Sounds as though they got away with it for a good many years, though.
So much to catch up on.
Don't diss it till you've tried it.
You, or the other guy?
Funnily enough, MDMA was first introduced in marriage counselling in the 70s (or was it 80s?) And I don't think you're right about all drugs encouraging anti-social behaviour. Well, at least some (a few dozen) clinical PhD holders seem to have a differing view.
Yeah, don't try and dress down a tux.
Monkey 47 and Four Pillars are pretty good drops of gin, too.
I haven't been paying much attention to KL, but there's Ah Loke at Jalan Yap Ah Shak, behind Sheraton Hotel.
You have to remember that South East Asian master tailors are all trained (and train others) in the English cut (strong, roped, shoulders, nipped, military-like waists) so that's the look you're going to end up with, no matter how hard you try and steer them away from it. Just a heads up because it's not your usual look, TT.
Long time lurker, first time poster. Just returned to Melbourne from an extended period overseas, and one of my first acts was to purchase a OH navy suit. Not that I needed one, was just interested to try a service that largely wasn't available when I was last here. It has just come back, and overall, am quite pleased with fit, fabric, and service. It's by no means perfect in finishing, but I'm pleased with the job overall.
Looking at getting another done, but am considering branching out to another MTM service, possibly Suit Shop or Trunk Tailors. I'm in the $1-2K range, and am looking for something fairly conservatively styled, with none of this natural shoulder business that seems to be flavour of the month. I'm short and slim, to the extent that OTR doesn't work, and am looking for a tailor/fitter who understands my body type, and isn't going to try and put me in something hip or wind back the years.
If anyone has any thoughts to share on the above, or others I am unaware of, I would be most interested and appreciative to hear.
Many thanks in advance,
Did the round-trip drive from Melbourne to Mansfield for work today. More roadkill than usual, and Eildon Weir already nearly empty at the Bonnie Doon crossing.
Global warming? El Niño? Whatever the cause, the signs are there. We are in for a humdinger of a drought.
I'd be shorting agri-stocks and acquiring equity in desal tech. Coal mines? Fuggedaboudit - they need lots of water.
A$ to go to low 60s by EOFY.
Remember, folks. You heard it here first. At Koxy's Kanny Konjectures.