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What kind of shoes did they wear in the 1920s?

I’m a sucker for classic shoes, and this shoe is just perfect.

I’m the kind of person who likes a classic watch, and this watch looks great.

This one looks pretty sweet. Very classic, I’d definitely recommend it.

I like looking at pictures of good old-fashioned watches, and I’m a sucker for vintage design, so this looks great.

A lot of watches were produced in this time period, but this is one of the more interesting, modern designs.


This is the kind of watch that you need to have in your collection, in case the time comes.

The design is really simple on this one and really great. Not a lot of complication to it, and it is simple to read and use.

I think this is a pretty cool watch, but if you wanted it you’d probably have to buy it. It was created by an American, so it’s probably in the U.S.A.

This bracelet, like all of the watches on this list, is very simple, but great looking. I love the contrast of the bright red color with the black design.

You’re probably thinking this is a really expensive watch, but check out the price tag. This is one of the most expensive watches in all of the images shown here, but I think it’s worth it. You don’t get what I’m about to say for cheap, or not-at-all great watches. I like that. I like that it’s simple, elegant, and is in my opinion the best all-around watch I’ve seen.

This is a great looking watch and would definitely be a good gift for someone who is a fan of watch collecting.

Very simple, but still looks good.

I don’t always agree with all of the articles I publish, but I think the tone of this one is interesting and important. It’s from Ben Stein on CNN and it covers the new US Attorney General, Jeff Sessions.
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The following is the text of Stein’s piece.

Jeff Sessions as Attorney General

As Sessions’ new boss, Donald Trump had another reason to consider appointing him to the top post in his administration: a record of fighting civil rights and voting rights.

That’s pretty clear from the Sessions’ record. When Sessions was an Alabama senator, Republican senators wrote a letter to President Obama to stop him from putting an end to the federal discrimination in voting, on school funding,