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Iammatt is in there as well (or itsstillmatt)

to the left of bradford?
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I enjoyed meeting the vendors and having a chance to have an in-depth conversations with them about their businesses, products, trends, etc. All in all, extremely nice people too. Passionate about their products, great stories about travel, quality details and sourcing, very connected with their customers - true entrepreneurs. I love that!
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I enjoyed meeting the vendors and having a chance to have an in-depth conversations with them about their businesses, products, trends, etc. All in all, extremely nice people too. Passionate about their products, great stories about travel, quality details and sourcing, very connected with their customers - true entrepreneurs. I love that!

Thanks Gus.

Now, more embarassing pictures so that we can annoint someone with some new Panta gear. C'mon now, you'll sell yourself for pants. I know that I have.
post #859 of 951
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Iammatt is in there as well (or itsstillmatt)
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

to the left of bradford?

Yep, that's him.

So glad I was caught mid-swig smile.gif
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Now, more embarassing pictures so that we can annoint someone with some new Panta gear. C'mon now, you'll sell yourself for pants. I know that I have.
Someone once made me wear an 80's flowery shirt, a Miami Vice pastel sport coat, dark pants that were unhemmed, and full brogue wingtip boots w/ storm welts, in chestnut.

This was not in my childhood, but as a grown man. In the daylight hours, I get shivers remembering it. And in the dark, I have nightmares.

True story. Yes, there are even pictures of this horror. :shiver:
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I've lost so much weight that nothing fits. Not even closely. And I've lost so much if I altered everything dramatically it wouldn't help because nothing would sit right, pockets too close etc.

ON TOP OF THAT... (and here's the real sob story by SF standards).... It has been so long since I bought clothing I don't even know what sizes I should wear in anything other than shoes.

Also I am too poor to either buy stuff or have everything altered. And I don't own that much in clothing anyway.
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Someone once made me wear an 80's flowery shirt, a Miami Vice pastel sport coat, dark pants that were unhemmed, and full brogue wingtip boots w/ storm welts, in chestnut.
This was not in my childhood, but as a grown man. In the daylight hours, I get shivers remembering it. And in the dark, I have nightmares.
True story. Yes, there are even pictures of this horror. :shiver:

It turned out fucking awesome. Sort of Scarface reads Nick Wooster's blog. So, way cooler than Nick Wooster. Sorry Mark, huge fail.
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BTW, Fok, if members took it upon themselves to organize an East Coast version, would SF sanction it?
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i think the dude on the phone is urban composition.

and isn't that comrade in deep conversation with mark and mark?
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Originally Posted by emptym View Post

Someone once made me wear an 80's flowery shirt, a Miami Vice pastel sport coat, dark pants that were unhemmed, and full brogue wingtip boots w/ storm welts, in chestnut.
This was not in my childhood, but as a grown man. In the daylight hours, I get shivers remembering it. And in the dark, I have nightmares.
True story. Yes, there are even pictures of this horror. :shiver:

isn't that your regular duds in the university? biggrin.gif
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BTW, Fok, if members took it upon themselves to organize an East Coast version, would SF sanction it?

how 'bout an azn one?
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BTW, Fok, if members took it upon themselves to organize an East Coast version, would SF sanction it?

Maybe. It would have to meet our standards set for the first, and honestly, we couldn't put up the cash for it, for an official imprimatur.
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BTW, Fok, if members took it upon themselves to organize an East Coast version, would SF sanction it?
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how 'bout an azn one?

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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

Maybe. It would have to meet our standards set for the first, and honestly, we couldn't put up the cash for it, for an official imprimatur.

Could list the standards?
How much money (ballpark) did you have to spend?
By endorse I just meant "officially recognize but not necessarily contribute other resources than promotion".
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Could list the standards?

Well, there are many requirements. Not the least of these is that the venue must be cetacean-friendly.
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Could list the standards?
How much money (ballpark) did you have to spend?
By endorse I just meant "officially recognize but not necessarily contribute other resources than promotion".

I'll PM you.

Cheers,

Fok.
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