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No your dad is not stupid at all. Sometimes, situation make you had to accept an hard work for low income. But if you are not silly, you do not live like that a very long time. You do like your father. You find a better job. My goal when I work = earn a maximum of money with a minimum of pain. I do not want to be a martyr of work, a stakhanovist, the best employee of week by Mc Donald. I did not work for glory or pleasure but for money. If salary is low I can not work.
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Ernest: I think that point that Steve B. Was trying to make by locking the thread was that the conversation should stop on the boards or at least on the Fashion category. Not that you should start another topic. For your own good (as a member here) you should take these issues to PM. JJF
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ernest, I locked the thread for a reason... Please cease and desist...
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Ernest: I think that point that Steve B. Was trying to make by locking the thread was that the conversation should stop on the boards or at least on the Fashion category.  Not that you should start another topic. For your own good (as a member here) you should take these issues to PM. JJF
You are right, I did a personal message to brice la malice. I write my message before the locking... Notice stevie agree with me.
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ernest, I locked the thread for a reason... Please cease and desist...
ok Nice to see you agreed with me.
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ernest I agree with the shame and guilt as motivators part, particularly when religion is infused into it. And spending your whole life working at a job you hate or doesn't pay well because society or someone else tells you to... But calling others stupid, and dissing Boss just to diss them- uh-uh. One more rebuttal post. Then I lock. Again.
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ernest I agree with the shame and guilt as motivators part, particularly when religion is infused into it. And spending your whole life working at a job you hate or doesn't pay well because society or someone else tells you to... But calling others stupid, and dissing Boss just to diss them- uh-uh. One more rebuttal post. Then I lock. Again.
Well, you do not think Boss is a like a "tourist*" trap based only on commercials? *Tourist in garment.
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(Steve B. @ 02 Sep. 2004, 11:34) ernest I agree with the shame and guilt as motivators part, particularly when religion is infused into it. And spending your whole life working at a job you hate or doesn't pay well because society or someone else tells you to... But calling others stupid, and dissing Boss just to diss them- uh-uh. One more rebuttal post. Then I lock. Again.
Well, you do not think Boss is a like a "tourist*" trap based only on commercials? *Tourist in garment.
Ernest... You wasted your ONE rebuttal on this? Do your thing Steve. JJF
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Originally Posted by Steve B.,02 Sep. 2004, 11:34
ernest I agree with the shame and guilt as motivators part, particularly when religion is infused into it. And spending your whole life working at a job you hate or doesn't pay well because society or someone else tells you to... But calling others stupid, and dissing Boss just to diss them- uh-uh. One more rebuttal post. Then I lock. Again.
Well, you do not think Boss is a like a "tourist*" trap based only on commercials? *Tourist in garment.
Ernest... You wasted your ONE rebuttal on this? Do your thing Steve. JJF
I just ask a question. If nobody can answer it is the same as locking.
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(ernest @ 02 Sep. 2004, 2:45)
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Originally Posted by Steve B.,02 Sep. 2004, 11:34
ernest I agree with the shame and guilt as motivators part, particularly when religion is infused into it. And spending your whole life working at a job you hate or doesn't pay well because society or someone else tells you to... But calling others stupid, and dissing Boss just to diss them- uh-uh. One more rebuttal post. Then I lock. Again.
Well, you do not think Boss is a like a "tourist*" trap based only on commercials? *Tourist in garment.
Ernest... You wasted your ONE rebuttal on this? Do your thing Steve. JJF
I checked your site. Rather nice. Where are your garment from? Coats?
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I checked your site. Rather nice. Where are your garment from? Coats?
Coats are made In Italy by Prandina. Glad you like the site. JJF
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(ernest @ 02 Sep. 2004, 2:55) I checked your site. Rather nice. Where are your garment from? Coats?
Coats are made In Italy by Prandina. Glad you like the site. JJF
Do they work for famous brands? Are suits fused?
post #13 of 15
Fair enough Ernest.  We have differing views but that's cool.  I'll leave the subject alone, before I feel the wrath of Steve JJF, I was at a high end menswear store and I could swear that there were ties from an Italian designer that were very similar to yours.  Is this possible or am I imagining things?  I am talking about the flower and paisley designs in the background with stripes overtop.
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JJF, I was at a high end menswear store and I could swear that there were ties from an Italian designer that were very similar to yours.  Is this possible or am I imagining things?  I am talking about the flower and paisley designs in the background with stripes overtop.
Anything is possible . Link it please. so I can know which you are talking about. Thanks. JJF
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Well at least you said something nice about Jon's site, you rascal...
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