Originally Posted by grendel
Which hue are those? Seems pretty balanced between red and olive.
Red...it's hard to see from my crappy phone photo :) I'm loving them. They're my favorite pair, although I only own a few.
Originally Posted by Eleganza
I now must go and cop a pair of red socks!! Simply beautiful with the cigar and denim!
Originally Posted by thebeebs
I have to side with mexicutioner on this one. You are asking for an opinion on shade, which is subjective. Two people could have differing opinions on this issue. Something like "color name" or "last name" or "size" falls under the realm of objective. While I'm not defending AoC in any way, this isn't a binary question you're asking.
I hear you but I asked about hue, not shade. I didn't care if they were a light or dark shade and would agree that a question about shade would have required a subjective answer. But with respect to hue, green and red are on opposing sides of the color wheel. In my opinion, someone selling cigar should be able to tell me in which of the opposing sides of the wheel this particular brown leaned relative to what he's seen come through his shop over the last dozen or so years: green, or the opposing red.
I know you weren't necessarily defending Adam, but again, I'm happy that many have had good experiences with him. I was just adding my experience to a discussion on his service.
Originally Posted by dsmivtr
Hue is associated with varying degrees on a continuum (which by default, negates a binary response). More specifically, you asked a perfectly simple closed-ended
Correct, but when referring to opposing points on a collectively exhaustive continuum, it is binary.