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Originally Posted by silverwarebandit View Post

No, this was in a pretty bad part of town. I've seen dealers and hookers around here plenty of times, but I had to call the cops recently because I saw someone getting strangled a block away.

jompso aquiring grails...I kid I kid
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I've been held up at gunpoint, and witness to shootings. This city is messed up.
post #25203 of 51003

Couple juicy NWT pieces from my backlog. Discounted, but so sooo cheap.

 

 

This thing fits me so well... So damn nice... But alas, I rarely wear sport coats these days.

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This thing also fits me really nice... and is super nice... But I already have like 4 peacoats lol.

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:) 

post #25204 of 51003
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Originally Posted by silverwarebandit View Post

I've been held up at gunpoint, and witness to shootings. This city is messed up.

 

Holy shit. Is it bad of me to say brodeetz?! I hope that's not another member trying to achieve eazy grails to brag on here afterwards...:uhoh:

 

You can PM me with the deetz if you want...:embar:

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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post


jompso aquiring grails...I kid I kid

I know it's not nice to laugh at someone else's expense but I really bursted out in laffter on this one! Sorri!

post #25205 of 51003
Franziskaner Weisbier!!!
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Originally Posted by Tyrone MacStiophain View Post

Franziskaner Weisbier!!!

 

Ooh yeah. One of my favorites. Also Paulaner Hefe, Weihenstephaner and Erdinger!

post #25207 of 51003
PSA, my bros.

Berg & Berg is having its winter sale. Not well known here but they do some nice ties. They have some very high quality staples at some very decent prices: e.g., Hand rolled 4 fold cashmere ties in blue for under $50. That's good enough it might bump some things from my rotation which would sell for a lot more. But they're going pretty fast.

Spend $250 you get free shipping.

http://bergbergstore.com/
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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

PSA, my bros.

Berg & Berg is having its winter sale. Not well known here but they do some nice ties. They have some very high quality staples at some very decent prices: e.g., Hand rolled 4 fold cashmere ties in blue for under $50. That's good enough it might bump some things from my rotation which would sell for a lot more. But they're going pretty fast.

Spend $250 you get free shipping.

http://bergbergstore.com/

They have some awesome offerings. I wish the ties were a little longer and slightly wider. I think they would be too skinny in the knot area for me.
post #25209 of 51003
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

Does anybody remember what the good Valentino line is? Was it the boutique ?

Not sure if this was answered but currently it's Valentino Tailoring, a lot of it is made by Isaia. I think couture is the older stuff that was good....at least it was Patrick Bateman's choice of suit.

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Originally Posted by GMMcL View Post

PSA, my bros.

Berg & Berg is having its winter sale. Not well known here but they do some nice ties. They have some very high quality staples at some very decent prices: e.g., Hand rolled 4 fold cashmere ties in blue for under $50. That's good enough it might bump some things from my rotation which would sell for a lot more. But they're going pretty fast.

Spend $250 you get free shipping.

http://bergbergstore.com/

co-sign Berg & Berg is makes gorgeous ties and a lot of great other stuff as well.

post #25211 of 51003
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Originally Posted by impuntura View Post


jompso aquiring grails...I kid I kid

Sometimes just gotta do what you gotta do...

post #25212 of 51003
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Originally Posted by Bahljs View Post
 

No problem dude, my girlfriend's entire family are beer snobs, and I have tried some other things, but I'm super content with good ole' Bud Heavy. Each and every time. Probably some sentimental value in it, as weird as that sounds. 

 

Not a huge beer drinker, but a six-pack of bud heavies is the perfect compliment to a case of clays and a case of shells. Couple each for my dad and I, one for the bulldog, and one that definitely doesn't go to my 19-year-old brother.

post #25213 of 51003
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Originally Posted by Jompso View Post

Sometimes just gotta do what you gotta do...

I have strangled a few people and kicked a cart ot two.
post #25214 of 51003
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Originally Posted by Nobleprofessor View Post
 

 

I'm not much of a beer drinker -- I prefer bourbon or gin.  I am sort of a wimp when it comes to beer.  I like wheat beers and nice boring beers like Miller Lite.  BUT,  my father is a beer savant or at least a connoisseur.   He says the two greatest beers in the world are Pilsner Urquell and Chimay Ale.

If your Dad likes Chimay tell him to hunt out some Orval, similar but better IMHO.

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Hi everyone,

 

My first post on the board and I have just got into some thrifting. I must have read through 1000+ posts so far and I have learned a lot! Below are a pair of Allen Edmonds that I ran into this week. Too bad they don't fit! 

 

 

 

 

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