Russian mafia fashion problems

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11 Responses to Russian mafia fashion problems

  1. Spiro says:

    I have the same problem with my t-shirts

  2. SemperFi, 0321 says:

    Had that same problem in the Corps, open your wall locker every morning and say “gee, what shall I wear today?” Green, green or green.

  3. Ag says:

    Wirecutter, I am looking at moving to TN within the next 6 months. Wondering why you picked the area you located to? I am looking further East – Hawkins County. Anyone have any input or feedback. Thanks.

    • Wirecutter says:

      My wife had family in Portland about 35 miles west of here. When we were house-hunting we stumbled on this place, liked it and bought it.

    • Coyote Hubbard says:

      Depending on where your coming from, its OK. I escaped that general area around 20 years ago (From the SW part of Virginia) Doing the prodigal son thing and ended up near Seattle WA. Expect pockets of culture twined with true hillbillies. I have nothing against that. I cut my teeth on bluegrass music, but appreciate the city sounds too.

      There is prolly a high chance that the underbelly component is going to be meth/opioid/ect types. Harmless for most aspects, but a bit of security situational awareness is due.

    • Tennessee Budd says:

      Ag, Hawkins County is a beautiful area. I used to go there annually to do a week-long onsite in Bulls Gap/Midway. I hope you’re retired, though; not a lot of employment opportunities there. If you are indeed retired, it’d be a good place. Folks at the onsite told me the hunting is good. Real estate is relatively cheap, if you buy an existing place: building new might get pricey. House gas, & anything else that must be delivered, will cost a bit. Be good a fixing & maintaining your own place, indeed being as self-sufficient as possible, or it’ll get costly.
      If you’re out in the country, you’ll probably (if you’re not already where you are) need to get used to making grocery & other such purchases all at once. Go to town every couple of weeks, load up, & go home, or you’ll spend more on fuel than on the goods you buy.
      If you find yourself around the Bulls Gap exit (yes, I’m leaving out the apostrophe intentionally), go north of I-81 a couple of miles on Highway 11 & get a sandwich at the Amish store, the name of which I can’t remember. All their stuff is good, but I can vouch for the corned beef in particular. Best I’ve had in years, for less than a Thickburger or equivalent, & a lot better!
      If you’re reading this blog, you’ll likely love it in TN. Welcome!

      • Ag says:

        Thanks for the info. May I ask where you are located in TN? I am looking at places via the web, so any insight is appreciated.

        • Tennessee Budd says:

          I’m in Robertson County, a bit west of Wirecutter (the opposite direction from Hawkins County). I just know what I told you because part of my job for a decade or so has been doing a lot of onsites; I’ve seen a lot of my state I’d never visited before.
          I’d be glad to send you my email through Kenny, if he’s amenable.
          I don’t pretend to be an authority on any damned thing at all. Among my other peculiarities, however, is that, when in an area I find appealing, I like to scan the classified ads & see what it costs to live there. A man has to amuse himself when away from home: that’s cheaper & less trouble than serial murder, & less likely than infidelity to get me killed.

  4. If Adidas was around when Einstein was, it would have been his wardrobe.

  5. Danny says:

    When I was in the middle east that was the easiest way to spot a Russian. Unless he had his wife/girlfriend with him, then you just looked for the traffic accidents.
    The women always dressed in what could pass for lingerie.
    I personally witnessed two crashes where the ayrab drivers were target locked on the women instead of watching the road.

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