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Damn, those look really good and the color combo...
 

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is that like the 5th pair?
Ive gone through maybe 10 models but at the moment this would be my 6th keeper if it works out. Dealan, Molino, Ascari, and Beauregard are my all time favorites though with the Beaus being #1
 

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Ive gone through maybe 10 models but at the moment this would be my 6th keeper if it works out. Dealan, Molino, Ascari, and Beauregard are my all time favorites though with the Beaus being #1
here I am looking for another molino like a pleeb
 

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here I am looking for another molino like a pleeb
Haha well I’ve met a really nice dude down here. His shop is called Twelvesixtynine in Miami and he’s nice enough to send me frames to try on or trade them in. I just tried on the Fitzgeralds (loved them but I can’t decide between lava and flash, the Sartres were cool but I wish they came in some form of Havana or something other than black. I might try the Borodino next since I’ve always wanted one but was iffy in the side shield things
 

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I want to use my VSP $300 frame allowance :redface: would love to use them if they can take it. My local stockists that take VSP are closed.
 
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Haha well I’ve met a really nice dude down here. His shop is called Twelvesixtynine in Miami and he’s nice enough to send me frames to try on or trade them in. I just tried on the Fitzgeralds (loved them but I can’t decide between lava and flash, the Sartres were cool but I wish they came in some form of Havana or something other than black. I might try the Borodino next since I’ve always wanted one but was iffy in the side shield things
nice man

I want to use my VSP $300 frame allowance :redface: would love to use them if they can take it. My local shops that take VSP are closed.
yea same here, I use looksie optometry on polk and they are closed for now.
 

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and he’s nice enough to send me frames to try on I just tried on the Fitzgeralds...the Sartres were cool but I wish they came in some form of Havana...I might try the Borodino next since I’ve always wanted one but was iffy in the side shield things
Damn. I’m huddled inside Googling *alternatives to toilet paper* and rationing my oatmeal.
 

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While i understand your point re budgeting, it is silly not to use a credit card for your purchases because there are a lot of perks such as purchase protection (trust me, worked in banks, credit cards work much harder to get their money back than your money), rewards, and many other things those were just to name some.
I use a credit card for basically all purchases. Cash back, more purchase protection, etc.
 

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Blew my jawnz budget on wine and seafood deliveries (local restaurant supplier collective that delivers to my door!).
 

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