Skoaktiebolaget – Carlos Santos, Enzo Bonafé, Saint Crispin’s, Paolo Scafora, Carmina, Rubinacci

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  1. dddrees

    dddrees Senior member

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    Besides being such a great brand to begin with, I think in combination @Leaves sense of style this would be a perfect match.
     
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    In my opinion these were all excellent choices so I see no reason to worry.

    The only thing I would recommend would be to continue with the same treatment and purchase more shoes.


    Ah yes, enlarge that closet.
     
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    so do I! I think it would help SC as well as make @Leaves some great sales!
     
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    RogerP Senior member

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    I'd be tickled with St. C. or Mecariello.
     
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    I would love either, but I think that St. C makes more sense since they seem to be of a larger scale than Mecariello. Bemer could even be an option!
     
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    Would totally be down for a pair of Sandringhams in chestnut or G&G Woburn, also in chestnut. The Edwardian Falkirk will fill my lighter-colored gap for balmorals. Um, either ones upcoming stock models :embar:
    @mw313, interestingly, our ethical standards allow us to "barter" goods for services... I guess the APA is more flexible than the AMA when it comes to this! :slayer:
     
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    I think it's about time I got a thistle, and it's about time I got me some EG chestnut as well.
     
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    Sandringham, 888, Chestnut, H/A/F soles!
     
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    Whats the difference between burnt pine and chestnut?
     
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    I'd go for that.
     
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    Burnt pine has a brown tint (this is not EG but Grenson MP) [​IMG] While chestnut has an orange tint (From KoC) [​IMG]
     
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    haha! that is very funny! We are just prescribing what we see fit for patients.

    Truthfully I haven't had to worry about any of those problems of the past, since I am in the new wave of physicians. I have heard stories about what was given to doctors by reps in the past; even vacations in some cases, which i think is absurd.
    A discount on shoes would be nice though, wouldn't it?
     
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    Yeah, I was just starting when the tail end of those perks from pharma started going away. Now we have to listen to how awesome meds are now and their various off-label uses. Sadly, I never interested them as I don't have a script pad. lol

    Shoe discount would definitely work. SkoAB can sponsor a research study and I can be PI (you can be co-PI). We can do an RCT with GYW, HW, and glued as IV! You can do interval assessments for foot health and all. I'm sure the IRB will have no issue with this!

    @Leaves, I think I've stirred the Sandringam pot! Only fair as you posted the picture!
     

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