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post #6721 of 9842
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Originally Posted by CunningSmeagol View Post
And buy some pr0n.

That's so 20th century.
post #6722 of 9842
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
Google the guy's name and you'll find more than you could want to know.

I just did, and I did. That insane woman just committed career suicide.

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That's so 20th century.

Very! Pr0n these days comes for free. I've wondered how the porn industry will be able to make money in the future.

Aaaaand happy birthday, JB!
post #6723 of 9842
I like the moderation. I like sundaes. Moderation=sundaes??
post #6724 of 9842
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
I like the moderation. I like sundaes. Moderation=sundaes??
More like milkshakes
post #6725 of 9842
well, i sent someone the lifting video in good faith and specifically requested that he not post it to you tube which he did. what should i do?
post #6726 of 9842
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
well, i sent someone the lifting video in good faith and specifically requested that he not post it to you tube which he did. what should i do?

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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
KUNK SMASH!!!!!!!!
post #6727 of 9842
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
well, i sent someone the lifting video in good faith and specifically requested that he not post it to you tube which he did. what should i do?

d00d what is wrong with you?? That's ike sending some a vid of you j/o-ing and not expecting it to show up on some ghey site. Only thing you can do is threaten the idiot to take it down, SF can't do anything, no one forced you to send it to him. Live and learn.
post #6728 of 9842
he took it down. and ed, if you ever post my jerk off vids, we are through.
post #6729 of 9842
Jay Gatsby needs to be banned for starting 21 threads with a total of less than 100 posts.
post #6730 of 9842
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Originally Posted by Bhowie View Post
Jay Gatsby needs to be banned for starting 21 threads with a total of less than 100 posts.

Can you really ban The Great Gatsby?
post #6731 of 9842
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Originally Posted by JetBlast View Post
Can you really ban The Great Gatsby?

F@K would.
post #6732 of 9842
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Originally Posted by Bhowie View Post
F@K would.

I guess if you ban Lakshmi Mittal you can ban anybody.
post #6733 of 9842
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Originally Posted by JetBlast View Post
I guess if you ban Lakshmi Mittal you can ban anybody.
yup. we're powerful up here in the moderation booth.
post #6734 of 9842
Are constant, unnecessary bumps to the Steve Aver thread(s) a bannable offense? Wouldn't it be easier to pay to have it pinned to the top of the MC forum?
post #6735 of 9842
I don't know if this is the right board to suggest this, since Men's Style is more about style, but here goes.

Why doesn't SF have a subforum for reviews of products? This forum is essentially about buying clothes as much as it is about discussing the aesthetics and fit of clothing. A review subforum would be very useful to organize threads and reduce special flower threads. A person who's interested in Brand X jeans in Y fit could search up a thread that reviews the jeans in detail instead of having to look through an entire 100+ page "OFFICIAL BRAND X JEAN" thread. Sure, you could call that person lazy for not searching harder...or you could call it being more efficient.

A review thread would have the measurements of the product (preferably and before and after wash to warn of any shrinkage), the measurement of the person (optional), the retail price of the product, a brief review of its quality, craftsmanship, price:quality ratio, and fit. Of course, a copious amount of pictures to follow the review so other SFers can decide for themselves if they want to buy the product online or through SF's marketplace. This is especially beneficial to people who don't have easy physical access to the product they want (ie; a person in Colorado would have a very hard time finding a place to try on Uniqlo jeans). Others who has the same product that has been reviewed could also chime in with their opinions of said product.

I'm not the knowledgeable in terms of the bandwidth of SF, but I doubt a subforum would be an incredible hassle to mods or an extremely arduous task to perform. Please take this into consideration.
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