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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AlanC, Jun 21, 2007.
A bit nippy this morning here at 29*. Picked my 3X Stetson Open Road for running errands.
That is a VS lid... Very special!
Mr. P, you sure can make a hat look good...
Nope, I believe that's a MajorMoore lid.
North Face skull cap for me tonight! [huh] lol
This time in a brown corduroy number
ET, you look cool and relaxed down there, sir. It's got to be the caps....
:arated: Mr. P is so right: That's a very relaxed look! Love that grin too. Let's have a beer, buddy! :eusa_clap :eusa_clap
Yes indeed Mr P and Mario! It must be the caps!
Tell you what Mario - I'll shout you a Fourex, but I'll order myself a South Australian Reisling - or maybe a Tasmanian cider!
Extreme stingy brim...lol
That's the look right before the nightstick comes out
That's struggling to make it til 6am after being off since the 18th of Dec. and I prefer hands on.lol lol
I can only imagine. My brother got switched to graveyard at the first of the year and was not excited about that.
Hmmm...shouldn't the average "deer in the headlights" situation at least take place OUTSIDE the car?
As for the stingy brim part...you wouldn't want to let Mr. P. catch you in this!
Why are you in uniform unshaven and in a beenie?????!!!!!!!! I will be honest, If I was your Sgt. I would write you in a millisecond.
When I was a Police Cadet(Explorer) I was always in my Service Cap and Class A's on Street Patrol every time. This is how a street patrol officer should dress 24-7 on the street, Plus the Brass love it. My nickname was Adam 12.
I am unshaven because I do not have to and I was wearing the beanie because I was freezing my a$$ off. I will not even address the if you were a sgt. Remark because it would get me suspended from here. There is a huge difference between dressing up and actually doing the job. I'm done.
Is it really that cold in FL these days?
Also, please note posts 18897 and 18898.
Its about 15 here in my Arkansas neck of the woods!