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post #16 of 24
My turn... Thank you J and Steve for this great site. Thanks also to the many "resident" and "occasional" contributors - suit lovers, shirt lovers, shoe lovers, socks(.) lovers, tie lovers, watch lovers and pen lovers. Have I missed out anyone??? The accumulated knowledge on this board is incredible.  I have learnt a lot here (and in the process spent more money...). So Thank you everyone for making me poorer but my life richer. Once upon a time, I thought Church makes the best (and most expensive) shoes in the world...
post #17 of 24
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Thank you J and Steve for this great site. The accumulated knowledge on this board is incredible.  
Hear.  Hear.
post #18 of 24
Excellent idea, I'd definitely throw some money down to benefit this site. If I may ask, what are the typical costs associated with running the Styleforum? We could even have an HOF thread to recognize the benefactors. On a side note, it's great to see that you are posting much much more than you did 6 months ago, J. When I first discovered this site, I wondered who the creator was. Why don't you tell us a little more about yourself; age, interests, fashion inspirations, favorite labels, career, education, and of course your own personal style. Maybe we'd even get lucky with a photo.
post #19 of 24
Thank you from me as well.  To the "reclusive" J for providing this forum.  To Steve for your moderating efforts.  And to the contributors who fill this place with a wealth of information. Scott
post #20 of 24
Yes, thanks to J for the forum - and thanks to Steve for moderating. I do alot of late-nite lurking, and not too much posting, but I *do* appreciate the informative nature and electic mix of personalities represented here. hmmm... I don't know if I need to see a picture of you though J, it might ruin the mystique... I'll buy you a six pack of PBR sometime.
post #21 of 24
The appreciation is long overdue. Thank you, J and Steve B., very much; this site is a welcome respite from daily toils, a great place for intelligent (and fun) conversation, and an incredible source of valuable information. I'd happily do what I can to ante up my two bits some day ("Hey FIHT, do you have two bits I can borrow? ).
post #22 of 24
thanks guys... drinks are on me if you ever visit new york city. On a side note, it's great to see that you are posting much much more than you did 6 months ago, J. When I first discovered this site, I wondered who the creator was. Why don't you tell us a little more about yourself; age, interests, fashion inspirations, favorite labels, career, education, and of course your own personal style. Maybe we'd even get lucky with a photo. [/quote] good idea VM. I think it would be even better to have that for each member, under the profile tab . . .friendster style. what do you think?
post #23 of 24
Hmmm- I'm planning NYC for the Collective... Don't worry, I can drink J.'s for him, too.
post #24 of 24
You have a herculean task ahead of you Steve. I don't think anyone can drink as much beer as J. (and still function in society) And I speak from personal experience.
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