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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.

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  1. fxh

    fxh Senior member

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    foxy - a word in your shell like - I dunno what the Comp.Sci teaches these days but my advice is that the VPNs would be better on your PC than coming out of your arse. HTH.
     
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    same pad too, 2 screen set up, one horizontal and one vertical layout.
     
  3. DartagnanRed

    DartagnanRed Senior member

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    I have Loake loafers that originally fit like that and now fit perfectly. So maybe hold onto them a bit longer. I also bought Lincolns from Robinson, how long did they take to arrive?
     
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    Fairly quick, 7 or so days. I was actually away when they arrived though so not sure exactly. Last time this happened I sized down half a size and it didn't work out. I might get those heel pad thingies. Thanks for the advice though. Always disappointing when things don't fit perfectly. Maybe I'll just wait to get my next shoes, get them somewhere I can try them on!
     
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    This on high on my to-watch list, just need to find some time to sit down and actually watch it.
    Best paid VPN service? About to get NBN hooked up in the new house, I've been looking at Witopia...
     
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    Eh? Most anime groups still use it.

    QCK heavy/++ > Goliathus...

    Wrt to VPNs lots of free trials it varies a bit ISP to ISP. Torrentfreak does good roundups .

    I can only comment to mulvad over the past few months which still undergoing teehting problems from its network expansion.
     
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  7. Foxhound

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    I'm a big fan of NVPN. But I bought accounts back when you could buy unlimited one's.
     
  8. Prince of Paisley

    Prince of Paisley Senior member

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    I have no idea what the fuck you people are talking about. Maybe I was snap frozen last night and woke up in a future where Foxhound is the supreme sentient being on earth and no one speaks English anymore. Can we please get back to jargon I understand, like "sprezz", "steez", "captoe" and "paper"? Ah, that feels better already!
     
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  9. Henry Carter

    Henry Carter Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Ha ha me neither.... I still watch movies on a TV though and buy DVD's. Am I that much of a luddite?
     
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    TheWraith Senior member

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    ^ I must be one, too. I'm the same, Henry Carter.
     
  11. Geoffrey Firmin

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    Join the club I have a library with books made from paper and a CD collection.

    Ps what is this "sprezz" PoP talks of?
     
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    What are these "CDs" the ancient ones speak of
     
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    Probably something that died when the telephone came into existence, who can really know?

    Also, rofl @ people paying for video content. The less I pay for videos, the more I have for #menswear purchases
     
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  14. Gerry Nelson

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    Christian Dior - they love that stuff!

    By the way, I saw this photo on Instagram which was taken at Pitti:
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    It would seem that the majority of people are dressed nicely but not at the level of 'showiness' that we see photographed all the time. I actually think that's a good thing and was quite pleasantly surprised when I saw the picture.
     
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    +1
     
  16. Prince of Paisley

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    Beta or VHS?
     
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  17. Geoffrey Firmin

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    I thought most of the 'young ones' were Beta!
     
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    I'm afraid that we're not allowed to tell you, otherwise Lino Ieluzzi (he of the perma-tan, unbuckled double-monks, scarf in pocket and askew tie) will get his "friends" to pay a visit to make an offer that we can't refuse!
     
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  20. Gerry Nelson

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    70% off everything at Al Bazar?
     
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