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Forgot how much people like rare Aldens, listed a few pairs I kept for sole reason that they were rare. Feels really good selling them as I hadn't worn them in years. As @nicelynice says always cool stuff around the corner.

I guessed that e-bay username would be you. happy.gif
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Man I fell for the hype and preordered the jet black iPhone. Hopefully there is no "blank gate" with this model

Jet black looks awesome. I kind of regret preordering the matte black. Just didn't know if I could handle all the scratches/fingerprints.
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Dan Bilzerian

A little too alpha-bro for me, but to each his own.

The reason I made the post in this thread is that; he is a designer, he looks like he's wearing the clothes that he designed, and the pretty women in his post are also wearing the clothes that he designed.

Also, he looks great in his clothes, much better than I imagine most people would look in his clothes.
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So, I brought a primaloft bomber to the dry cleaners, they told me it would be taken care of, when I got it back, the down has thinned considerably and the jacket has lost its shape. Is there anything I can do about it? Is the jacket ruined?

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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

Man I fell for the hype and preordered the jet black iPhone. Hopefully there is no "blank gate" with this model

At least it probably won't actually explode into flames, unlike the in Samsung Galaxy...

 

http://abc7news.com/technology/faa-issues-warning-against-using-samsung-galaxy-note-7-on-airplanes/1504383/

 

How do you QA/QC for spontaneous combustion?

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So, I brought a primaloft bomber to the dry cleaners, they told me it would be taken care of, when I got it back, the down has thinned considerably and the jacket has lost its shape. Is there anything I can do about it? Is the jacket ruined?

Tumble dry it with a tennisball in a duvet cover.
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with both in a duvet cover or just the tennis ball?

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I would just put the jacket in and on low heat.

Remember to to zip the zippers
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BoO...hoo

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Dan Bilzerian
Gross. Also all that stuff about his poker money and lifestyle laundering his dad's dirty money? Even worse
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Living the American dream.

Also - what's with the people (individuals, not stores) on groiled with 100s of sales? That's an astonishing level of purchasing- feels even dirtier than Dan Bilzerian's house on a Monday morning
Edited by msg - 9/10/16 at 2:55pm
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I think that I argued this point when they started up in NYC.  

I think that the problem is a very old one.  Jill Wenger moved to NYC, lost touch with the customers who made her in the first place, immersed herself too deeply in the "fashion world", and started to drink her own koolaid.  There is a very real danger in the myopia that comes from being too ensconced in any community (I was in academia for many years, and saw this over and over again).  You start to accept its judgements as valid and its values as your own.  My theory is that it's because you accept the language, but that is just my theory.  (It's also why I regularly refuse to speak in either "fashion" or "tech", and make people explain things to me using zero acronyms or "trade phrases.")

You're indeed right (maor factor) structuring your thinking. Look at academememia, I see major idiots who never had an original idea in their life fake it forever just that way.
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Gross. Also all that stuff about his poker money and lifestyle laundering his dad's dirty money? Even worse

 

I thought msg was trolling

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You're indeed right (maor factor) structuring your thinking. Look at academememia, I see major idiots who never had an original idea in their life fake it forever just that way.

Faking it is not nearly as dangerous as believing your own bullshit and the bullshit of boosters and yes-men.  Also, I've never heard the term academememia, but I like it!

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I thought msg was trolling

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