Recently I bought another Japanese truck, this one made in San Antonio, but despite that I've been getting a ration of abuse from them boys I know who try to go places I go in their Fords, Chevys & Dodges, not that there is anything wrong with them rigs other than I cant afford them. So today over a cup of Columbian coffee down at the Chinese donut shop we gather I had these guys start undressing to see what they're wearing. Here's my own inventory today top to bottom (how 'bout you?) Stetson Straw Hat made in Mexico Filson Tin Cloth Jacket made in the USA Patagonia wool sweater made in China LL Bean turtleneck made in Cambodia Terramar undershirt made in Jiangsu China LL Bean Katahdin Iron Works Double Knee Pants imported Patagonia capilene long johns made in the USA Fruit of the Loom jockey shorts made in Salvador Ragg Wool Socks made in USA material imported Asolo Hiking Boots made in Romania Bandana or Hav-a-hank made in the USA Farm Grip deerskin gloves made in China Browning stag handled trapper knife made in Japan. Belt some American made gun belt manufacturer but I can't find no markings. What's my point? Nothing, just getting tired hearing about running a rice burner. Heck, just settle back and have another cup of joe and one of them linzer tarts, their made from an Austrian recipe.