3542
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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post

I've retained Oli.
I'll write you in prison.
post #1999 of 3542
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

I'll write you in prison.

He keeps telling me to RMWs to court.
post #2000 of 3542
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post


As Henry Kett wrote “A man who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client”. The only thing more comical is a combination of JMan representing PoP.

It would be the equivalent of England hiring Trump as the main consultant to ease them out of the EU.
Or Essendon hiring a homoeopath advised by Tony Mokbel
Or Eddie Obeid heading up the Ethics Commission


Or England appointing an ex Liverpool manager.

 

Oh wait.

post #2001 of 3542
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I've retained Oli.
The only sensible way to retain Oli - would be to retain him in Remand.
post #2002 of 3542

Few items for sale in the classifieds, would love an Aussie buyer. Check it out if you're interested in size small menswear (Aspesi rain jacket) and streetwear (Schneider, Geller, Opening Ceremony jackets).

post #2003 of 3542

Gents,

 

Any suggestions for quality cufflinks in Sydney? (Not novelty ones)

 

Been to Henry Bucks and DJs, would be grateful for any other suggestions.

 

Cheers,

 

Eightace

post #2004 of 3542
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People seem to suggest Kazuna for everything else in Sydney, maybe he has some too!

post #2005 of 3542
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Originally Posted by eightace View Post

Gents,

Any suggestions for quality cufflinks in Sydney? (Not novelty ones)

Been to Henry Bucks and DJs, would be grateful for any other suggestions.

Its been a few years since being Sydney based, but also Herringbone used to have some. Nowadays most of mine are online purchases (mainly UK), as there is much better selection.
post #2006 of 3542
I really like the ones I got from Kent Wang (not that I ever wear them).
post #2007 of 3542
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Originally Posted by eightace View Post

Gents,

Any suggestions for quality cufflinks in Sydney? (Not novelty ones)

Been to Henry Bucks and DJs, would be grateful for any other suggestions.

Cheers,

Eightace
Have you had a look in strand hatters? Last time I was in there they had quite a bit of accessory type stuff like links
post #2008 of 3542
Thanks for the tips re. cufflinks gents, I'll check them out.
post #2009 of 3542
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Originally Posted by eightace View Post

Gents,
Any suggestions for quality cufflinks in Sydney? (Not novelty ones)
Been to Henry Bucks and DJs, would be grateful for any other suggestions.
Cheer,
Eightace
Best places for cuff links is Opshops - some surprisingly good ones or especially antique markets they have millions of cuff links and not very expensive - like $25 - $50 for very very nice ones and some unusual ones. With all sorts of different fastenings. My mate has hundreds of those 70s ones with the chain/band link underneath - as well as other types - he used to collect/ buy them from eBay USA by the bagfull - about 20 or so - for around $20 . I have a soft spot for them. There is an Australian site that sells vintage cufflinks at a reasonable price- can't remember the name now. Vintage cuff links win every time if you are going to wear cuff-links.
post #2010 of 3542
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

Best places for cuff links is Opshops - some surprisingly good ones or especially antique markets they have millions of cuff links and not very expensive - like $25 - $50 for very very nice ones and some unusual ones. With all sorts of different fastenings. My mate has hundreds of those 70s ones with the chain/band link underneath - as well as other types - he used to collect/ buy them from eBay USA by the bagfull - about 20 or so - for around $20 . I have a soft spot for them. There is an Australian site that sells vintage cufflinks at a reasonable price- can't remember the name now. Vintage cuff links win every time if you are going to wear cuff-links.

Couldn't agree more. Mexican silver, loads of Art Deco MOP, Versace, Cartier, plenty of double-sided links, snap links. Huge range of nice stuff, nearly all under $20.
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