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Old 01-26-2020, 01:23 PM   #11
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steve: The advice or the color?
LOL!!! '-}}



Both...'-}}





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Old 01-26-2020, 11:05 PM   #12
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Live coral orange indoor and rich orange outdoor. I've been looking for an orange shirt for years and now I have it. Wearing it again today.

   
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It sounds really nice...'-}}



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Interesting thing. After buying a few overpriced shirts it gets easier and easier. Like today. "Oh, only $138 for the shirt. That's not bad."

One odd thing, though. My closet is not getting crowded.

   
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andrew: Interesting thing.
LOL!!! Too true...'-}}



You could apply the same logic to a new AIO...'-}}





>>My closet is not getting crowded.

Perhaps it's like sock-eating dryers only, applied to the closet???








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