June 30, 2011

New at your local Duke & Duchess...

At participating locations. Not all products will be at participating locations. Restrictions apply. Limited time only. Must have Rewards Card at time of purchase. See cashier for complete details. No, does not work with purchase of a box of Corona.

June 27, 2011

Great way to end the weekend...

Had a great weekend. Enjoyed the Centerburg Fireworks Saturday night and able to cast a few on Sunday.

June 23, 2011

Old School

Shot hoops last night at my friend Phil's house. This is the hoop I grew up playing on. Same backboard and rim. I was on the losing end of a mean 3 game series of P.I.G.

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June 22, 2011


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June 15, 2011


I was able to assist Glenn & Lauri H. and their 3 Boys with their relocation to the Granville area. If you know of someone relocating to Granville, Newark, Heath, or New Albany area...please keep me in mind.

June 13, 2011

Anatomy of a Classic...

In 1936, G.H. Bass introduced a shoe that would change his company (and American style) forever. Taking cues from a simple slip-on leather shoe from Norway, the now ubiquitous Weejun was born. Combining true hand sewn moccasin construction—requiring one large piece of leather to wrap under and cradle the foot—with a leather dress sole and heel, G.H. Bass & Co. created a shoe that was both durable and extremely versatile. The company's addition of a leather strip across the upper with a unique half moon cutout would come to define the Weejun, along with countless imitators.

Launched as a casual shoe, the loafer quickly found its way into more formal occasions. American men were quick to bring them into the office and classroom. By the 1950s, Weejuns had become a staple for college students around the US as well. A trend so widespread, that it prompted their inclusion in "The Official Preppy Handbook", and solidified their place as a staple of any true prep's wardrobe to this day. In the 1960s, young people began sticking pennies into the shoe's half moon slit, prompting the moniker "penny loafer," a nickname that has stuck around for over half a century.

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