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post #16 of 21
Especially when he's got to leave his real job in his real office in the middle of a work day to ASSume another identity. Emphasis on ASS mine of course. Perhaps we should post real name, phone contact info, bosses' phone contact info, etc. Wouldn't that be fun???
post #17 of 21
What about the original thread where Darre is responsible for all of this by first coming out and accusing this tailor of being a hack? Did that also get deleted or censored? It seems unfair to expect Mahon not to respond when somebody makes these accustations. And, as I recall, Darren didn't even take back his original accusations.
post #18 of 21
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What about the original thread where Darre is responsible for all of this by first coming out and accusing this tailor of being a hack? Did that also get deleted or censored? It seems unfair to expect Mahon not to respond when somebody makes these accustations. And, as I recall, Darren didn't even take back his original accusations.
I don't think anyone is excusing Darren Beaman for what he did. The difference is, we're hopeful that the mud flinging stops.
post #19 of 21
Esquire; I wasn't referring to the Beaman/Mahon controversy, but to the multiple personality posting disorder...
post #20 of 21
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I don't think anyone is excusing Darren Beaman for what he did. The difference is, we're hopeful that the mud flinging stops.
Tailors, sheesh. Why don't we bring up two "mediators", get the two (or more?) parties into a locked, windowless room, and "mediate" the situation? That's how things used to be done down the "Row". Best Marlon Brando impression: "It makes no difference to me what a man does for a living, understand." to Sollozo
post #21 of 21
Or, they could have a tailor competition, the sartorial equivalent of a dance off you saw in all those cheesy 80s MTV videos, at the gathering of forum members. At the end, we would judge on the fit, drape, etc.. to determine the winner.
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