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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post

The green machine on a Hirsch leather strap...

You're right Coxie, I'm loving this watch!

Nice CEP.
post #67817 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post




Irony requires a high degree of intelligence to grasp it's signification. Just saying.

 

 

"its"

post #67818 of 67946
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Originally Posted by nabilmust View Post

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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

Irony requires a high degree of intelligence to grasp it's signification. Just saying.


"its"

If you agree that irony is the conveying of a reality then "it's" has been used correctly...
post #67819 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

If you agree that irony is the conveying of a reality then "it's" has been used correctly...

Dont argue with lawyers. Remember they charge in 6 minute increments. If that isn't ironic I don't know what is.
post #67820 of 67946
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If you agree that irony is the conveying of a reality then "it's" has been used correctly...

 

I always thought that irony was rain on a wedding day, or a free ride when you've already paid...

post #67821 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
 

 

I always thought that irony was rain on a wedding day, or a free ride when you've already paid...

 

LOL

post #67822 of 67946
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I always thought that irony was rain on a wedding day, or a free ride when you've already paid...

Actually according to the Catholic Irish rain at funeral means the corpse has had a happy life and a good death.
post #67823 of 67946
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I always thought that irony was rain on a wedding day, or a free ride when you've already paid...

Actually according to the Catholic Irish rain at funeral means the corpse has had a happy life and a good death.

Seeing as it rains every day in Ireland and the locals are always happy and drunk, I'm inclined to believe the superstition.
post #67824 of 67946
Can shoe repair places add captoes to shoes, they just wont be flush? If they aren't flush do you walk around tapping all day?
post #67825 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Osiris2012 View Post

Can shoe repair places add captoes to shoes, they just wont be flush? If they aren't flush do you walk around tapping all day?

yes and yes
post #67826 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Osiris2012 View Post

Can shoe repair places add captoes to shoes, they just wont be flush? If they aren't flush do you walk around tapping all day?

 

I don't notice the tapping too much. Just make sure that the toe-taps are really positioned up at the toe of the shoe, otherwise you won't get the full benefit of them.

post #67827 of 67946
Speaking of metal toe caps, I just had my Carmina loafers fully re-soled, re-healed and metal toe caps installed at Coombs in the Strand. Results were pretty good for the price and turnaround time. The sole stitching is fairly rustic, but without sending it back to the factory I wouldn't expect much more.
post #67828 of 67946
Thanks for the responses guys.

Good feedback JayH van I ask what the rough price of that was?
post #67829 of 67946

I find my steel caps fall out within a couple of weeks. so i just topy the soles

post #67830 of 67946
It was $150 for the whole job.
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