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Quote: Originally Posted by Bounder You guys should leave Moo alone. He's really on to something. Under his tutelage, I have come to realize that everything I own is not something else. For example, none of my leather shoes are cordovan and none of my cordovan are russian reindeer. It also turns out that none of my wool suits are cashmere. The retroactive rebates will run to many thousands which I will, of course, spend on other stuff that...
(have you heard of the case where a dry-cleaner was sued for $54 million by a customer who claim his pants were lost? "False, the pants were found and it was confirmed by the tags the judge had, he still denied they were his so he could continue with the suit") How was I wrong? I wrote "claim" by the customer that the pants were lost. (but the legal bills and psychological toll were devastating.) Again, how was I wrong? The fundraising happened after their...
Quote: Originally Posted by pdial If you think this is devastating, what word would you use to describe the situation if they would of had to file bankruptcy because they couldn't of paid their legal bills and gone completely out of business? "what word would you use to describe the situation if they would of had to file bankruptcy because they couldn't of paid their legal bills and gone completely out of business?" -- ruinous. Just because...
Quote: Originally Posted by pdial That's a totally subjective line written by someone trying to boost up their circulation. Were they tired, stressed, drained? Of course. These people are old and there bodies can't handle it as well. Having their legal fees paid and the case thrown out is a lot better than the alternative, that would have been devastating. Having a multi-million dollars lawsuit hanging over their heads for months and...
Quote: Originally Posted by pdial You couldn't be more wrong about this. The cleaners were sued by a judge because they lost his pants and he thought that their "Satisfaction Guaranteed" entitled him to $54-67 mil for the lost pants. They eventually found his pants and even offered to settle for $12000. The case was thrown out The dry cleaners paid their legal fees through fund raising and the judge eventually lost his job. Do a little research. The...
What would you do if the roles were reversed? Before answering without mulling it over, consider the following: What if 1) the clothes the customer brought in were defective, or if you somehow lose them? Are you willing to assume liability? (have you heard of the case where a dry-cleaner was sued for $54 million by a customer who claim his pants were lost? The lawsuit was tossed, but the legal bills and psychological toll devastated the dry cleaner.) 2) you lose...
Quote: Originally Posted by clausc True, I tried a wool peacoat size 50 and was too big. However, I bought a car coat same size which is rather slim and cannot wear with a sport jacket underneath. But I've never seen BC sweaters that need a size up. Unless one likes to wear baggy clothes... My B.C. sweater from 2-3 seasons ago was true to size. But the two I bought this year are very slim. So this year's collection is tight fitting. ...
Order at least one size up, as B.C. sweaters are very tight fitting. Also, the thick ones will be a very good buy at $375.
Quote: Originally Posted by SuitMyself Seriously! Is this for real?! $855.00 for a bow tie?!?!?!?! http://www.bergdorfgoodman.com/store...00024cat290918 Damn, not my size.
[quote=apropos;2588377] Are you that thick? Thick as a brick and await your enlightenment. Of course other attributes -- such as personality, intellect, kindness, compatibility etc. -- are important considerations when it comes to selecting a mate. But you must admit, physical attractiveness is a major criterion. He who is so critical of the physical appearances of women only piques the curiosity of others as to what he finds attractive.
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