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post #16 of 22
I'm a complete fake. I have been lying since day one. Everything I wrote has been 100% false. In reality I hate clothes, hate the sartorial art, and especially, I hate, Hate, HATE watches, of any kind...horrible mechanical creations. Jon. As well, I am really a billionaire, but don't tell anyone.
post #17 of 22
For now this one will stay open, so long as there's no further conjecture about a certain member's truthfulness or identity...
post #18 of 22
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For now this one will stay open, so long as there's no further conjecture about a certain member's truthfulness or identity...
None. Jon.
post #19 of 22
I as well adhere to my ideal of what constitutes a perfect look. I would not cringe at wearing full dandyish 19th century attire for a formal event. On the basis of my choice. Or Huntsman with full on Etro with a Versace Baroque tie, and blue chisel toed Berluti's.
post #20 of 22
Anyone can live vicariously through the internet. There will undoubtedly be some members who aren't representing themselves truthfully in their posts, but that is of no concern or consequence to me. I'll never understand why some people get so wrapped up in it (both the liar and those that hunt for the liars). Proving what one says here is true is a slim possibility at best being that few, if any of us have met in real life. We are not friends here, and I'm not concerned at all about the person behind the post, just the information in the post itself.
post #21 of 22
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I'm not concerned at all about the person behind the post, just the information in the post itself.
Yes, but the Internet is just another media outlet, and for all media outlets you need to know the integrity and built-in bias of the person (i.e., the author or editor) who is presenting to you the information in the post (i.e., the newscast or newspaper article). Unfortunately, the anonymity and faux personalities make a lot of the information on the Internet just heavily biased misinformation. You have to be an astute reader to read between the lines and understand what is truly going on or truly NOT being said. In short, the truth is infrequently uttered and it's hard to tell when you've found it or not. But, the Internet is here to stay -- and I'm glad.
post #22 of 22
I wouldn't take the time to post if I wasn't for real. Not enough free time to be full of sh**.
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