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post #3196 of 7231
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
I like this overall, but I just don't get the appeal of shoulder extension. It looks too big to me.

I think that LB shrunk a bit into is jackets...like il vecchio.

It's part of that old fogie charm to which one might aspire, but never gain until the grim reaper is within sight.


- B
post #3197 of 7231
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I think that LB shrunk a bit into is jackets...like il vecchio.

It's part of that old fogie charm to which one might aspire, but never gain until the grim reaper is within sight.

Maybe LB shrank ... But every time I see a coat with significant shoulder extension, I think "That's gonna look broken down."

If you really want that look, I find that buying a coat one size too large will give it to you in short order.
post #3198 of 7231
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
Maybe LB shrank ... But every time I see a coat with shoulder extension, I think "That's gonna look broken down."

If you really want that look, I find that buying a coat one size too large will give it to you in short order.

LB in his prime in 1960, with his horse that he called Wildfire:



In later years, there was a song about the horse.


- B
post #3199 of 7231
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Originally Posted by Tomasso View Post

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
LB in his prime in 1960, with his horse that he called Wildfire:



In later years, there was a song about the horse.


- B

Twins separated at birth?
post #3200 of 7231
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
LB in his prime in 1960, with his horse that he called Wildfire:



In later years, there was a song about the horse.


- B

divets
post #3201 of 7231
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Yes.
post #3202 of 7231
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Twins separated at birth?

Tomasso didn't tell the Wildfire story, and the story has more impact with the white horse.


- B
post #3203 of 7231
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Originally Posted by embowafa View Post
divets

On Wildfire we're gonna ride
Gonna leave sodbustin' behind
Get these hard times right on out of our minds
Riding Wildfire!



- B
post #3204 of 7231
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Originally Posted by oshinex View Post
Amazing! How do you even get your leather gloves to look like that naturally?
Prolonged use. You can speed it up by rubbing your gloves against your nose, but that is a bit too mucky for my tastes.
post #3205 of 7231
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Originally Posted by apropos View Post
Prolonged use. You can speed it up by rubbing your gloves against your nose, but that is a bit too mucky for my tastes.

Some oil on the finger tips daily for a few weeks will make the same thing happen
post #3206 of 7231
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post

Did he get that scarf at the Tie Rack about 5 years ago?

It looks terrible.
post #3207 of 7231
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Did he get that scarf at the Tie Rack about 5 years ago?

It looks terrible.

no from Tesco ..Was on special..
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

post #3209 of 7231
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Originally Posted by ramuman View Post

Gary Glitter's wet dream...
post #3210 of 7231
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Originally Posted by oshinex View Post
Amazing! How do you even get your leather gloves to look like that naturally?
Wearing one's gloves from time to time might help.
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