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post #107 of 227
All this talk of despotic leaders and feeding minions to whatever...................it is his royal highness GW Bush who, during his campaign for the theft of a hydrocarbon empire from the people of the middle east and central asia, is responsible for the deaths of millions more innocents than all of Africa's despotic leaders combined, and that prick has never been seen wearing anything worthy of note.

Why can't we all just let other members buy their gear, whether it is another boring pair of Incotex, or tasteless Alden boots, or cracked up old croc belt without fearing abuse from the rest of us.

PM to OP on #2 croc belt

Come on guys, we really can do better than this.
post #108 of 227
I love the cashmere jumpsuit - I'd see myself putting that on every freaking day when I get home. The belts are very, very nice and the material for the pants are very nice as well. The other stuff, though audacious, is very fun to look at and I appreciate the OP/seller posting it all.
post #109 of 227
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All this talk of despotic leaders and feeding minions to whatever...................it is his royal highness GW Bush who, during his campaign for the theft of a hydrocarbon empire from the people of the middle east and central asia, is responsible for the deaths of millions more innocents than all of Africa's despotic leaders combined, and that prick has never been seen wearing anything worthy of note. Why can't we all just let other members buy their gear, whether it is another boring pair of Incotex, or tasteless Alden boots, or cracked up old croc belt without fearing abuse from the rest of us. PM to OP on #2 croc belt Come on guys, we really can do better than this.
These aren't noteworthy: ??????? Tell us how you really feel about Bush, mate
post #110 of 227
A leather jacket costs more than my car... I'm sad.

My question: what do you do for a living? Hedge fund billionaire? Oil tycoon?

Even though I agree that 95% of this stuff is absolutely heinous, I think the reason so many posters are bashing this thread is because no one likes to feel "less than." This guy probably makes more money in one month than the rest of us do in one year, so there's an instinctual reaction to try to tear him down. If the clothes were this ugly, but were selling for only $1.00, this thread wouldn't be getting nearly as much attention.

Either way, I wish the Baron good luck selling everything -- all of this is admittedly out of my price (and taste) range.
post #111 of 227
I would guess many members viewed OP's collection, imagined what their own $1,000,000 wardrobe would be, and shed a tiny tear for what could have been. Nevertheless I agree that he has every right to sell his items without persecution. Best of luck with your sale, OP!
post #112 of 227
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All this talk of despotic leaders and feeding minions to whatever...................it is his royal highness GW Bush who, during his campaign for the theft of a hydrocarbon empire from the people of the middle east and central asia, is responsible for the deaths of millions more innocents than all of Africa's despotic leaders combined, and that prick has never been seen wearing anything worthy of note.

Why can't we all just let other members buy their gear, whether it is another boring pair of Incotex, or tasteless Alden boots, or cracked up old croc belt without fearing abuse from the rest of us.

PM to OP on #2 croc belt

Come on guys, we really can do better than this.

Millions of deaths ? What are you using to count ? Can you please give an account of one million deaths caused by GW Bush ? Do you know how many Ugandans Idi Amin killed ? How many died in tribal warfare in Ruanda ? How many people have died in ongoing conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Casualties and losses
Iraqi Security Forces (post-Saddam)
Killed: 16,595[22] Wounded: 40,000+[23]

Coalition Forces
Killed: 4,750[24][25] (4,432 U.S.,[26] 179 UK,[27] 139 other)
Missing/captured (U.S.): 11 (9 rescued)[28]
Wounded: 32,539+ (32,012 U.S.,[29] 315 UK, 212+ other[30])[31][32][33][34] Injured/diseased/other medical:** 51,139 (47,541 U.S.,[35] 3,598 UK)[31][33][34]

Contractors
Killed: 1,764*[36][37] Wounded & injured: 59,465*[36][37]
Missing/captured: 16 (U.S. 5)

Awakening Councils
Killed: 1,002+[38]
Wounded: 500+ (2007),[39] 828 (2008)[40]
Total dead: 24,111
Total wounded: 72,539
Iraqi combatant dead (invasion period): 13,500-45,000 [41]
Insurgents (post-Saddam)
Killed: 25,278 (2003-2009)[42]
Detainees: 200 (U.S.-held)[43]
12,000 (Iraqi-held)[44]
Total dead: 38,778-70,278
Documented civilian deaths from violence, Iraq Body Count - 2003 through October 10, 2010: 98,380-107,369 recorded and 15,114 new deaths added from


Estimates

There is no single official figure for the overall number of civilians killed by the war since 2001, but estimates for specific years or periods have been published by a number of independent organizations and are presented here.
Aggregation of estimates
Year\tCivilians killed as a result of insurgent actions\tCivilians killed as a result of U.S-led military actions\tCivilians killed as a result of the war
2001\tn/a\t
The Project on Defense Alternatives estimated that in a 3-month period between October 7, 2001 and January 1, 2002, at least 1,000-1,300 civilians were directly killed by the U.S.-led aerial bombing campaign,[7] and that by mid-January 2002, at least 3,200 more Afghans had died of "starvation, exposure, associated illnesses, or injury sustained while in flight from war zones", as a result of the U.S. war and airstrikes.[8]
The Los Angeles Times found that in a 5-month period from October 7, 2001 to February 28, 2002, there were between 1,067 and 1,201 civilian deaths from the bombing campaign reported in U.S., British, and Pakistani newspapers and international wire services.[9]
A 2002 analysis by The Guardian estimated that as many as 20,000 Afghans died in 2001 as an indirect result of the initial U.S. airstrikes and ground invasion.[10]
Professor Marc W. Herold of the University of New Hampshire estimated that in the 20-month period between October 7, 2001 and June 3, 2003, at least 3,100 to 3,600 civilians were directly killed by U.S.-led forces.[11]
2001-2003 direct deaths: at least 3,100 to 3,600
2001-2003 indirect deaths: at least 3,200 - 20,000
2001-2003 direct & indirect deaths: 6,300 - 23,600
2001-2003:
direct civilian deaths: at least 3,100 to 3,600
indirect civilian deaths: at least 3,200 - 20,000
direct & indirect civilian deaths: 6,300 - 23,600
2002\tn/a
2003\tn/a
2004\tn/a\tn/a\tn/a
2005\tn/a\t
Professor Marc W. Herold of the University of New Hampshire estimated at least 408-478 Afghan civilians were directly killed by U.S./NATO actions.[12]
direct civilian deaths: at least 408 to 478
indirect civilian deaths: n/a
2006\t
Human Rights Watch estimated at least 699 Afghan civilians were killed by various insurgent forces in 2006.[13]
Human Rights Watch estimated at least 230 Afghan civilians were killed by US or NATO attacks in 2006: 116 by airstrikes and 114 by ground fire.[14]
Professor Marc W. Herold of the University of New Hampshire estimated at least 653-769 Afghan civilians were directly killed by U.S./NATO actions.[12]
Human Rights Watch estimated at least 929 Afghan civilians were killed in fighting related to the armed conflict in 2006.[13] In all, they estimated more than 4,400 Afghans (civilians and militants) were killed in conflict-related violence in 2006, twice as many as in 2005.[15]
An Associated Press tally based on reports from NATO, coalition, and Afghan officials, estimated 4,000 Afghans (civilians and militants) were killed in 2006.[15]
Indirect civilian deaths: n/a
2007\t
The UN Assistance Mission Afghanistan (UNAMA) estimated that 700 Afghan civilians were killed by anti-government elements in 2007, accounting for 46% of the civilian casualties.[16][17]
Human Rights Watch estimated at least 434 Afghan civilians were killed by US or NATO attacks in 2007: 321 by airstrikes and 113 by ground fire. Another 57 civilians were killed in crossfire, and 192 died under unclear circumstances.[14]
The UN Assistance Mission Afghanistan (UNAMA) estimated that 629 Afghan civilians were killed by international and Afghan forces in 2007, accounting for 41% of the civilian casualties.[16][17]
Professor Marc W. Herold of the University of New Hampshire estimated at least 1,010-1,297 Afghan civilians were directly killed by U.S./NATO actions.[12]
Indirect civilian deaths: n/a
2008\t\t
The Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) estimated that around 800 civilians were killed by U.S.-led military forces in 2008.[18]
The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) reported that 828 Afghan civilians had been killed by international-led military forces in 2008, accounting for 39% of the civilian deaths. Air-strikes accounted for the largest proportion of this number, 64%, with 552 civilians killed as a result of U.S./NATO airstrikes.[19][20]
According to Afghanistan's ambassador to Australia, Amanullah Jayhoon, 1,000 Afghan civilians were killed by coalition forces in 2008.[21]
The Afghanistan Rights Monitor(ARM) estimated that over 1,620 civilians were killed by U.S.-led military forces in 2008, including 680 killed in airstrikes. ARM also estimated that military operations by US-led NATO and coalition forces caused at least 2,800 injuries and displaced 80,000 people from their homes.[18][22]
Professor Marc W. Herold of the University of New Hampshire estimated at least 864-1,017 Afghan civilians were directly killed by U.S./NATO foreign forces in 2008.[23]
Indirect civilian deaths: n/a
2009
post #113 of 227
can we get a story behind this?
post #114 of 227
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All Items Are Being Moved To The First Page To Make Viewing Easier.
post #115 of 227
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All Items Have Been Moved To The First Page Of The Thread To Make Viewing Easier.
post #116 of 227
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Originally Posted by RockJaw View Post
All this talk of despotic leaders and feeding minions to whatever...................it is his royal highness GW Bush who, during his campaign for the theft of a hydrocarbon empire from the people of the middle east and central asia, is responsible for the deaths of millions more innocents than all of Africa's despotic leaders combined, and that prick has never been seen wearing anything worthy of note.

Why can't we all just let other members buy their gear, whether it is another boring pair of Incotex, or tasteless Alden boots, or cracked up old croc belt without fearing abuse from the rest of us.

PM to OP on #2 croc belt

Come on guys, we really can do better than this.

Wow, you're loads of fun, or at least a load of something.
post #117 of 227
The last time I was in Beverly Hills I Bijan's yellow Bentley parked on the street, that was in 2008. True story....Good luck to the OP in off loading some of this stuff. If I had a million to spend on clothes I would be on Savile Row and planing a trip to Italy while I was getting fitted, but to each his own.
post #118 of 227
Like these wears or not boys, this is likely the most epic FS thread ever.

I really hope this guy does well on it. Almost all is not my taste, although I could rock that blue Kiton belt, but whoa man, the guy is not lying, its a millie $ wardrobe.

Sit back and allow it to happen. Lets not piss the dude off. I'm actually really curious to see the rest.

OP, keep it coming. If you want to sell a poor man that Kiton belt cheap, may the karma gods shine on you.
post #119 of 227
I heard the Bijan store got robbed last month...
post #120 of 227
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I heard the Bijan store got robbed last month...

haha, that is comment of the year. finally getting us back on track over here
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