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post #196 of 249
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
[gdl] You are about to be mobbed by VoxGroupies. Be warned !!

I found out the hard way [/gdl]

We're just having a laugh...

Don Carlos is not going to be mobbed by anyone...

I'm too lazy to be a stalker or bear internet grudges...
post #197 of 249
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Originally Posted by Don Carlos View Post
Who's sketchier: the guy who makes 25,000 posts on an internet clothing forum, or the guys who spend over 13 pages analyzing his disappearance?
I'm not analizing ... I'm just celebrating one of the very few people on SF with whom I felt any degree of affinity. With few exceptions, these people are now gone.
post #198 of 249
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post
I'm not analizing ... I'm just celebrating one of the very few people on SF with whom I felt any degree of affinity. With few exceptions, these people are now gone.

Spalla is an interesting character...

A bit of a renaissance man ...

Open minded , tolerant and with very interesting sartorial views.
post #199 of 249
To reference another now not-so-common-sf'er: I think it is time I weigh in here. Likewise, SF without Foo would be a much smaller place.
post #200 of 249
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Originally Posted by james_timothy View Post
To reference another now not-so-common-sf'er: I think it is time I weigh in here.

Likewise, SF without Foo would be a much smaller place.

Speak for yourself on that one...
post #201 of 249
No comment.
post #202 of 249
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post
I'm not analizing ... I'm just celebrating one of the very few people on SF with whom I felt any degree of affinity. With few exceptions, these people are now gone.

I'm sure you're not alone in that sentiment.
post #203 of 249
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Originally Posted by Metlin View Post
I'm sure you're not alone in that sentiment.

We call that nostalgia...

Dopey,Rjman,Vox ,Manton and many others have left the building...

I even miss FNB and his diatribes...
post #204 of 249
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
We call that nostalgia...

Dopey,Rjman,Vox ,Manton and many others have left the building...

I even miss FNB and his diatribes...
I'm not one to name names ... so I leave it to you.
post #205 of 249
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
We call that nostalgia...

Dopey,Rjman,Vox ,Manton and many others have left the building...

I even miss FNB and his diatribes...

Indeed. Even before that, you had guys like AHarris yachtie, Lucky Strike and the like (although this was during my lurker days -- about 4 years ago).

I miss the more serious discussions and even the pedagogical attitude that was prevalent on the forum.
post #206 of 249
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Originally Posted by Metlin View Post
Indeed. Even before that, you had guys like AHarris yachtie, Lucky Strike and the like (although this was during my lurker days -- about 4 years ago).

I miss the more serious discussions and even the pedagogical attitude that was prevalent on the forum.
I was introduced to AAAC & SF by AHarris. He was at my office the day I discovered a unworn pair of Cleverley shoes I'd misplaced a couple of decades prior.
post #207 of 249
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Originally Posted by Metlin View Post
Indeed. Even before that, you had guys like AHarris yachtie, Lucky Strike and the like (although this was during my lurker days -- about 4 years ago).

I miss the more serious discussions and even the pedagogical attitude that was prevalent on the forum.

Aportnoy and his red carpet...

There were the good old times ...

It is fun to learn from each others.

People were more libertarian in their sartorial views...
post #208 of 249
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post
I was introduced to AAAC & SF by AHarris. He was at my office the day I discovered a unworn pair of Cleverley shoes I'd misplaced a couple of decades prior.
I think a lot of folks on SF/AAAC were introduced to the fora through friends or colleagues. After stumbling on to this site, I discovered several friends and colleagues who post. Well, truth be told, I'm not sure many of them post anymore, either. I remember AHarris from some of his cuff links (particularly one with a Damascene inlay that was quite striking).
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Aportnoy and his red carpet... There were the good old times ... It is fun to learn from each others. People were more libertarian in their sartorial views...
Oh yes. And Aportnoy's shoe pr0n (and of course, Vox's as well).
post #209 of 249
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post
He was at my office the day I discovered a unworn pair of Cleverley shoes I'd misplaced a couple of decades prior.

RSS for president.
post #210 of 249
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
RSS for president.

RSS was fantastic. He affected my bespoke experience as much as anyone.
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