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 You're a sycophant. And this attitude is disgusting. I've said it before, but it bears repeating: It doesn't matter if you're selling hot dogs, hand jobs, or mtm leather jackets, bad business is bad business. It's not a customer's fault for having unfair expectations; it's the business owner's fault for not managing those expectations properly. Lead times have been twice as long as were initially proposed, and are now on track to exceed a year's wait. The sole...
Careful now... last time I brought this up I was chastised for having unfair expectations of the m2m experience.
8 months 4 days 7 hours 33 minutes 12 seconds.   Edit: 13 seconds.
 Idiots. I tell them they're idiots. (No offense.)
I'm sure I will be.   But I don't think it's unfair to feel a bit scorned paying for a product up front, for a proposed lead time, and then waiting twice as long.    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure we're breaking records on lead times at this point. This wouldn't and shouldn't be acceptable in any other business model, I'm just really astonished that everyone here is so cool with it. Offering a whole new product as a fundraiser (whether it affects lead...
 I already bought it. That's the point. I never assumed that whatever fundraiser they're doing is slowing down production; I just think it's gauche to offer a new product when people are still waiting for something they ordered 35 weeks ago.
At the risk of upsetting the status quo here, some of these recent posts are silly. You're all clamoring over fundraiser wallets and backpacks while people who placed and paid for orders over 8 months ago (nearly twice the originally suggested lead time) still haven't received their jackets.   How about instead of encouraging your previous patrons to support a new venture, you fulfill obligations to the outstanding customers in a timely manner?   Defend the deal,...
Hi All. I know there are many groom related threads already, but as this is a fairly specific question, hopefully no one minds.   Our wedding is a fairly-casual, evening event in early spring. I'll be wearing a two-button light gray suit (here's the swatch) with a white shirt and black park aves. Groomsmen will be wearing non-matching gray suits with yellow neckties.   I'd like to wear something distinct from my groomsmen and was initially considering wearing a silver...
I am profoundly confused.    Everyone is referring to stock front lengths (46, 48, 50), but stock lengths seem to vary from jacket to jacket on the website.   I ordered a TOJ0 and an A-2. As someone who is 170 and a hair under 6'1, Charly suggested a length of front length of 23.5" on both. My actual front length body measurement is 22 inches.    Can anyone, for the love of pete, please either reassure me or correct me... before it's too late! DUN DUN DUNNN.
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