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Posts by BaronFizzwell

Maybe high school takes up a lot of time these days, who knows ...
i think he got warned a while ago by admins to not conduct himself like a fool, and went with the "if you don't have anything shitty to say, say nothing" approach.
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 Did you see the recent updates to the RRL pages on the Ralph Lauren Website? Looks like the Salt Flats proved this motor sports prediction to be right. I do maintain that it would cover the mechanic side of things though, vs strictly just the driver. Remember that RRL isn't meant to be "luxe". The ideology is the testament to the American pioneer/working class spirit and tenacity, which is more the experimental driver/mechanic than the sponsored, privileged racer....
Yeah it's mostly Polo and Denim and Supply that those "Take an Extra ..." sales apply to, although there are maybe a handful of reductions that happened across the RRL line that were new when that promotion started.   I wonder if there will be a Designer Sale when this current promotion ends ...    The Leather Bowery Boot seems to be back after disappearing for a while when it had been reduced to $479. I noticed that the digits have been reversed to make the price...
 Yeah, mine just arrived today, the black with brass eyelets, and the quality is out of this world - definitely worth full retail. The only problem is that they're almost too beautiful to wear. If they weren't sold out on the Website, I'd get a second pair just to display as Pr0N. I couldn't find the post, but somebody was asking about the sizing recently. I've got the black on black ones in a 9.5, and the ones that arrived today are 9. I'm a true Euro 42, and I found that...
 I wonder what he could possibly use next as well. While some of the suggestions seem viable, they would have to fit with the RRL ethos of workwear, "the enduring spirit of the American worker" or something like that. Any leisure activities might not fit that.  I did think he'd jumped the shark a bit with the Scott Base adventure series. It's like he's become the J. Peterman of RRL. If he is doing other decades of workwear, there could be more emphasis on the 1950s racing...
 Why not call one of the stores and ask them to take a picture of it? From my own conversations with them, they're pretty aware of how different the items are in real life, and understand if you forget something after seeing what it really looks like ...
 Clearly they have never been to New Zealand. "Dressed up" here means wearing a Ralph Lauren polo shirt. Preferably with a giant pony on it.
 Hmmmm, maybe, remember outside of Styleforum and true Ralph Lauren enthusiasts, the general public only thinks of those awful Polo shirts with the horse on them when somebody says the name Ralph Lauren.  I know my country is full of hicks, so that might be a factor, but down here, the only Ralph Lauren store was a Polo one. That - along with the idiotic Big Pony polo shirts - was being touted as the source for the height of luxury. I was also told that that entire store...
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