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  1. 10 hours ago, Shyheels said:

    What's wrong with the old gold? It's durable, has many practical uses, has great brand recognition - everyone's heard of it - a long history, universal acceptance and it's pretty...

    It's a commodity with limited supply.  I guess it's too stable and boring for those who want to get rich quickly 😛  

  2. 3 hours ago, mlroseplant said:

    This got me to thinking. OK, so if some of us use long pants to hide our heels (past or present), why do women do it? They presumably have no need to hide their heels.

    Yeah the overall effect of long bootcut pants draped over heels helps create a nice long-legged silhouette.  I don't think it's about hiding or showing the heels.  

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  3. I think it is a nice piece, and I think I would be challenged to find something like that at Wal-Mart.  Wal-Mart clothes are usually slapped together with no attention to detail.  On this piece, the lines on the pattern of all the fabric pieces line up nicely, etc.  But yes, a good tailor can also put this together for a fraction of $2600.  

  4. On 9/30/2020 at 5:54 AM, Chorlini said:

    They still want the man to be taller, stronger (mentally and physically), have more social status and make more money then they do.

    Perfect, all the more reason to wear heels.  There is no arguing that wearing heels will make a man taller, and I would argue that they also make a man stronger and progressive looking.  

     

     

  5. 6 hours ago, pebblesf said:

    Thanks for the encouragement guys....  Admittedly, I have not yet figured out how to shrink pictures enough so they will post here.  I did my best to follow the tutorial given, promise to try again.  Hopefully someone can repost instructions....

     

    lunapic.com is also a pretty good tool for image editing

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