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Kansas?  Who is in Kansas?  

Phil Ehart
Rich Williams
Billy Greer
David Ragsdale
David Manion
Ronnie Platt
post #19727 of 51019
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Phil Ehart
Rich Williams
Billy Greer
David Ragsdale
David Manion
Ronnie Platt

Thanks for the laugh.

I wasn't referring to that Kansas.
post #19728 of 51019

Good...

 

Really good...

post #19729 of 51019

Wow Impuntra that's like highway robbery. Is the burb in good shape and up for trade?

post #19730 of 51019
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Phil Ehart
Rich Williams
Billy Greer
David Ragsdale
David Manion
Ronnie Platt

 

I didn't know there were other forum members in Kansas.  Or if I did, I have forgotten.  

post #19731 of 51019
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Really good...


That label seems off to me. The kerning of letters seems a bit off.
post #19732 of 51019

Well, if everyone else is doing it:

 

To whoever drew my name (Click to show)
My sizes and measurements are in my profile but I'm into SW&D stuff. Slim-fitting stuff for the most part. Not sure if that helps at all. I like accessories and shit. Wallets, keychains, etc. I'm open to whatever, though! I like to see what other people think other people rock.
post #19733 of 51019
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That label seems off to me. The kerning of letters seems a bit off.

Its legit, i have a real one around my neck to compare it too.

post #19734 of 51019

Update on my long thriftcation planning. Since I won't be driving, I am looking for a city with great public transportation system for a man carrying a huge bag of thrifted stuff, and a city with nice locals who won't try to jump on and rob the said man. More importantly, I am looking a city that can give me the elusive thriftening experience. I am talking about Kiton, Attolini, Loro Piana, gator vest, vicuna pillows and stuff. Here are the cities I've narrowed down to, and if you live there, you can't dissuade me :p

 

- Chicago

- Seattle

- Washington DC

post #19735 of 51019
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Update on my long thriftcation planning. Since I won't be driving, I am looking for a city with great public transportation system for a man carrying a huge bag of thrifted stuff, and a city with nice locals who won't try to jump on and rob the said man. More importantly, I am looking a city that can give me the elusive thriftening experience. I am talking about Kiton, Attolini, Loro Piana, gator vest, vicuna pillows and stuff. Here are the cities I've narrowed down to, and if you live there, you can't dissuade me :p

 

- Chicago

- Seattle

- Washington DC

You want a blowjob on arrival too?

post #19736 of 51019

Hi Gents

 

Just curious to know if this thread is exclusively meant for thrifted items or are items procured (new or otherwise) at a deep discount from atypical sources ok?  I do my share of traditional thrifting, but I also source nwt or gently used items from consigners and other means.  Today's haul (for example) include  two gorgeous NWT Belvest sc's.  


Edited by colco - 11/9/15 at 8:30am
post #19737 of 51019
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post
 

Its legit, i have a real one around my neck to compare it too.

 

 

Maybe so. I would think a company could hire a designer to do their logo rather than a ten year old using MS Office.

post #19738 of 51019
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Originally Posted by colco View Post
 

Hi Gents

 

Just curious to know if this thread is exclusively meant for thrifted items or are items procured (new or otherwise) at a deep discount from atypical sources ok?  I do my share of traditional thrifting, but I also source nwt or gently used items from consigners and other means.  Today's haul (for example) include Chrsitian Kimber for Eidos trainers Eidos hopsack Nonino trousers and two gorgeous NWT Belvest sc's.  

 

Discount store pick ups surely count!

post #19739 of 51019

@colco your discount finds are welcome here, name of the thread includes it. bring it on!

post #19740 of 51019
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Maybe so. I would think a company could hire a designer to do their logo rather than a ten year old using MS Office.

You would think wrong here is one with receipt....

No offence but stick to fleece and camping stuff

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