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Discussion in 'Hats' started by NDW76, Jun 13, 2010.
actually size 11
That's quite a bit of foot, giving welt. I bet you can log more length than you're claiming. (don't let it go to your head).
What a treat to hear from you!
The Central Limits Theorum suggests a minimum sample size of 30 is required for the distribution to approach normal.
I suggest that those with fewer than 30 hats buy enough to catch up
That would be 30 hats of each type, model, and brand.
So that's what Max has been doing!
Just one more.
Ha, My ex would have called her a slacker.
I now have three Vintage 125s from Brass Rooster. If you don't know what that is, they bought vintage Mallory hoods from the 50s from an undiscosed person in New York.
One of them is a true taupe with a "silver" ribbon, one is a blue a little darker than a robin's egg with a darker grey-blue ribbon, and a lavender with a sort of mauve ribbon. All ribbons are thinnish, the color more important than the width because all ribbons are of similar vintage.
I could, truly, wear these three with everything I have. That said, I also have three Beaver Brand Strat-style in light grey ("silver"), sand, and burgundy; a Borsalino in navy; a Strat inn green with the icky brown ribbon replaced with a vintage matching green; a bone beaver, and a few other odds and ends. Plenty of straws because I consider them more or less disposable when bought for less than a hundred each.
Also hats to wear in the rain, a black with a "silver" ribbon, a bluegrass green Campdraft, and a "silver belly" Campdraft.
Less often, Stetson Strats in mink, caribou, cornhill, and an Open Road in silver belly.
So, that's more than enough. Already paralyzed for choice!