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  1. scottyrocks

    Indiana Jones V

    With the quality of today's CGI, specifically anti aging, it is quite possible that at least some of the story will take place in the 30s or 40s. Hence, nazis.
  2. scottyrocks

    Summertime then and now ...

    It's all relative. Despite the disparaging nature of your argument, if you take a job to work X number of hours/days/whatever for Y amount of pay, you don't just roll over and play dead when you are told you have to work longer hours/days/whatever with no increase in pay, whatever those numbers...
  3. scottyrocks

    How do folks react to your hat wearing?

    And a number of members here participate in various hat groups. FB is made up of all kinds of people. But I get the point. Some, meaning: many of the people in them, are what I would consider to be, shall I say 'out there.'
  4. scottyrocks

    How do folks react to your hat wearing?

    This is social media.
  5. scottyrocks

    Indiana Jones V

    It has, imo, a 1940s movie feel to it. And he referred to the character as a femme fatale. Was this an inadvertant giveaway as to the fate of the character in the film? And it's nice that Luke Skywalker was there in the audience with his light saber.
  6. scottyrocks

    I love the Fed IV!!

    That's when the hat was 4 3/4" at the front, and center-dented. As for the brim, as mentioned above, it was a combination of time, a lot of mutchering, and the shape of my head. (Like Canuck, my head is a long oval, the result being that my brims tend to develop exaggerated curl.) Let's also...
  7. scottyrocks

    Indiana Jones V

    From what I understand he leads a very active lifestyle.
  8. scottyrocks

    New Member to the Hat Forum

    That Stetson looks great on you. You may have just inspired me to pop on my Akubra Capricorn for today's activities, which I extremely ever rarely wear. And welcome to TFL.
  9. scottyrocks

    Maltese Falcon Crease

    All of my favorite hats have creases that are organic/asymmetrical. Symmetry is highly overrated. ;)
  10. scottyrocks

    Maltese Falcon Crease

    Looks great! My Fed IVs all have diamonds in them. I think it suits their overall shape very well.
  11. scottyrocks

    I love the Fed IV!!

    ^Same experience here. My brown Fed IV's brim is the perfect width, while my carbon gray seems a little wide. This probably due to the brown one being 2 3/8" on the side while the CG is 2 1/2". Yes, the 1/8" makes a noticeable difference.
  12. scottyrocks

    When did the tacky practice of wearing brown shoes with blue suits become accepted?

    If God had intended for us to be submerged at all, He wouldn't have invented showers. ;)
  13. scottyrocks

    When did the tacky practice of wearing brown shoes with blue suits become accepted?

    Great write-up, Edward. More info here than in the entire thread. ;) It is my belief that suits will never make a comeback in great numbers simply because most people, aka society-in-general, prefer cheap, easy and comfortable. Good suits are comfortable, but are not cheap, and take most men...
  14. scottyrocks

    Indiana Jones V

    I am only only slightly/moderately pumped and/but will watch it.
  15. scottyrocks

    HUFVUD HATMAKER | Lund, Sweden

    You're pricing yourself completely out of my range. :(
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    HUFVUD HATMAKER | Lund, Sweden

    Not even my style and I like that one. :)
  17. scottyrocks

    setting a hat down: brim up or brim down?

    Here is an option that will cost only a coupla bucks and some of your time. You'll need oak tag, a pencil, a ruler, a scissors, a straight edge, a stapler, and some of your time. Make it tall enough so the top of the hat doesn't touch the surface the holder is resting on, and just wide enough...
  18. scottyrocks

    HUFVUD HATMAKER | Lund, Sweden

    Your creases are very organic-looking; one of my favorite features of your hats.
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