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I can't see how it could have been a true facetted stone in there. Maybe something with a flat back like what may be avialable in Swarovski. As it...
...with foil so the aliens can't read their thoughts. All of mine are lined and I think it is why I never get the "Indy" comments.
Yeah, Rebel. You can get away with that if you want to, but I would suggest you scrap the wool and get some fur. You'll be glad you did.
^ That may well be true. "Cool" people these days are actually...
^ There's a nice little goldmine of entertainment and stuff. I like the magazine. Thanks for the tip.
There just aren't enough beavers left for this kind of ridiculousness.
Yeah, the womans hat looks very much like a Disney Oxford.
The only fedora of mine with a feather is a black on black, and it really needs some color on it. My other hats go featherless and I like them...
Pardon me, but...WOW!
In the produce section, a woman asked me if I was European.
"No, I'm an American."
"Oh. I read an article that..."
At that point, I...
That hat looks good on you, Mr. Smith, and you generally don't need more brim than that for evening wear dress hats.
Mr. Alden. Try tipping it back on your head, the ladies will get a feeling of being right under your hat with you.
Welcome, Burton. That is also what I see, mostly from women and always positive.
Yeah. That's a good lookin' hat. It suits you. And for 80 bones, you did alright.
I saw that show. It made me want to jump out the window.
Did he have a name, Miss Dizzy?
I was trying to think of current actors/actresses who can sing, dance and act like many of the performers of the golden era did. The only one I...
She truly is one of the greats. Not only for her dance ability, but for her versatility as an actress on film and stage. She could play a broad...
A wink has more affect than a smile. I will smile to anybody that I make eye contact with, but it is almost always a woman who chose to wear a...
Pardon the correction, but it is spelled 'prowed'.