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Old 02-18-2014, 08:45 PM   #646
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Are Bugle Boy tight rolled jeans and Z Cavaricci silk shirts back in style yet?
Wait, are they out of style?!? I thought people were laughing at me because of my great sense of humor. I guess I'll have to go out this weekend and buy some Tommy Hilfiger jeans and rugby shirts to get back in style.
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Old 03-17-2014, 11:12 PM   #647
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Anyone know where to buy ribbed v-neck tees? I got this a few years ago from Old Navy. They don't sell this style anymore.

You can see this has depth and texture to it. Everywhere I looked today all I saw was flat, thin t-shirts.

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Old 03-17-2014, 11:16 PM   #648
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Anyone know where to buy ribbed v-neck tees? I got this a few years ago from Old Navy. They don't sell this style anymore.

You can see this has depth and texture to it. Everywhere I looked today all I saw was flat, thin t-shirts.


Yeah that's tough - I'd just say keep an eye on TJ Maxx, sometimes over by their lounge pants they'll have soft borderline underwear shirts with that texture.
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Yeah I'm not buying any momentum explanations. This is the unfazable Patriots, they are immune to that BS. When the Pats lose, like last night, it's because somebody physically smacked their technician OL in the mouth. Pats Defensive front 7 got thrown around as well, the Kony Ealy debacle looms big right now. Chiefs took this game over at the LOS, plain and simple, they beat them bloody.
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Old 03-17-2014, 11:19 PM   #649
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Yeah I'm not buying any momentum explanations. This is the unfazable Patriots, they are immune to that BS. When the Pats lose, like last night, it's because somebody physically smacked their technician OL in the mouth. Pats Defensive front 7 got thrown around as well, the Kony Ealy debacle looms big right now. Chiefs took this game over at the LOS, plain and simple, they beat them bloody.
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Old 03-17-2014, 11:22 PM   #650
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Old 03-17-2014, 11:25 PM   #651
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Yeah I'm not buying any momentum explanations. This is the unfazable Patriots, they are immune to that BS. When the Pats lose, like last night, it's because somebody physically smacked their technician OL in the mouth. Pats Defensive front 7 got thrown around as well, the Kony Ealy debacle looms big right now. Chiefs took this game over at the LOS, plain and simple, they beat them bloody.
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Old 03-17-2014, 11:27 PM   #652
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Yeah I'm not buying any momentum explanations. This is the unfazable Patriots, they are immune to that BS. When the Pats lose, like last night, it's because somebody physically smacked their technician OL in the mouth. Pats Defensive front 7 got thrown around as well, the Kony Ealy debacle looms big right now. Chiefs took this game over at the LOS, plain and simple, they beat them bloody.
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Old 03-17-2014, 11:36 PM   #656
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Yeah I'm not buying any momentum explanations. This is the unfazable Patriots, they are immune to that BS. When the Pats lose, like last night, it's because somebody physically smacked their technician OL in the mouth. Pats Defensive front 7 got thrown around as well, the Kony Ealy debacle looms big right now. Chiefs took this game over at the LOS, plain and simple, they beat them bloody.
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My watch broke this Saturday but I'm still digging it so I ordered the same one:

I like the Hugo Boss stainless watches. They'll be around $300ish - not too far off from the one you pictured. However watches are weird w/ people. People get used to the brand(s) which they're comfortable with.

Right now I only have a digital watch in inventory.
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Yeah I'm not buying any momentum explanations. This is the unfazable Patriots, they are immune to that BS. When the Pats lose, like last night, it's because somebody physically smacked their technician OL in the mouth. Pats Defensive front 7 got thrown around as well, the Kony Ealy debacle looms big right now. Chiefs took this game over at the LOS, plain and simple, they beat them bloody.
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