"we all have different wants and needs. i carry a Victor Smith made custom knife that he made specifically for me, he measured my hand and made it to fit. It is strait blade non folding knife that fits in my front pantss pocket. Victor hand makes the…"
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"One reason I have more than one pair of boots is that I wear them every day to work (I wear a suit to work) and I have been told not to wear the same boots day after day. They will wear out must faster if you do (not just the sole, but the…"
"That is too funny that we have the same kind of boots. The people who work in the boot stores know what you’re wearing when you walk in! Almost every time I walk into a boot/western store they come up and compliment me on my boots regardless…"
"Yeah, not sure either. My wife made me a belt to go with them (she is big into leathercraft). I have a black pair & brown pair of their 1883's that I wear for work. I love them. But you can see the difference between them and the…"
"My EDC knife is a custom bird and trout fixed blade in a heavy leather sheath that fits in your front pants pocket. It has a lanyard on the sheath (not the knife) so I can extract it easily from my pocket. I love the fact that it was made to…"
"I just picked up a pair of Lucchese Classic's a couple weeks ago, wore them for a day of wine tasting and a night of dancing and fun. They felt great after being on my feet for 15 hours. I love these boots!"
"Was thinking a little more on this, and as much as I hate to say it, might have to start taking the approach that they advise for brainstorming. Get together and focus only on finding where you have similarities. Don't allow the conversation to…"
"When you, Muir (singular, accusative YOU), begin a discussion with outright blatant lies easily disputed with a ten second Google search; how in depth of a discussion are you looking for beyond why you're beginning discussions with lies?
"Forget the blacks, they might not turn out in huge numbers, but they are going to go for Hillary.
What you need to worry about is women.
Also, when I compare him to the CEO of my company, it is night and day. Our CEO is a polished, refined…"
"Probably not. You're too oblique when you make your points. You throw out vague assertions or questions that imply something, and then when anyone replies with any granularity you say something like "that's not what I meant".…"