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Originally Posted by silverwarebandit View Post


Can't decide is I like or hate this PRL. MoP cats eye buttons and probably too many details


PM'd, if M or L get at me.
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wiki
SYMS Corp was an off-price retail clothing store chain, founded by Sy Syms in 1958. Its headquarters was based in Secaucus, New Jersey, where it was incorporated in 1983.[citation needed] SYMS also owned Filene's Basement, which it acquired in June 2009.[citation needed]

On November 2, 2011, SYMS and Filene's Basement collectively filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. All SYMS and Filene's Basement stores were closed at the end of December 2011.
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Originally Posted by Bjorling View Post

Problems at Frenchy's Thrift Boutique

http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/israt-khan-frenchys-complaints-1.3352614

This chick might be clinically insane, but....


"CBC News repeatedly reached out to Khan for a response, but the store owner continued to reply by saying she would only give a response if she received $25,000."

^I respect her hustle here though.
post #23375 of 51448
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Originally Posted by Bjorling View Post

Problems at Frenchy's Thrift Boutique

http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/israt-khan-frenchys-complaints-1.3352614

What I wanna know is how u even found that story

Edit,I see ur from Toronto so you obviously Googled Frenchy and thrifting...lil creepy bro,not gonna lie
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Military guys - 

 

I found this piece of handiwork recently. It appears to mark the military service of Joe Lentini, while he was serving in Korea in '59-60. I don't know what it is beyond that, unless it was just a bit of carving and painting someone did to occupy free time?  It is wood, about 14" long, semi-ovoid at the handle end, tapering to a narrow round point and carved in a spiral.

 

What is it? What purpose might it have served?

 

 

 

 

 

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Doesn't this have 8 folds, not 7? Or do I need to go back to grammar school?



Edit: Just found the maker on the back of the material label. Roffe Accessories. Looks like Spoo sold one last month.
Edited by Van Veen - 12/14/15 at 8:33pm
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

What I wanna know is how u even found that story

Edit,I see ur from Toronto so you obviously Googled Frenchy and thrifting...lil creepy bro,not gonna lie

No googling required, it was front page of cbc.ca/news
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Some other stuff, but grabbed this pic in store. Upped my cardigan game.
Both NA
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I withdraw my accusation post haste
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Anybody want to see 100% vicuna overcoat? Thing is about 1/2 thick of pure vicuna "the best fabric known to man" I think it's the best interior label ever.
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Originally Posted by the2ndhandman View Post

Anybody want to see 100% vicuna overcoat? Thing is about 1/2 thick of pure vicuna "the best fabric known to man" I think it's the best interior label ever.

nah

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#trollcuna lol

 

you wanna post it, why make for begging?

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Originally Posted by Cj52racers View Post

Some other stuff, but grabbed this pic in store. Upped my cardigan game.
Both NA
 

Bro.. I heard you like cashmere, so heres cashmere, for cashmere and cashmere

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I passed on an LP Horsey coat that the consignment shop wanted way too much for. After handling it, I don't see what the fuss is over them. It definitely showed use...
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