Originally Posted by [Rye GB
NOTE:[/] R & R Guy. Come back tomorrow, I'd be interested to see your other fit's, but I have to say that anyone who own's "anything" by R & R probably doesn't fit in with the aesthetic here, R & R is just a poor and thoughtless acquisition of a brand with a tacky aesthetic supported by a successful marketing campaign targeting brainless idiots with a thirst to look like a gormless Hollywood stereotype, very reflective of the intellect and taste level of the consumer.
Wow – interesting. And you got your PhD in psychology from what university?