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Depending what your looking for, bang for your buck I have not been able to find a better deal then these

 

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EZE7ELK/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

 

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Listen to Brian. Excellent advice! Z-racks are the only way to go. They will hold up to 400 lbs. easily. Depending on what part of ATL you reside in, you can pick them up at either Stamps or Dawson Jones. Both sell them for $55 each. They come in a box for easy transport and are VERY easy to assemble.

 

Heh - the perennial garment rack discussion.  :D

 

I've always been a "want it now" person so bought from BB&B, and they suited me fine insofar as weight and capacity.  Stamps is only open weekdays, though I have ordered other stuff from them.  BUT I see that Dawson Jones is now going to be open on Saturdays starting tomorrow!  I may have to haul my butt down there and check 'em out.

 

Thx!

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Heh - the perennial garment rack discussion.  :D

 

I've always been a "want it now" person so bought from BB&B, and they suited me fine insofar as weight and capacity.  Stamps is only open weekdays, though I have ordered other stuff from them.  BUT I see that Dawson Jones is now going to be open on Saturdays starting tomorrow!  I may have to haul my butt down there and check 'em out.

 

Thx!

While you are there, check out their selection of used fixtures as well. I picked up some great modular racks for $25 each.

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Heh - the perennial garment rack discussion.  :D

 

 

 

Is it a perennial discussion, or an annual discussion?   Oh look.... a puppy!

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Is it a perennial discussion, or an annual discussion?

Better check with @capnwes.
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Damn. That still stings. Great memory on that fella @theneedmachine I tell ya.
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Damn. That still stings. Great memory on that fella @theneedmachine I tell ya.

 

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Better check with @capnwes.

 

 

For those that don't know/remember. My least profitable thrift purchase of 2015. Basically cleared the clearance rack at Lowes of all the annual plants. They were pretty fugly already, but we figured they would come back nice the next year.  The cashier must have had a good laugh after we left with all those hopelessly (and permanently) dead plants.

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Sent something, USPS marked as delivered, buyer contacted to say item was not delivered. 

 

I sent it to the Paypal address which the buyer verified was correct. I'm covered, yeah? Do I call ebay? What do I tell my buyer?

 

I'm assuming I'll call ebay and they'll issue a refund for the item lost via USPS? The item was <$50 and sent via Priority Mail, so iirc I'm also insured?

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Damn. That still stings. Great memory on that fella @theneedmachine I tell ya.

I've got a mind like a sieve.
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Sent something, USPS marked as delivered, buyer contacted to say item was not delivered. 

 

I sent it to the Paypal address which the buyer verified was correct. I'm covered, yeah? Do I call ebay? What do I tell my buyer?

 

I'm assuming I'll call ebay and they'll issue a refund for the item lost via USPS? The item was <$50 and sent via Priority Mail, so iirc I'm also insured?

Not exactly, if a case is open on ebay/paypal and you shipped to address marked you win the case. Paypal is not going to pay out money. The buyer can take it up with USPS but again if it shows scanned delivered then USPS not that easy to convince they screwed up. Either way you are not responsible if you shipped to correct address and it shows delivered online.

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Not exactly, if a case is open on ebay/paypal and you shipped to address marked you win the case. Paypal is not going to pay out money. The buyer can take it up with USPS but again if it shows scanned delivered then USPS not that easy to convince they screwed up. Either way you are not responsible if you shipped to correct address and it shows delivered online.

 

Gotcha. Sucks that there isn't a easy or good resolution for my buyer. Thanks Brian!

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Anyone have any experience with Louboutins? The size is completely gone and I'm having trouble sizing

Edited by kbadgley84 - 9/30/16 at 8:32pm
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Can anyone ID the maker? It's a Ben Silver tie.

 

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Anyone have any experience with Louboutins? The size is completely gone and I'm having trouble sizing

Def looks too small for me, so for starters, they are smaller than a mens 11

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Can anyone ID the maker? It's a Ben Silver tie.

 

Seaward & Stearn

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Thanks!

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