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post #39166 of 136947
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

Those are gorgeous dogs! But they require tons of exercises and takes up too much time. Pass for me.

They're actually not much different from other dogs. She was quite the terror when she was a pup, she ate some of my parents furniture. shog[1].gif But in the last 10 years or so, she hasn't required any more or any less attention/exercise, than other dogs her size.
post #39167 of 136947
Apologies everyone for taking so long with this. I ended up loosing my company BB in the car I had an accident in so that took a bit of time figuring out and recovering, then I got roped into some extra work right before leaving Friday (can't complain though, the experience is killer and my associate mentor is the man). In any case, I got some better pics and the measurements of that Corneliani Linea Sartoria jacket:

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Measurements:
Length = 30.5
Shoulders = 19.75"
P2P = 21.5"
Shoulders to Cuff = ~24" (maybe 23 7/8")

Again, just looking to proxy to a good member in hopes for a future favor or for some trades either in balmorals 9-9.5D, a staple suit from a decent maker, or other interesting MC or SW&D things.
post #39168 of 136947
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Originally Posted by Nataku View Post

Pretty sure I saw the Burberry suit. Solid gray, side vented and 46 R with the jacket priced at $14.99? Also passed on what I thought was really nice Z Zegna suit. Had a hole in the sleeve and the seat of the trousers had been blown out. baldy[1].gif

That's the one.
post #39169 of 136947
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post


They're actually not much different from other dogs. She was quite the terror when she was a pup, she ate some of my parents furniture. shog[1].gif But in the last 10 years or so, she hasn't required any more or any less attention/exercise, than other dogs her size.

That's good she grew out of her puppy stage. I tend to want to stay away from dogs that were breed with high endurance/ high energy giving this will be my first dog. I really would like a Pitbull but I'll save that for when I have more experience handling dogs. I've been researching dog breeds and learning about how to train dogs for many years and have come to the conclusion that Greyhounds are perfect for my lifestyle.

 

Speaking of eating things, my neighbor's Pitbull Bulldog mix just had a piece of fused garbage removed from his stomach in the size of his stomach! Poor little guy had went through weeks before they found out what was wrong with him yet he was eating, shitting, and playing regularly.

post #39170 of 136947

Hey guys, I'm on the hunt for some nicely made Italian SCs and suits. I never seems to find things that fit me during thrifts...

 

Jacket size 40S to 40 R with a 19 to 19.25 inch shoulders, P2P about 21 to 22, sleeves 24, length no more than 30.

Pants size 32 to 36 waist, length no more than 30.

 

Anyone interested in selling me? I'm not too fussy on brands but I would like at least mid tier to high end goods. Please PM me if you would like to help. Thanks a bunch! Happy hunting! fistbump.gif

post #39171 of 136947
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

Hey guys, I'm on the hunt for some nicely made Italian SCs and suits. I never seems to find things that fit me during thrifts...

 

Jacket size 40S to 40 R with a 19 to 19.25 inch shoulders, P2P about 21 to 22, sleeves 24, length no more than 30.

Pants size 32 to 36 waist, length no more than 30.

 

Anyone interested in selling me? I'm not too fussy on brands but I would like at least mid tier to high end goods. Please PM me if you would like to help. Thanks a bunch! Happy hunting! fistbump.gif

If you guys want to trade, take a look at what I have. So far, all the items I've posted are available. Let me know!

post #39172 of 136947
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

Hey guys, I'm on the hunt for some nicely made Italian SCs and suits. I never seems to find things that fit me during thrifts...

 

Jacket size 40S to 40 R with a 19 to 19.25 inch shoulders, P2P about 21 to 22, sleeves 24, length no more than 30.

Pants size 32 to 36 waist, length no more than 30.

 

Anyone interested in selling me? I'm not too fussy on brands but I would like at least mid tier to high end goods. Please PM me if you would like to help. Thanks a bunch! Happy hunting! fistbump.gif

If you guys want to trade, take a look at what I have. So far, all the items I've posted are available. Let me know!

 

3 posts in a row....and your quoting yourself?? facepalm.gif Try to "edit" button on the bottom of a post fing02[1].gif

post #39173 of 136947
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post

 

3 posts in a row....and your quoting yourself?? facepalm.gif Try to "edit" button on the bottom of a post fing02%5B1%5D.gif


Haha, too lazy. uhoh.gif

post #39174 of 136947

If you don't mind, buy a vacation house in Hvar.  Then invite SF members to stay for free.  Me love you long time.

 

(for those of you who haven't been to / seen pictures of Hvar...)

 

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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post


Croatia has come a long way since the recent war. As you drive along the coast, you still see a number of bunkers and collapsed roofs. However, they have done a lot to repair the country. English is becoming a common language as well as German. We would like to buy a vacation home there sometime in the near future, actually.
The sunglasses are Ralph Lauren Purple Label...I'll have to check which model. Very Hollywood satisfied.gif
post #39175 of 136947
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Originally Posted by highlifeman View Post

 

RG cotton blazer, with wild lining and working cuffs

 

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Measurements?

post #39176 of 136947
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Originally Posted by concealed View Post

on a side note, i hate solstice/sunglass hut much more than pnutpug hates ebay/paypal

No, you do not.
post #39177 of 136947

So it seems to be becoming a regular thing, that when my wife decides unexpectedly to take me to the thrift store on the way home from church, I find great shoes. Probably partially due to being the first ones through the door at 11AM.

 

AE Park Avenue 9.5 B Taken

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New, never laced, Hanover Sheppard Signature Pebble Calfskin PTBs 9 D/B Taken

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Possibly the nicest pair of Hanover Sheppard Signature Shell Cordovan PTBs I have found to date. Worn 1 or 2 times. 10 D/B

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Edited by capnwes - 6/17/12 at 4:51pm
post #39178 of 136947
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

So it seems to be becoming a regular thing, that when my wife decides unexpectedly to take me to the thrift store on the way home from church, I find great shoes. Probably partially due to being the first ones through the door at 11AM.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

AE Park Avenue 9.5 B

Shoes (5).JPGShoes (6).JPG

 

New, never laced, Hanover Sheppard Signature Pebble Calfskin PTBs 9 D/B

Shoes (3).JPGShoes (4).JPG

 

Possibly the nicest pair of Hanover Sheppard Signature Shell Cordovan PTBs I have found to date. Worn 1 or 2 times. 10 D/B

Shoes (1).JPGShoes (2).JPG

 

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post #39179 of 136947
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

So it seems to be becoming a regular thing, that when my wife decides unexpectedly to take me to the thrift store on the way home from church, I find great shoes. Probably partially due to being the first ones through the door at 11AM.

 

 

 I actually forgot the the best part of this story.

 

I always go staight to the shoe racks. I found the shells from a distance before I even reached the shoe section. They were the only thing worth looking at. The racks were nearly full except for 2 or 3 open spots, (including where the shells had been). As I headed toward the suits, I saw a new employee (they had signs up earlier in the week that they were looking to hire a shoe dept. person...I seriously considered that position.biggrin.gif), and she was bringing out a cart of shoes, mostly womens to restock the shelves. I made a quick shuffle throught the suits and SCs, made quicker since I only look for the new weeks color tag ( I am in that store 3 times a week). I headed back to the shoes, not expecting to find anything. But, there in the same exact spot the shells had sat a few minutes earlier, was the new pair of Hanovers. I was elated and went to thank my wife for bringing me. As I passed by the womens shoe section, I saw the new girl and told her what had happened. How I had found two great pairs of shoes in the same exact spot. She thought that was "neat" too. "Hold on" she said. She went back into the back and in a completely unanticipated move, brought out not 1 but 2 full carts of men's shoes. I quickly spotted the AEs and left the rest behind. I thin kI have a new best friend at the thrift. I hope she works on Mondays and Wednesdays.

post #39180 of 136947

There's no chance of post-church thrifting at the Mormon church-owned Goodwill-equivalent here in Utah ("Deseret Industries") because, heaven knows (and I mean that in every sense of the phrase) that these dens of charitable capitalism simply shouldn't be open for business on Sunday.

 

Enviously yours,

 

Randy

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