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What was TBM's approach to "smart casual"?
Smartness level = Einstein.
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Smartness level = Einstein.
I get that Einstein was a genius, but I have very little idea about his actual work.

Hopefully some understanding of TBM's work is possible without a crash course in theoretical physics.
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Smartness level = Einstein.
I get that Einstein was a genius, but I have very little idea about his actual work.

Hopefully some understanding of TBM's work is possible without a crash course in theoretical physics.

Here's his tumblr - have a look for yourself. I'm sure TBM won't mind me sharing the link!

http://www.thebrownman.net/
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More of the beautiful Orazio Luciano biggrin.gif
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Here's his tumblr - have a look for yourself. I'm sure TBM won't mind me sharing the link!

http://www.thebrownman.net/

Thank you. I will indeed have a look.
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Brownman is the sort of guy who, when you walk into a #mensweartragic function like, say, the Henry Buck's re-opening, you think to yourself, "who's that well-dressed dude?"

Does anyone remember the clip of him proposing to his future wife? Twenty-piece dance troupe with him at the front doing an Astaire routine, in a public park. Lay-down misère!

Basically: a genuine playa.
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Brownman is the sort of guy who, when you walk into a #mensweartragic function like, say, the Henry Buck's re-opening, you think to yourself, "who's that well-dressed dude?"

Does anyone remember the clip of him proposing to his future wife? Twenty-piece dance troupe with him at the front doing an Astaire routine, in a public park. Lay-down misère!

Basically: a genuine playa.

Indeed. Exact impression I have now that I've viewed his tumbler. Looks like PoP may be right about that smaller brimmed fedora he wears too.
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Pizza Pinot and Finals footy. A weekend when too much sport is not enough.

Oh and I believe the Wanabies are playing.
Edited by Geoffrey Firmin - 9/10/16 at 3:04am
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Oh and I believe the Wanabies are playing.

What are they playing this time?
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The Boks.

Now excuse my I must get back to drinking.
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Praise the Gods,victory at last.
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All we need now is for Foley to hit the bench and Hodge to kick more, he has a huge boot on him. And Kerevi is too bloody slow. Still plenty of positives to take in to the poomas
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Thread Starter 
Decent Derby tonight.

Love watching Manc's get what's coming.
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Went out with friends last night. Plan was to watch the sunset over cocktails at Bondi Icebergs, but it was closed for a private function.

 

So we had champagne at Ravesi's instead. Then up the road for dinner at China Diner, which I thought was absolutely superb. (Fortunately wifey wasn't with me last night, as she would certainly have disparaged their modern take on Chinese cuisine on principle.)

 

Then back to someone's place for more drikks. Champagne again. Then white wine. Then red wine. Then whisky. Then more red wine.

 

Urrrghhhhhhhhhh........

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