At work, I wear mine on the cuff. I have to wear flame resistant long sleeve shirts and need to see the time when my hands are full with pen and paper. I haven’t ventured into wearing that outside of the refinery.
Nike can do whatever it wishes. I’m a logical conservative Christian. I realize both (ok, all three if you wanna include “libertarians”) parties have points. My firm beliefs are that God:
1 created us all to be equal.
2 created the Church to handle social issues
3 gives us total free will to do...
My (young and dumb) advice is: If a lady that looks like Mrs. Eagle and acts/lives the way you say she does tells you to do anything, you do anything she tells you, lest you find yourself without a Mrs. Eagle-like lady.
I hope that was respectful of her. And you, of course.
So, this mobile site offers push notifications? I frequent this forum daily, but haven’t been because the Tapatalk access hasn’t worked. I’m not sure I’ll sustain any meaningful membership without Tapatalk support. Unless I have a question about something, I don’t think I’ll check in regularly...
My opinion is that you should never avoid something (cosmetic/sartorial) without a real-world trial. Make sure it is good advice by giving it a shot. Your skin tone may allow a red, even with your orange (not technically red) hair. And, when possible, try it in lighting that you’ll normally be...
I don’t care for:
•White collars/cuffs on differently-colored shirts
•Black anything—exceptions are women, coffee and nights skies
•rounded collars—looks extremely feminine to me
•pocketless button up shirts—same reason as rounded collars
•Chelsea boots—anything with visible elastic turns the...