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That jacket... I like. Is that some gentle roping as well (as oppose to gentle groping)?
post #65687 of 67946

Very nice combination, Nabil.

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Originally Posted by blahman View Post

That jacket... I like. Is that some gentle roping as well (as oppose to gentle groping)?

 

Thanks mate. Yes, there's some roping on the shoulder. Actually, a fair bit of roping.

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Very nice combination, Nabil.

 

Thank you, sir.

post #65689 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

Today marks the two year anniversary since I ordered my TOJ leather jackets.

Today, I've placed my heart in someone else hands, and have sent Aero an email, placing an order.

Having dealt with Aero before, I can assure you that you're in good hands. Their customer service is excellent and they deliver to schedule (3 months roughly).

The jackets are pretty good too wink.gif
post #65690 of 67946
Real McCoy is where it's at, not that I'm into leather jackets.
post #65691 of 67946
Did it this morning. First a white shirt- didn't work well. Then this very pale sky blue shirt. Added a sky blue Polka dot pocket square. Polo suede db loake cannon and Filson otter green briefcase.

Edited by md2010 - 10/26/15 at 3:44am
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Is anyone else here loving this breaking story about modern-day bushrangers, the Stoccos?

 

Mind you, they sound like petulant arseholes. And nobody should ever condone theft, vandalism, and (especially) shooting at the police.

 

But what a great story. How the hell have they managed to evade capture for this long?

 

If they could just contrive to steal from the rich and give to the poor, they could transform themselves into modern legends. Alas, I don't think this is on their agenda.

 

Film rights beckon.

post #65693 of 67946
Coxy the police can't even find lost people in the bush that want to be found you expect them to track down two blokes that are armed and hiding?!? Film rights to Police Academy XXVIII more like...
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Coxy the police can't even find lost people in the bush that want to be found you expect them to track down two blokes that are armed and hiding?!? Film rights to Police Academy XXVIII more like...

 

True, that. 

 

Our police have more technology than they've ever had before and yet they don't seem to be able to do as good a job as they did back in 1880 when they were searching for the Kelly gang. 

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True I suppose, but put yourself in their shoes. They need cash, petrol, food, and other basics. They can't work for money any more - their cover is blown. They can't make ATM withdrawals. Going into any kind of shop is risky.

 

I'd say it's just a matter of time before they are cornered. Then what? A shoot-out? Let's hope not.

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I'd say it's just a matter of time before they are cornered. Then what? A shoot-out? Let's hope not.

 

Now I've got "The Wild Colonial Boy" going around and around in my head, and I can't find a really good version to listen to on YouTube. Damn you, Coxie! 

post #65697 of 67946
I'm familiar with Dainite, but what is a double Dainite? Picture possible?
post #65698 of 67946
Xpost. Cox I borrowed your susu .
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Xpost. Cox I borrowed your susu .
 

 

MD, I think that the suit itself looks good, but I have two, small criticisms:

 

1) I would have chosen a different pocked square, either a plain white square, or one that was more muted, with a darker pattern.

 

2) I think that all suits should be worn with ties and that wearing a three-piece suit, in particular, really demands a tie, rather than an open-necked shirt. The informality of the open collar with no tie clashes with the formality of the suit and waistcoast, to my mind.  

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Have to agree with JM. Plus you really shouldn't have borrowed my suit.

 

However, I'll forgive you if you have it dry-cleaned before returning it.

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