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She wouldnt remember...

Dusty don't ever post again ma brother you on 100 posts!!!!!!!!!!!

post #22262 of 57102
By the way, if Elvish is interested in replacing his coin pouch or if any other Australian SF members wish to emulate TBM at a reasonable price, I noticed that Peter's of Kensington were advertising coin pouches in an ad in the Weekend Australian.

A quick look at their website reveals the following:

Laurige black, pebble-grain coin pouch for $24 (was $48)

Laurige brown, pebble-grain coin pouch for $24 (was $48)

I'm seriously tempted to get one, although I don't know how much Peter's charges for delivery.
post #22263 of 57102
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

 

coin pouch would be handy, i chuck all change into my pocket which then gets thrown in a jar ... suffice to say that jar is getting very full as it never gets spent

 

I deposit my jar 2 times a year, usually comes out around 80-100 dollars. Not the be all and end all, but solid cash none the less.

post #22264 of 57102
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Originally Posted by LonerMatt View Post

I deposit my jar 2 times a year, usually comes out around 80-100 dollars. Not the be all and end all, but solid cash none the less.

My coins go into the Myki machine at the end of each day, so I don't have a big stash. Except for 5 cent coins - what are they good for?
post #22265 of 57102

Coin tosses.

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Originally Posted by Marbles View Post

Don't know about the rest of you, but at my tender age it's very satisfying to count up the change jar and haul it all down to the bank. There's often a surprising amount in there.

I have two jars one for shrapnel and one for brass, when the brass hits $50 its cashed and joins my clothing or other indulgence slush fund.
post #22267 of 57102
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Originally Posted by Dusty Brogues View Post

Excuse me Prof. B. Bear, is this satire at it's finest? Demo BMW X5 for an 18th doesnt sound too lower socio biggrin.gif

Christ on a bike no wonder my son went off at me when I bought him a 96 Ford Lazer for his 18th.biggrin.gif
post #22268 of 57102

Orange woven paisley acquired. 

 

For anyone in the legal fraternity - I need some knick knacks for my xmas list. I was wondering what sort of executive pens you'd recommend for regular use? anything else useful for placement?

post #22269 of 57102
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Orange woven paisley acquired. 

 

For anyone in the legal fraternity - I need some knick knacks for my xmas list. I was wondering what sort of executive pens you'd recommend for regular use? anything else useful for placement?

 

i use a few parker ball points. the principal uses fountain pens. 

post #22270 of 57102
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Orange woven paisley acquired. 

 

For anyone in the legal fraternity - I need some knick knacks for my xmas list. I was wondering what sort of executive pens you'd recommend for regular use? anything else useful for placement?

 

Im not legal (although I have a 2-week Jury Duty stint coming up - anyone know what sort of case only takes 2 weeks in the Downing Centre?) 

 

Anyhow I have a pen obsession too lol

 

Lamy i like for everyday

 

Montblanc I have but never use (Although heaps of management/partner types use them for signing) and ST Dupont are nice and are smooth.

 

For everyday ud want ball point or rollerball though (i prefer ballpoint, less mess)

post #22271 of 57102
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

 

Im not legal (although I have a 2-week Jury Duty stint coming up - anyone know what sort of case only takes 2 weeks in the Downing Centre?) 

 

Anyhow I have a pen obsession too lol

 

Lamy i like for everyday

 

Montblanc I have but never use (Although heaps of management/partner types use them for signing) and ST Dupont are nice and are smooth.

 

For everyday ud want ball point or rollerball though (i prefer ballpoint, less mess)

 

thanks. Black or blue ink? smile.gif

post #22272 of 57102
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

 

thanks. Black or blue ink? smile.gif

Grab both and I'd recommend a parker :) Waterman's makes the best ink (dad says).

post #22273 of 57102
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

By the way, if Elvish is interested in replacing his coin pouch or if any other Australian SF members wish to emulate TBM at a reasonable price, I noticed that Peter's of Kensington were advertising coin pouches in an ad in the Weekend Australian.
Laurige black, pebble-grain coin pouch for $24 (was $48)
Laurige brown, pebble-grain coin pouch for $24 (was $48)

thanks for the thought but tbh, i can only ever carry them in a jacket as my dress pants are too tight so i cant justify it. i'd rather just use my coin jar that sits in the office.
post #22274 of 57102
I use japanese fountain pens, namely platinum and salior. They latter I find build slightly better built but I prefer the nibs on the the latter. I also have a cheap lammy for those time when I expect it to get thrashed.
post #22275 of 57102
Pencil.

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