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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

I know which store ur at...

Not there now. Had a 45 min gap between clients and was 5 mins away. Try to bump into you next time
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Originally Posted by Nobleprofessor View Post

oh shit.  I'm sorry to hear about your bathroom.   What happened?  Plumbing failure or flooding like rain/rivers, etc?  Anything covered by insurance? 

If its an insurance issue, don't take the insurance company's opinion without confirming it.   They must provide a denial of coverage in writing and there are a number of legal hurdles/traps that could snag them.   

Haven't explored the insurance option, yet. Just got a quote from the guy we trust who has been working on the in law's property. One of the shower wasn't done properly. There was massive leak in the pipes and water damage done to the surrounding beams. Gonna look into our coverage. Thanks.
post #23583 of 51252
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Originally Posted by borbor View Post

Not there now. Had a 45 min gap between clients and was 5 mins away. Try to bump into you next time

I was there last night saw them.fyi i posted those a week ago nobody knew what they were.they had a crockett vibe but who knows.nice shoes though.
post #23584 of 51252
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

Haven't explored the insurance option, yet. Just got a quote from the guy we trust who has been working on the in law's property. One of the shower wasn't done properly. There was massive leak in the pipes and water damage done to the surrounding beams. Gonna look into our coverage. Thanks.

The insurance will not pay for repairs to the faulty shower installation, BUT should pay for the "consequential damages" due to a water leak which affect the rest of the house.
post #23585 of 51252
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post

I was there last night saw them.fyi i posted those a week ago nobody knew what they were.they had a crockett vibe but who knows.nice shoes though.

Word.

I don't have enough makers knowledge to yell from the font used, but suede jodhpurs filled two holes in my rotation. Not bad trying out suede for the first time. Won't pay that if it was for floppy talk though.
post #23586 of 51252
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

Leather blank varsity jacket. worth a pickup?


What size and price? If a medium/not huge large, I'd be very interested in a proxy.
XL, sorry. I kopped. Definitely available.
post #23587 of 51252
Popped john lobbs 😂



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Big shoutout to my secret santa. You went true secret , and im not really sure about your username here! But i saw texas and i was mad hype, sick ties, ben silvers, bizzochis, landsends rag and bone and rlpl and more!thank you so much, exactly what i was looking for.

And sorry org! I dont think the suit fits you:( but it was the most vintagey thing i had around your size
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PRL navy glen plaid with blue overcheck made my day. I've wanted a glen plaid for like 3 years now but never wanted to pay full price, and glen plaid usually goes for $$$ on eBay.

Another Cremieux shirt for me as well (these are always cheap and on sale) and a nice cashmere made in Italy sweater.

Cashwool overcoat (40R) has a few pockmarks but was way too cheap to pass up.

Everything else is available.
post #23590 of 51252
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Originally Posted by borbor View Post

Popped john lobbs 😂



who the hell do they think there fooling. Lobb pants come on they'll fake anything nowadays
post #23591 of 51252
That's a lot of work faking that shit. Buttons, rivets the whole works.
post #23592 of 51252
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post


Haven't explored the insurance option, yet. Just got a quote from the guy we trust who has been working on the in law's property. One of the shower wasn't done properly. There was massive leak in the pipes and water damage done to the surrounding beams. Gonna look into our coverage. Thanks.


Maybe wait until after the new year if possible so your deductible is for more than 2 weeks.

post #23593 of 51252

Yo, anyone looking for a Barbour Jacket in a small? Not my listing:

 

https://www.webthriftstore.com/products/barbour-mustard-quilted-jacket-size-s/34535

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How's sizing on Barbour? I've read they run pretty large.
post #23595 of 51252
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Another one? I think Nataku found one, before they were publicly available...

 

Work present I won't use, so I'd like to pass it on to someone who will.

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