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March 04, 2011

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Not to get all advocatus-diabolical here, but is it at all possible that the Three Dots collar you are getting shirty about is one that a wearer can lay flat in perfect transitivity as an alternative to turning it up 'gainst the weather.
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I know you must've addressed the everyday (adjective) v. every day (adverb) confusion before, but it continues to drive me bonkers. And this detail really does matter, as you say.

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