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post #76 of 206
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post


Yes, he is a douche.
ok, glad im not just being an asshole. Nothing personal, but as soon as i hear anyone start assigning class levels, that speaks bundles of their character.

but back on track.....you know youre an SFer when a post that reads ... can be interpreted. wink.gif
post #77 of 206
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post #78 of 206
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Originally Posted by Melanzana View Post

Even the homeless don't wear used shoes

Do me a favor, go take a pair of your used shoes to your local shelter, and ask a homeless guy if he wants them. If he says no, he does not want them - then you can come back and post. If he shows you gratitude like you have never seen before, and you feel better for helping someone in need, then please shut up and never litter this forum with your ridiculous nonsense again. OK? What a ridiculous fucking comment.
post #79 of 206
Please tell me this guy is a troll and not actually this much of a tool. confused.gif
post #80 of 206
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Originally Posted by Melanzana View Post





I was simply describing the areas where these Sal Army stores are located. It seems like you're the sensitive one which tells me a lot about you.. Where do you think these places are located? In the middle of some exclusive shopping area? lol In fact, I was being very tackful and not referring to the area as the 'hood or semi slum. And only a silly boy would deny that there are classes. Even in the Soviet Union there were people at the top and many classes right down to the bottom proles.

 


if this is you being "tackful" (im assuming you meant tactful) then my first impression was right, you are an asshole. By referring to somewhere as low class you in turn seem to be referring to yourself as high class. Id take more time to tell you exactly how much of an asshole you are, but im too lazy to take my time to do a point by point lecture on your personality from your posts. Its pretty apparent, so ill save myself the time...blah blah. People like you just make me fucking sick.

and again...back on track..

you know youre an SFer when you know a poster from what he looks like from the neck down. I have no clue what Spoo looks like, but i guarantee you i could pick him out of a crowd when walking down the street in NY. fucking sad.
post #81 of 206
You dress really weird, but don't care as you think anonymous people from a chat room on the internet would approve.
post #82 of 206
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Originally Posted by DerekS View Post

I have no clue what Spoo looks like, but i guarantee you i could pick him out of a crowd when walking down the street in NY. fucking sad.

I would be the guy giving shoes to the homeless, while this troll up there would be laughing at him.
post #83 of 206
You schedule visits to your tailor around visiting trunk shows. (At least I plan to. Hopefully...)
post #84 of 206
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Originally Posted by Melanzana View Post





I'm glad you like your used shoes,that probably don't even fit, but I find used shoes tacky and insanitary. Before reading some comments here I wasn't even aware that people would buy used shoes.

I can recall from many years ago just in casual conversation that  one of my workers mentioned that another worker used to buy his ties at the Salvation Army and just thought that it was very odd. Sure, I guess you can just buy these and have them dry cleaned but I thought it really strange that he would go into some lower class area where the Sal Army has these stores just to buy a tie.

 


I did some tie shopping on eBay because I liked some old ones from the Met. Museum. But they were in immaculate condition. Your description is more or less accurate in describing thrift store locations in my area. Being mid-LI, the brand selection in general would suck. This is why I love eBay. Pictures and accurate descriptions...which if they are falsely written, result in a prompt paypal refund. Although I still use ebay for new with tags stuff, as used in general...bothers me.
post #85 of 206
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Originally Posted by Amelorn View Post

Your description is more or less accurate in describing thrift store locations in my area. Being mid-LI, the brand selection in general would suck.

I have had goldmines in Huntington/Northport.
post #86 of 206
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


I have had goldmines in Huntington/Northport.

Yes, but you're Spoo - The One and Only.
post #87 of 206
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post


Yes, but you're Spoo - The One and Only.

Not the last time I was there - I damn near wrassled a guy for a Loro Piana cashmere coat. It was $50. lol8[1].gif (I won though)
post #88 of 206
That's why you're Spoo - The One and Only. Us mere mortals can only aspire to your skills and finding t3h m4d d3415.
post #89 of 206
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Originally Posted by Melanzana View Post





I was simply describing the areas where these Sal Army stores are located. It seems like you're the sensitive one which tells me a lot about you.. Where do you think these places are located? In the middle of some exclusive shopping area? lol In fact, I was being very tackful and not referring to the area as the 'hood or semi slum. And only a silly boy would deny that there are classes. Even in the Soviet Union there were people at the top and many classes right down to the bottom proles.

 


Yes yes, very valid clothing tips I must add. Utterly wonderful. Is this debate a leftover from when you were in high school?

In the village of Hurbum near Tillet in Herts (UK), lives Lucy Lykes who owns the Cockwell Inn. The address is:

Lucy Lykes,
The Cockwell Inn,
Hurbum,
Tillet,
Herts.
HT24 7TJ

Thank you, thank you bigstar[1].gif
post #90 of 206
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I have had goldmines in Huntington/Northport.
I've had them in Shawnee Mission, the Upper East Side, various London shops, & in San Francisco.

While I don't buy used shoes -- although I do wear my some of my father's old shoes and I do donate my shoes when I no longer want them -- some of my favorite tailored pieces were picked up at used (vintage if you prefer) clothing stores. There is NOTHING wrong with used if it's a good piece in good condition. If it's good, it's good ... matters not if it was made for me at a cost of $5000 or I got it for $5 at Goodwill (an Oxford coat in a check that is perfect for Christmas Eve). My very favorite coat is a Kiton in a tweed of grass green with an electric blue windowpane ... picked up at Good Byes in S.F.

And that's coming from someone who has more Savile Row bespoke than he cares to admit. Although some time back a hint was dropped.
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