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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

Actually the mirror image of CW's tie would still be red with navy dots. biggrin.gif.

Sorry
Well spotted. Thanks gents, it was a last minute decision this morning. Can be hard to choose a tie for the day when you've just got 11 new ones the week before!
post #24152 of 57839
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

Well spotted. Thanks gents, it was a last minute decision this morning. Can be hard to choose a tie for the day when you've just got 11 new ones the week before!

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post #24153 of 57839
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

Actually the mirror image of CW's tie would still be red with navy dots. biggrin.gif.

Sorry

Good point, CD - perhaps I should have said "polar opposite" or something similar, instead!
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post #24155 of 57839
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

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Indeed.
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post


Good point, CD - perhaps I should have said "polar opposite" or something similar, instead!


Inverse would be a winner

 

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post #24157 of 57839
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Originally Posted by LonerMatt View Post

Oh, I didn't realise it was mostly in jest, my bad.

well not quite - call it cognitive dissonance - or tolerance of ambiguity in ideas - etc etc - two things at the same time -

In real life I both care a lot about what people (men in particular) wear and why and how they wear it and at the same time I don't give a bugger what anyone wants to wear - but be prepared for me to offer my opinion and in certain (work) circumstances I might suggest, with a polite but deadly serious tone, that you go home and change.
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

well not quite - call it cognitive dissonance - or tolerance of ambiguity in ideas - etc etc - two things at the same time -

In real life I both care a lot about what people (men in particular) wear and why and how they wear it and at the same time I don't give a bugger what anyone wants to wear - but be prepared for me to offer my opinion and in certain (work) circumstances I might suggest, with a polite but deadly serious tone, that you go home and change.

Tell us more about that guy with tatts who works for you and gets sent on special 'missions'.
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ernesto - volunteering? -

Can you pass the physical and psychological tests or are you getting too old. I'm not sure I could sign off on your return to the field.

I'll be sending blahman to do the tests and run the gadgets and supply.

Let me know if you think you are up to it
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

ernesto - volunteering? -

Can you pass the physical and psychological tests or are you getting too old. I'm not sure I could sign off on your return to the field.

I'll be sending blahman to do the tests and run the gadgets and supply.

Let me know if you think you are up to it

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Intriguing offer, but definitely too old. And the thought of having blah put me through my paces is a little....scary.
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C'mon - "company" paid travel to HK, Shanghai - casinos at Macau etc.
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OK, I'm in.

Tell Hello Kitty to make contact.
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Licence to kill. Aim for the ankles.
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Gentlemen

 

I am heading to Melbourne from Saturday through Wednesday. Managed to snag a table at Attica on Saturday night, restuarant looks mildly dodgy, anyone eaten there? Of course, going to head to Florentinos, Merchant, MoVida, Cumulus, Ladro and Vue De Monde if I am lucky. Anyone else got any other suggestions?

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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Gentlemen

 

I am heading to Melbourne from Saturday through Wednesday. Managed to snag a table at Attica on Saturday night, restuarant looks mildly dodgy, anyone eaten there? Of course, going to head to Florentinos, Merchant, MoVida, Cumulus, Ladro and Vue De Monde if I am lucky. Anyone else got any other suggestions?

i always make an effort to go to the european on spring st. 

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