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And yet according to Fok on SF, it's the CM side that drives B&S. Arguably, the guys buying that stuff probably have higher income and more money to spend, like how your average iron man amateur earns $300k in their day job: expensive hobby. But they're also peculiar about how they like to shop. For that crowd browsing Grailed might be like taking your grandfather to a wu-tang show

Cappadonna has two grandkids 

post #9212 of 13881
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Yes, San Francisco is a great place to meet people from all rich walks of life.

Perfect place to meet whites and asians from all walks of computer programing life? There's also Mr. Moo if you want to dadmeet. Not sure where the uncle-nephew thing happens though, that must be the place.
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Dadmeat.
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Does anybody here have any experience with Mittan? Some of this stuff looks awesome.

http://www.ateliersolarshop.be/category/mittan-clothing-accessories

The double faced cardigan and kimono coat. The indigo band collar too.
post #9215 of 13881
In the near future ill just go full Virgin Islands, work out even more, wear less clothing....I mean it all solves itself
post #9216 of 13881
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They've said in a few different interviews that the average sale price is $150, that's definitely much more supreme than HL. At least they're working on a way to make offers "binding" although I do t see how it would make a huge difference in flakes. And what is the total fee on grailed now? 9.5?

 

The fact that there's no binding offers has led to a culture of people sending reasonable and lowball offers just to "test the water", though. I've seen tons of people send offers, get them accepted, and then either never go through or offer again at a lower price. The fact that the site makes this possible by not having binding offers is easily my biggest pet peeve about them. I think the fees total 10% now. 

post #9217 of 13881
@RegisDB9 Make a bunch of sarongs out of your worn out MMM and drink painkillers all day.
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@RegisDB9 Make a bunch of sarongs out of your worn out MMM and drink painkillers all day.

You have out Margielad me man. Replica 1950's South Pacific Sarong ....made from Replica Dinner Shirts

I was thinking more of this while walking around Tortola before heading to Jost van Dyke for said painkiller and conch




..Although a lot of people are immediately disappointed when you take down the pistol with a virgin drink
post #9219 of 13881
always liked that photo. in havana we stayed in a particular, the old guy opposite invited us in for coffee and his entire wardrobe consisted of two white suits, both lovingly patched up, he looked great. definitely the way to go
post #9220 of 13881
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always liked that photo. in havana we stayed in a particular, the old guy opposite invited us in for coffee and his entire wardrobe consisted of two white suits, both lovingly patched up, he looked great. definitely the way to go

Usually you can see a couple guys in white suits, big cigars, and white oxfords around and they will take pictures with people. I have to be the only Cuban in South Florida who would rather go to any other island in the Caribbean though haha

Really glad that its being opened up to the US
post #9221 of 13881
CM stuff sells way better and more easily outside of here too. I'd imagine that people like @SpooPoker do much more and easier CM business on e-bay too. It's also easier to sort via sizing and people tend to know what they want. And they pay.
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Perfect place to meet whites and asians from all walks of computer programing life? There's also Mr. Moo if you want to dadmeet. Not sure where the uncle-nephew thing happens though, that must be the place.

Ha, you beat me to it. When I saw "diversity" I was thinking like, white techbros and asian techbros and some foreign techbros?
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Not everyone in SF is a techbro, you guys.

There's rancid smelling bums.

And degenerate vagrants.

And skeezy homeless.

And gross shemale prostitutes.

I could go on, but there really is more to the city than just hipster techbros, VC firm uberdouches, and baristas.
post #9224 of 13881
There's also a lot of people who think their large village is a city.
post #9225 of 13881
out of the 350 largest cities in the country, san francisco's industry diversity rank is 325. so uh...
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