Khaki Utilikilt Workman’s

    Khaki Utilikilt Workman’s

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    Khaki Utilikilt Workman’s

    Over the last few years you may have seen kilt-wearing . These are made by the

    of Seattle.

    Made of a heavy-weight duc very similar to the famous Carhardt work clothes, these Workmen’s kilts rule! They have big pockets, a built-in carabiner to attach keys, and a loop for a heavy-duty flashlight. Comfortable, durable, fashionable. For some pictures and commentary please visit my

    web pages.

    Why am I telling y’all this? Because it’s high time for the

    Special Edition Khaki Workman’s Utilikilt

    How much? Probably somewhere between $100 – $200, depends upon the number we order. If you would like one, or more, please email me. Once I compile the total number, let’s say on 1 December 2002, I’ll present it to the Utilikilt folks with whom I’ve been chatting. They’ll then figure out their price-point and let me know. You will pay for the kilts directly to UK, making some notation on the cheque so they know it’s for this special edition kilt.

    THE TIME TO LET ME KNOW IS NOW. If we don’t have a sufficiently large number, it won’t happen. If you don’t tell me now the khaki kilts might get made and we won’t have one for you.

    Have you found errors nontrivial or marginal, factual, analytical and illogical, arithmetical, temporal, or even typographical? Please let me know; drop me . Thanks!

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