If your breast is above your top lift, are you a Heel? Heel Hight.

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How to measure heel height according to “The Complete Footwear Dictionary, second edition.” Heel height: the height, floor to the shank, is measured at the heel breast. The measure of heel height is from the breast (front) of the heel … Read More

Brogans are also called Jefferson Bootees.

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Brogans are also called Jefferson Bootees. The Army used the term “Jefferson”. The reason goes back to Thomas Jefferson: During the French Revolution, large, fancy shoe buckles were considered the mark of the Aristocrats. Shortly, wearing any shoe buckles at … Read More

Hi-Low also called Startup, upstart, buskin or half-boot

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  Hi-Low Fugawee has received several inquiries about the authenticity of the Hi-Low also called Startup, upstart, buskin or half-boot.  They are all names for the same footwear, a boot not too different from the modern-day work boot.  I’m going … Read More

Coffee vs Teapot Spoutoff

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Teapots and coffee pots are very different. Teapots In Europe came in the early 1600’s.  Dutch traders brought it back from the orient and the method to brew it too.  The English upper class were enjoying tea by the 1660’s. … Read More

Brogans and their link to Thomas Jefferson

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The Army used the term “Jefferson”. The reason goes back to Thomas Jefferson: During the French Revolution, large, fancy shoe buckles were considered the mark of the Aristocrats. Shortly, wearing any shoe buckles at all could cause your head to … Read More

EXTRACT OF COFFEE For the Army INSTANT COFFEE in The War Between the States By Art Ayotte (Fugawee Corp)

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EXTRACT OF COFFEE For the Army INSTANT COFFEE in The War Between the States By Art Ayotte (Fugawee Corp) 37th Congress Ex Doc., 2nd Session No. 16 letter of: THE SECRETARY OF WAR in answer to A resolution of the … Read More

Try carrying your tent poles like this?

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Driver Transports Wide Load of Lumber With Small Sedan If there is a will, there is a way 😮 Posted by Daily Picks and Flicks on Friday, March 9, 2018