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Logjam

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Logjam last won the day on April 3 2016

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    northwest USA
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    Motorcycling, photography (serious amateur, prefer landscapes, nature, wildlife), fishing, hunting, woodworking, spoiling grandkids!

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  1. Late to the game but here goes. I don’t yet know if I would hire you. I’m an engineer (now retired) so I would investigate your education, experience, and learned/retained technical skills. I’d also investigate your willingness and propensity to work collaboratively. As to attire - is it clean and well-fitting, and at least somewhat coordinated (yours looks like it is.) That is all! Logjam
  2. I’ve been fascinated with earrings for along as I can remember, starting as a small child and staring at my mom’s and favorite aunt’s earrings - clip or screw back at the time (I’m an OF!) Then, in grade school, reading National Geographic, I learned that in some locations and cultures, men also wore earrings. It was about then that I became aware of the practice of piercing ears, though I didn’t know or understand the details. In my college years, mid 60’s, girls were piercing their ears regularly, but I was a nerdy and heavily loaded (academically) engineering student, so I did not have much of a social life to interact with girls and learn more. Out of college in the early 70’s, a now long-gone girlfriend actually asked if she could pierce my ears. I was delighted with the notion, but my job involved close interaction with the military and I doubted the look would have been accepted, so I declined. But she somehow planted a seed. I’m recently retired, so job considerations are no longer a matter. But my dear wife is definitely not a fan of men with earrings. Were it not for her feelings, I would have mine done in a half a heartbeat. To those of you who do pull off the style, clip ons or pierced - good for you, and I’m a little envious. Logjam
  3. There is a forum for men wearing skirts - www.skirtcafe.org. I’m not a skirt wearer, but stumbled across that one looking for something else. Logjam
  4. Thanks for the recruiting effort, Heelster! It’s a bit quiet over there... Logjam
  5. Balletboot, you are raising the bar VERY high! Well done. Logjam
  6. Great shoes, great look. Nice pedi also. Kudos!
  7. Hey Balletboot, that IS a GOOD look! Kudos! Logjam
  8. Mlroseplant - heels or not, bless you for spreading some cheer and light as you did. Logjam
  9. Hey Pebbles, fine looking boots!
  10. Hey Chaosheels, off topic, but kudos on the artwork on the calves! I’m a fan. May I ask - is there a story behind the pieces,or did you just like the look? Regards, Logjam
  11. I am a big fan of this style/look. I noticed that Nordstrom (for overseas friends, bigger US retailer) has several similar styles - slightly wider straps, and more of a chunky heel, which is a very good thing for an older, slightly overweight guy. They also are available in a US 13 size which I need. I haven’t taken the plunge just yet but thinking... Logjam
  12. Thanks, HiH, for the compliment on my tattoo. I’m very fond of my tattoo as it has great significance for me. Plus, I really enjoy wearing the artwork and color! And I have several photos of the tattoo with heels over in the “best men’s legs...” thread. Logjam
  13. I’m just a tad under 6 ft., so nope. Actually never thought about it much, if at all. Logjam
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