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Getting a shirt made with PJohnson. From those who've had shirt commissions, what did you opt for in a relatively conservative business environment?

No. Just bringing some conservatism back into the ad game.
post #24362 of 58009
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

No. Just bringing some conservatism back into the ad game.

About time. Enough with the thongs and silly t shirts. (Not referring to you, of course.)
post #24363 of 58009
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Originally Posted by nabilmust View Post

 

That's very decent pricing for shipping to Australia, and in that time frame. Will drop them an email and ask about the navy M-65. I take it you're happy with the build, and the price point?

 

Yes, very happy with the build and the price point. I was wearing it again yesterday - it's my 'go to' casual jacket now.

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Getting a shirt made with PJohnson. From those who've had shirt commissions, what did you opt for in a relatively conservative business environment?

I went for a muted pink and white stripe, since I have loads of blues and whites already.
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Getting a shirt made with PJohnson. From those who've had shirt commissions, what did you opt for in a relatively conservative business environment?

 

nothing beats a great white shirt.

post #24366 of 58009
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

What are all these gizmos you mob are talking about? RX1, APS-C?.. Sounds like alphabet soup to me...

Here's a photo of my soul stealer:



All hail Ned Ludd!

That's a very cultured Brownie you have there PoP I have two of them a Kodak in its original leather case and a Agfa. I think the last time my mother used the Brownie was in 1969. Have a large family collection of black and white shots and then came the Kodak instamatic and the world changed to colour.
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Just got home after seeing David Byrne and St Vincent. What a fantastic show!

Good to hear going Friday at the State did they do any Talking Heads material? I remember he did a brass album back in the 70's The Knee Plays? Anything off that?
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Is there a Melbourne catch up this Friday?
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I have a pair of suit pants that have worn out in the crotch - do you know who can fix this? Is it even worth fixing? I've heard people quote that it will cost up to $90 to replace via finding matching fabric and sewing it in place. Advice appreciated.
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Originally Posted by AriGold View Post

I have a pair of suit pants that have worn out in the crotch - do you know who can fix this? Is it even worth fixing? I've heard people quote that it will cost up to $90 to replace via finding matching fabric and sewing it in place. Advice appreciated.

It's an easy fix if you have the matching fabric, as the tailor simply needs to cut a "v" shape out of the inside of the trousers legs on either side and then sew in the new fabric.

I've had it done to a couple of pairs of trousers, and I can remember how much it cost as the last time was a few years ago, but I don't remember it being particularly expensive. If you can find matching/similar cloth, it's well worth it if you like the trousers and if they fit well.
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

Good to hear going Friday at the State did they do any Talking Heads material? I remember he did a brass album back in the 70's The Knee Plays? Anything off that?

He did do some Talking Heads tunes, and some of his solo material.. Annie Clark did some St Vincent songs and of course they played the songs off Love this Giant. The brass backing band was sensational, and the choreography was a hoot.

I'm not familiar with that album, but here's a link to the set list, which I think is pretty close to what we got. If you prefer to be surprised, don't click it.

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/david-byrne-and-st-vincent/2012/state-theatre-minneapolis-mn-3dd9993.html
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I don't think I can make it this Friday, as I expect to be be thoroughly hung-over from back-to-back Weezer shows on Wednesday and Thursday night.

Should be a classic especially if River gets stuck into the Blue Album!

Any heard rumour of upcoming Arcade Fire, Interpol tours?
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So Jodie Foster is gay and Lance Armstrong cheated. What will be the next shock revelation?
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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post

So Jodie Foster is gay and Lance Armstrong cheated. What will be the next shock revelation?

..... Michael Sy is Gossip Girl
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I did and they turned out bloody hard boiled.... I'll have to try again.

 

Y’know strumpy sometimes I think Heston is – just a little – taking the p*ss.

 

He’s a wonderful character, an historian as much as chef. ..rigorous ….perhaps a little OC (but then its television – anything to entertain – and his ‘guests’ love the publicity)

 

And its certainly not as banal as most tv.

 

Maybe the egg one was (also) a bit of a yoke….          (Oh dear)

 

davo

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