What do you all consider to be absolute essentials in your wardrobes? For me, I'm looking to expand. Currently have three pairs of 5.11 tactical pants, eleven black tshirts, one pair of blue jeans, 6…Continue
Hey all. Great to be aboard. Im Callum, 24, living in Iowa but im actually from England, UK. Always in search of,good conversation, and yeah, i never really know what to put,so if you fancy a chat or…Continue
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"It is hard being young and married and with a child.
As a foster parent and someone who helped raise a brother in law that was
having a great deal of problems, I would say find a few or at least one great man close enough to visit from time to…"
Nice jeans (beware of fake wear...)
A few polos
A few solid color button up shirts
A tie that will go with most of your button up shirts
A nice belt (for Pete's sake not Walmart belts...)
That would be my two cents"
"O.K. at the risk off interjecting a question into a conversation I'm not in, here goes anyway...
Exactly-white tees. What the fuck is this going on with guys wearing black all the time a la John and Yoko! For suits-yeah…"
"If they are what I'm envisioning (and wearing, at the moment) they're basically navy cargo pants with extra loops for holding shears and such. I know them as "EMS pants", but I've heard them called tacticals or…"
" Well, very few things in the world are free. There usually are minor costs in each degree and full membership (in my experience about $75 each). From your post I'm noticing that not only are you having money issues but…"
"As I understand it, within Syria, there is something akin to Sunni unity in that they tend to not like Assad, ISIS or the Kurds. So the theory is removing one of those, give them focus to work to remove the other themselves. But goodness knows…"
"Assad doesn't want Sunni unity because he's part of an elite and privileged Shia minority running a Sunni majority country.
Having an enemy in place like ISIS makes it easier for him to again position himself as the saviour of Syria…"
"A lot of people, and it's becoming increasingly clear our politicians are in that group, don't know how far the world has moved on. FFS Hamas is acting as an intel cell for the Israelis at this point."
"Assad is one of the biggest factors allowing ISIS. Most analysts I've read recently seem to feel getting rid of Assad is the first and most important step in getting rid of ISIS. Which makes Russian policy supporting Assad problematic. "