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post #81211 of 98343
Just went to a rodeo (my first!) in Jackson, WY. Everyone wore blue jeans with cowboy boots and it was really, really cool. Oh, and the rodeo was awesome. People out here have been really, really nice to this unshaven, kinda smelly, backpacking/road tripping student of the West.
post #81212 of 98343

nice ^ . I was in Colorado last weekend and went to an event where dudes were wearing non-ironic bolo ties and cowboy boots. Not something I see every day, it was pretty cool.

post #81213 of 98343
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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

Just went to a rodeo (my first!) in Jackson, WY.


the best part is that from now on you will be able to say "this is not my first rodeo"

post #81214 of 98343
Accidentally opened the Wolf Vs Goat thread and I was greeted with this:
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Originally Posted by Mauro 
Bubba sent money once and my dad's wife opened the mail. It was priceless. She is Hungarian straight off the boat. When she opened the package the was a wad of cash in a rubber band. A twenty was on the outside and the rest were ones. She literally dropped it and told my dad she wouldn't be part of any drug operation. Just make sure the pennies were wrapped like you pee pee when you are bangin those Mexican broads or just paypal me maurofarinelli@gmail.com

it's comforting to see some parts of SF are as they always have been redface.gif
post #81215 of 98343
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

nice ^ . I was in Colorado last weekend and went to an event where dudes were wearing non-ironic bolo ties and cowboy boots. Not something I see every day, it was pretty cool.

Non-ironic always makes it better.
post #81216 of 98343
I think that part of your culture is so cool.
post #81217 of 98343
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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

Just went to a rodeo (my first!) in Jackson, WY. Everyone wore blue jeans with cowboy boots and it was really, really cool. Oh, and the rodeo was awesome. People out here have been really, really nice to this unshaven, kinda smelly, backpacking/road tripping student of the West.


aw shit homie are you/when will you be/how long will you be/have you already been in Boulder?

post #81218 of 98343
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

I think that part of your culture is so cool.

Eh, not so much. While oft mythologized and used to market much-loved SF brands such as RRL, it's an element of society that is often consumed in intolerance, racism is particular. There's also the part where a rope is tied to the balls of horses and bulls, putting them in excruciating pain, for the purpose of sport.
post #81219 of 98343
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

Accidentally opened the Wolf Vs Goat thread and I was greeted with this:
it's comforting to see some parts of SF are as they always have been redface.gif

wvg is so fucking weird.
post #81220 of 98343
does anyone in the boston area know of any cool thrit/consignment shops?
post #81221 of 98343
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Originally Posted by spacepope View Post


aw shit homie are you/when will you be/how long will you be/have you already been in Boulder?

Just spent last night at a mutual friend's sister's place in Ft. Collins, so I'll be hiking and camping in the Rockies today and tomorrow. Gonna pop in to Boulder all day on Monday; looking forward to checking out your Boulder recommendations!

(Oh, and then I fly out of Denver on Tuesday.)
post #81222 of 98343
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

does anyone in the boston area know of any cool thrit/consignment shops?

My friend lives in Boston and she said this:

 

Some decent thrift/consignment stores in Boston
 
Second Time Around- most of the locations are pretty bad, though one of the ones on newbury is decent. 
 
The Closet- also on newbury st, probably one of the better ones. Clothing gets marked down depending on how long it has been in the store.
 
Rescue- Know the value of what they're selling for the most part, which means both a better and more expensive selection. They were having a half off sale last time I was there, so that made for some more reasonable prices. 
 
Buffalo exchange- the one in somerville is better than the one in allston, but they're still pretty bad either way. every once in a while you can find a gem, but they don't have very good buyers.
 
Goodwill- the one in davis has some good stuff on occasion but don't count on walking out with anything
post #81223 of 98343
dressing biz cas 5 days a week is really...

cramping my style

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but seriously it has kind of crushed my interest in cool clothes -- what's the point if I can only wear them 2 days a week?

guess i need cooler biz cas clothes, but meh
post #81224 of 98343
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Originally Posted by dishy View Post

My friend lives in Boston and she said this:

Some decent thrift/consignment stores in Boston
 
Second Time Around- most of the locations are pretty bad, though one of the ones on newbury is decent. 
 
The Closet- also on newbury st, probably one of the better ones. Clothing gets marked down depending on how long it has been in the store.
 
Rescue- Know the value of what they're selling for the most part, which means both a better and more expensive selection. They were having a half off sale last time I was there, so that made for some more reasonable prices. 
 
Buffalo exchange- the one in somerville is better than the one in allston, but they're still pretty bad either way. every once in a while you can find a gem, but they don't have very good buyers.
 
Goodwill- the one in davis has some good stuff on occasion but don't count on walking out with anything

Rescue is closed now, i was just there. Kinda sad ;(
post #81225 of 98343
Definitely feel you istasi. Since I've started working, I've been browsing SF a lot less...
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