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You know, I was originally joking about it but now I’m really starting to think a shell Wilbert should happen. As I understand it, the trunk shows are going to be limited to currently made/produced models so it would be a good candidate for a split toe.
 

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Everybody knows that wine is the breakfast beverage. No beer till after noon. At least that is what my wife tells me.
In my experience, the people who espouse this are generally the ones who are trying to keep all the beer for themselves.

OK, fine, I've never heard anyone but myself say this before and it's just because I was trying to keep all the beer to myself. I regret nothing!
 

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You know, I was originally joking about it but now I’m really starting to think a shell Wilbert should happen. As I understand it, the trunk shows are going to be limited to currently made/produced models so it would be a good candidate for a split toe.
I would agree especially now that the Wilbert has been bought back and is made in USA. Only @ae_ashley can make it happen for those of us who love the Wilbert.
 

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Happy Thursday!

I've been told on here that the Chukkamok is an "awkward design". After some thought I don't disagree. I'm not naming any names, but I can think of worse.

I do love mine, mostly for how comfortable they are. I travel with them frequently since they pack so well, but with the last year being what it is they have been sitting a lot. Good day to get them out.

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Thank you. The cut/design of the shirt collar is great, really looks good on you.
You're welcome and thank you very much!

I have some others that I like even better :) Feels good to have a well fitting dress shirt.
 

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Well just got my Venetian Shoe Cream for my Horween Chukkas. Question is....do I slather them down now, or wait
 

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Celebrating Earth Day by standing upon the surface of the Earth while wearing Home Rangers. In New Orleans the tire tracks in the picture are called lagniappe.

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For fans of "A-E In The Wild" pictures, here I am later on Earth Day still standing upon the surface of the Earth.

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For fans of food pictures in shoe threads, Earl Grey Vanilla Bean cake, tea, and me at Josephine Los Angeles.

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Josephine has just reopened again after the most recent lockdowns, and typical of the erratic nature of local officials, they still aren't allowed to use cups, saucers, or tea pots, (but can use creamers and metal flatware) so they are still using paper cups, awaiting approval on using the other things.

Wearing a yellow shirt again as part of my attempt to bring back yellow shirts which were more popular in the sixties than they are now.
 

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Celebrating Earth Day by standing upon the surface of the Earth while wearing Home Rangers. In New Orleans the tire tracks in the picture are called lagniappe.

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For fans of "A-E In The Wild" pictures, here I am later on Earth Day still standing upon the surface of the Earth.

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For fans of food pictures in shoe threads, Earl Grey Vanilla Bean cake, tea, and me at Josephine Los Angeles.

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Josephine has just reopened again after the most recent lockdowns, and typical of the erratic nature of local officials, they still aren't allowed to use cups, saucers, or tea pots, (but can use creamers and metal flatware) so they are still using paper cups, awaiting approval on using the other things.

Wearing a yellow shirt again as part of my attempt to bring back yellow shirts which were more popular in the sixties than they are now.
Living the life!!!
 

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New pants, just wish that I had my shoe collection for this reveal.
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