- Mar 1, 2011
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I won’t eat it at all. It is a food that highland Peruvians have eaten for thousands of years. American food companies have sent these people money and white rice. Many of these people have gotten diabetes. Very rare in the past but super common now. It is my PETA stance for people.I don't purchase in large enough quantities for it to go rancid, as it gets used long before that will happen.
One note, I've found HMs to be the outlier 1757 fit. My Bowerys and Sonorans both fit narrower than HMs. @Neo1 I think saw something similar with other 1757s he tried as well?Further thoughts on the Rainier boots. DO....NOT....BUY.....THEM...... after wearing for about 5 hours, I finally realized that these things are simply not comfortable. Fit is ok, but they are not comfortable. It's hard to explain, but they just are,,,,,,well,,,,,uncomfortable long term. Arch is not good and while in the right place, doesn't support the arch of my feet. Toe Box is not constrictive, but doesn't feel "right". These puppies are going to Goodwill or somewhere like that, I'm not even going to use them for yard work. Same size as the HM's and Normandy/Caen's which fit and feel great. Just something not right withe the Rainiers....
Further reason why I don't do Amazon.Not shoe related but Prime members should be aware.
what do you steam clean with? I have concrete floors and am looking at getting something. Same question to @audogFor quite some time I was a big believer in taking off shoes when entering the house, or switching to slippers or indoor shoes. It just seemed more sanitary. But my wife adamantly refuses to do it, and then we got a dog so... now I wear shoes inside the house. Like Audog, I vacuum often and steam clean once a week. IMO no shoes inside the house is a big deal if you've got carpeted floors -- and if you've got really nice carpet, it's imperative -- but it's a lot less pressing if your floors are hardwood or tile. it's a nice custom, and before we got a dog I was all in favor of it, even though my wife wasn't, but once the puppy came the floors got dirty anyway so I threw in the towel.
You have more boots than I have in footwear. And I have a lot of footwear lol.It's that time of the year! Boots out, shoes in.
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Two things off note:
1. Room for another pair! I'm thinking not the Alden wing tips in box above; black suede loafers would be best. I don't need another pair I don't need another pair I don't need another pair.
2. How did I end up with THREE bourbon/caramel shell??? (Plus the whiskey boots).
I've owned the regular Haan and Bissel steamers, which did a very good job, and then I sprung for the Dupray, which does an outstanding job. Caveat: Duprays seem very, very, very overpriced to me. The one I have is basically a steel kettle with an electric heating coil inside that somehow cost $1,000. High-end steam cleaners are a thing in Italy and other parts of Europe, apparently, and they've got to be like 1/3 of the price over there. But I'm here, not there, so... I paid a premium.
I have a Bissell steam cleaner/mop thing