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Iron

Started this discussion. Last reply by kevin webster Oct 19, 2011. 3 Replies

Here's an odd question.  I usually iron my dress shirts during the weekend.  Had an old iron that appears to be giving up the ghost (along with rusty water stains).  I've not shopped for an iron…Continue

Family will be the death of us all!!!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pete Noy Mar 30, 2010. 4 Replies

Interesting (and disturbing) turn of events these past several weeks.  My mom recently passed away a few weeks back.  She had been suffering with dementia along with other frailties common to the…Continue

Is EBAY a good way to snag some stylish clothing

Started this discussion. Last reply by Leo Doom Occulta Mar 4, 2010. 26 Replies

Curious what the concensus is of people on EBAY as a source for some stylish, yet cheaper in cost, threads?

Looking for good dress shirts. Recommendations?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael B. Apr 10, 2013. 55 Replies

Trying to slowly build up a wardrobe for work.  I'm looking for well fitting dress shirts that are nice yet not overly priced.  Hopefully not an impossible quest.  Thanks...Continue

 

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Michael B. replied to Pete Noy's discussion Looking for good dress shirts. Recommendations?
"- insert link to Macklemore's "Thrift Shop" video here -   We afraid of second-hand?   One of my wife and I's favorite activities is hitting the local thrift shops and dressing each other.   Men's dress shirts…"
Apr 10, 2013
john smith replied to Pete Noy's discussion Looking for good dress shirts. Recommendations?
"yeah I appreciate your concern about build up a wardrobe"
Apr 10, 2013
kevin webster replied to Pete Noy's discussion Iron
"I would go for a fabric steamer, they are twice as effective and save twice the time. much easier to use then an iron as well."
Oct 19, 2011
Pete Noy replied to Tyler W. Bardwell's discussion Why are serviceman more American?
"Agree with the others.  This is simply not true.  What next, only Christians are true Americans?"
Jun 30, 2011
Pete Noy replied to Trav's discussion Cars: subcompact
"Strong agreement on the Fit.  You can even build yourself a bike-rack that works inside the car with the backseats down.  Great gas mileage and great cargo capability."
Jun 26, 2011
Pete Noy replied to William's discussion Style Inspirations
"Strongly agree on the short-sleeve and tie.  Always seems too "McDonalds Management" for my taste."
Jun 26, 2011
Pete Noy replied to William's discussion Style Inspirations
"Yes but only on the weekends."
Jun 26, 2011
Pete Noy replied to Leonard's discussion 12 Skills you should have or 12 knowledge(s) you need in life...
"More impressive if they were done at the same time."
Jun 26, 2011
Pete Noy replied to Jordon's discussion 12 Things every man should...
"Are we talking pre or post apocalypse?  "
Jun 16, 2011
Pete Noy replied to Cameron W. Buckner's discussion Who is the Manliest mythological hero?
"Theseus by the looks of the movie "Immortals" coming out in November 2011."
Apr 30, 2011
Pete Noy replied to SKim's discussion In need of a manly housewarming gift
"+1 on the scotch.  Excellent utilization of Marvin by the way."
Apr 23, 2011
Pete Noy replied to Dustin's discussion Distance Running for the couch potato
"Highly recommend looking at the Couch to 5K program that is on iTunes (assuming you have an iPod).  I used that and it really did work."
Apr 23, 2011
Pete Noy replied to Eddie's discussion 1000 Mile Boots
"Have the Gentlemen Travelers and am very impressed with how well made they are.  Shoes like these will last much longer than the type that are glued together."
Mar 13, 2011
Nicholas Bridges replied to Pete Noy's discussion Iron
"Ebay or Amazon, absolutely.   It's hard to beat the look and feel of a freshly-pressed pair of pants."
Jan 30, 2011
Michael D. Denny replied to Pete Noy's discussion Iron
"Go ahead and break down with the cash for a small steam press.    Absolute life saver once you get the hang of using it. Makes every stitch of clothing look dry cleaned and professionally pressed.    Something along these…"
Jan 30, 2011
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Iron

Here's an odd question.  I usually iron my dress shirts during the weekend.  Had an old iron that appears to be giving up the ghost (along with rusty water stains).  I've not shopped for an iron before so any suggestions or do I need to turn in my membership card?   Thanks...
Jan 30, 2011

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At 6:57am on April 23, 2010, William D Farmer said…
Thanks for the welcome Pete - I've been wandering around the site forever... just never became a member... Thanks again!
At 3:17pm on April 20, 2010, Jason Cornwell said…
Thanks, man. I'll put more info & a pic on my profile in the near future.
At 1:14pm on April 20, 2010, Stefan said…
Thanks for your welcome...
At 12:33pm on April 20, 2010, Cole said…
Thanks for the comment. \m/
At 10:02am on April 20, 2010, Nuno Miranda said…
Thank you! Lots to see, looks like a fun place. Cheers from Lisbon!
At 9:23am on February 28, 2010, John M said…
Thanks for the welcome, PNOY.. glad to be here :)
At 5:36pm on February 5, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there PBOY. Just wanted to say welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us.
At 1:47am on February 4, 2010, Brett McKay said…
Here's wishing you a very happy and manly birthday, PNOY!
 
 
 

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Native Son replied to James's discussion When can a kid pick his own damn hairstyle?!
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John Muir replied to James's discussion When can a kid pick his own damn hairstyle?!
"So long as my son is productive, and does what I tell him to (chores), I'd let him be as queer as he wants to be with his hair. "
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James posted a discussion

When can a kid pick his own damn hairstyle?!

     If there is one thing my wife and I disagree on, it's when our two boys(ages 7 and 4) can have some independence. Now, I'm not saying I let my 4-year old walk to the gas station around the block for his own cigarettes or some such nonsense, but when they're allowed to play in the yard or go next door or pick their own clothes without constant supervision.     My wife is the controlling one in this area, and I, according to her, am far too easy-going. Both those facts are due to how we were…See More
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