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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

Rugby is either:

1/ a gentleman's game played by thugs, or
2/ 1 guy trying to shove 2 guys' heads up three guys' rectums.

Take your pick. :-)

Sigh tired old Mexican cliches but what can one expect from drug addled cross country basketballers? smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

It's all your fault for having tasteful, well-priced goods! Yes, got it from Richard and I can't believe how light this tie is for a six-fold.The colour is bright without being gaudy in the least.
Yeah the lightness is great isn't it. One of my favourite features to those printed silks. Glad you like it.
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Righto, seeing as how talking about sport on here is hot right now: I went to see Melbourne Heart vs. Del Piero and ten other guys oops I mean Sydney FC yesterday. As an aside AAMI Park is fking great; Melbourne people who like soccerball should definitely check it out. Anyways it was a decent game and watching Del Piero beat defenders made me feel all warm and squishy inside. The quality gulf between him and everyone else on the pitch was really obvious; hopefully in years to come we get more players of his calibre in the A League... All in all $25 well spent, which going to A League games hasn't always been in the past imo.
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

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Sigh tired old Mexican cliches but what can one expect from drug addled cross country basketballers? smile.gif

My team's not drug-addled. We can't afford drugs, being too busy paying off a fine after having been found not guilty of intentionally losing.
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

My team's not drug-addled. We can't afford drugs, being too busy paying off a fine after having been found not guilty of intentionally losing.

Well they would get into bed with the painters and dockers or is it the Carlton crew.
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This batting performance is a fucking joke.
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

Well they would get into bed with the painters and dockers or is it the Carlton crew.

No less than the club of The Establishment, don't-you-know. None of that Labor hoi polloi thank you.

I've never quite understood why anybody would open an inquiry into the fact that a team that sucks as bad as Melbourne lost a game or two of football.
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GN - did you take the Navy Mac out for a spin today? Mine got it's first (solid) taste of Melbourne rain.
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Today I got my Brooks Brothers raincoat - the tan is a better complement to my blue suit. The new umbrella is getting a good workout, though.
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im still using an old herringbone overcoat - cut to the knee, single breasted, military loops on the shoulders in navy and unlined. I think its pretty perfect for our climate and helps wind-block 

 

Unfortunately the quality isnt the greatest. Its a made in italy piece but the stitching is coming loose in places

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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Today I got my Brooks Brothers raincoat - the tan is a better complement to my blue suit. The new umbrella is getting a good workout, though.

Missed this one - where's it from?
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post


Missed this one - where's it from?

 

Fox one piece solid stick in scorched maple:

 

 

I've put up a couple more pictures at http://gezzaseyes.tumblr.com/post/42426354245/my-new-fox-umbrella-one-piece-solid-stick-and

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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Today I got my Brooks Brothers raincoat - the tan is a better complement to my blue suit. The new umbrella is getting a good workout, though.


Sounds like a good, sensible outfit for today's weather in Brisbane, too!

I'm wearing an old Burberry trenchcoat, Loake scotchgrain, wingtip brogue boots with Dainite soles, and carrying a full-stick Pasotti umbrella from Deer Style.

Even with all of that, I still got a bit damp due to the torrential rain we're having up here!
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Today's outfit sans raincoat and umbrella:

 

 

 

P Johnson, Borrelli, Sulka, R&B, C&J LIndricks

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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

Unfortunately the quality isnt the greatest. Its a made in italy piece but the stitching is coming loose in places
That's part of the charm of the HB made in Italy stock in my experience... stitching is not the sturdiest.
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