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post #61 of 231
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Originally Posted by Will View Post
You beat me to it. The shirts deserve better, even if their quality is unknowable.

But how can we judge, when the quality of even the hangers is unknowable?
post #62 of 231
I want to pat myself on the back for staying out of this fray.
post #63 of 231
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

As to your picture, the shirts look great. But it's impossible to tell from a picture at that distance. How can we judge fabric, feel, etc.?

Just touch the screen. After all, it's a Kabbaz.
post #64 of 231
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
I want to pat myself on the back for staying out of this fray.

Manton has become quite the instigator in the past few months.
post #65 of 231
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
I want to pat myself on the back for staying out of this fray.


You are conspicuous by your absence.

Some of us feel you are a shill for the esteemed Ms. Anna Matuozzo, as is a certain unnamed young law student.

But there are many Kabbaz shills, so there's no injustice.
post #66 of 231
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post
You are conspicuous by your absence.

Some of us feel you are a shill for the esteemed Ms. Anna Matuozzo, as is a certain unnamed young law student.

But there are many Kabbaz shills, so there's no injustice.
I am a shill only for myself and my own inanity.
post #67 of 231
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
I want to pat myself on the back for staying out of this fray.

fray does make a decent shirt ya know.
post #68 of 231
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
I am a shill only for myself and my own inanity.

Can you prove it?
post #69 of 231
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
I am a shill only for myself and my own inanity.

Aha, got you to post

Matt, this thread is inane, You are not.
post #70 of 231
So what?
post #71 of 231
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Originally Posted by AlanC View Post
How can I know those are Kabbaz shirts? The cheap paper covered hangers seem deliberately used to hide the interior label.

That is the interior label. I know - tacky tacky tacky.
post #72 of 231
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red View Post
So what?

Use the closest poll selection, "who cares?" would work.
post #73 of 231
I can't tell anything from that crappy pic.
post #74 of 231
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Originally Posted by LSeca View Post
Use the closest poll selection, "who cares?" would work.

I did before I posted. My point is that in five pages, there's scarcely even a tidbit of useful information. If Manton had any interest at all in actually discussing the relative merits of Kabbaz shirts (which might actually be a productive and informative discussion for a change), he would approach the subject as something other than blatant trolling.

The fact is that every discussion of Kabbaz shirts devolves into a petty political shitstorm with an overwhelming dearth of objective information.

In this case, "so what?" is subtly different from "who cares?".
post #75 of 231
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The fact is that every discussion of Kabbaz shirts devolves into a petty political shitstorm with an overwhelming dearth of objective information.

Have to agree. No closeup shots or erudite discussion of the shirt construction.
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