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How are the coats?
 

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I checked out a "farmer brown" coat, aka camel, from John sometime last July.  The construction was quite nice--heavy wool and a quality, though not exceptional, liner.  Most of his products are probably best suited for everyday wear rather than special occasions.
 

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I checked out a "farmer brown" coat, aka camel, from John sometime last July. Â The construction was quite nice--heavy wool and a quality, though not exceptional, liner. Â Most of his products are probably best suited for everyday wear rather than special occasions.
Norcal: Thanks for the words. Was wondering (for a while) what you meant when you said "Farmer Brown" then realized you were answering Ernest.
JJF
 

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Got any green shirts and brown alligator shoes to go with it buddy? Maybe we'll all pitch in and get Ernest new duds.. I'll contribute a cowboy hat.
 

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Hey guys, if you provoke him, then you can't complain when he replies in kind...
 

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Provoke?  Moi?  What's the French translation of 'good natured, friendly kidding?'
 

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Hey guys, if you provoke him, then you can't complain when he replies in kind...
All together now...

Why cant we be friends why cant we be friends. The color of your skin dont matter to meeeeeeeeeeeeeee as long as we can live in harmoneeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

JJF
 

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Hey guys, if you provoke him, then you can't complain when he replies in kind...
Someone has ever complained?
 

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ernest,

This is where I'm defending you and your right to free expression...You'd prefer I not?
 

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ernest,

This is where I'm defending you and your right to free expression...You'd prefer I not?
Nice to see you take my defense.

You said they complained... So I ask if someone has really complaned to you?
 

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No- it's just that I locked two threads involving you yesterday to stop burgeoning flame wars. I don't have time to monitor things that closely.

I think gentlemanly arguments are great, and can be found in the middle of more than my share of them.

Perhaps I'm being overprotective...
 

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No- it's just that I locked two threads involving you yesterday to stop burgeoning flame wars. I don't have time to monitor things that closely.

I think gentlemanly arguments are great, and can be found in the middle of more than my share of them.

Perhaps I'm being overprotective...
I don't think so. I admire you stepping in here. It was turning into somewhat of a free for all mudslinging session at the Frenchman, in the same way it was with kalra.
 

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I don't think so. I admire you stepping in here. It was turning into somewhat of a free for all mudslinging session at the Frenchman, in the same way it was with kalra.
What does it mean?
 

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