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post #16 of 23
Trademark infringement trademark infringement, call the lawyers......... NOTE: For the love of God I am kidding, I am kidding... no plans to use a remotely equine logo.
post #17 of 23
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the urban youth market can hardly purchase RLPL items, now can they? Jon.
Jay-Z would like a word with you.
post #18 of 23
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(imageWIS @ Feb. 13 2005,12:38) the urban youth market can hardly purchase RLPL items, now can they? Jon.
Jay-Z would like a word with you.
20 young rappers hardly make up the entire youth market, do they? Jon.
post #19 of 23
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(orbitingio @ Feb. 14 2005,09:38)
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,Feb. 13 2005,12:38
the urban youth market can hardly purchase RLPL items, now can they? Jon.
Jay-Z would like a word with you.
20 young rappers hardly make up the entire youth market, do they? Jon.
I don't know. Do 20 crotchety old white dudes make up the entire geriatric market?
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(imageWIS @ Feb. 14 2005,06:40)
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Originally Posted by orbitingio,Feb. 14 2005,09:38
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,Feb. 13 2005,12:38
the urban youth market can hardly purchase RLPL items, now can they? Jon.
Jay-Z would like a word with you.
20 young rappers hardly make up the entire youth market, do they? Jon.
I don't know.  Do 20 crotchety old white dudes make up the entire geriatric market?
Before this degenerates into a sociological and racial war I want to make perfectly clear that when I referred to RL's predominance in the urban youth market I was comenting only on marketing strategy with no insult intended toward any target market. It is a viable strategy - producing lower quality items to make their pricepoint accessible to a large target group with emphasis on the logo and brand recognition. I'm simply saying that I love what RL does on the high end and would love to see them focus more attention there. He needs to make a flame resistant kevlar line just for forum goers
post #21 of 23
sidetrack: Was Jay-Z wearing RLPL at the grammy's last night? I couldn't find a picture with his coat on, here's one at the afterparty. I instantly thought RLPL (probably because he was wearing a purple tie and purple shirt), but still, that would be a cool coincidence.
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sidetrack: Was Jay-Z wearing RLPL at the grammy's last night? I couldn't find a picture with his coat on, here's one at the afterparty. I instantly thought RLPL (probably because he was wearing a purple tie and purple shirt), but still, that would be a cool coincidence.
I dont really care what Jay-Z is wearing with Beyonce right there like that... BTW, you can thank Cam'Ron for making purple the new pink in hip-hop culture.
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(orbitingio @ Feb. 14 2005,07:30)
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,Feb. 14 2005,06:40
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Originally Posted by orbitingio,Feb. 14 2005,09:38
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,Feb. 13 2005,12:38
the urban youth market can hardly purchase RLPL items, now can they? Jon.
Jay-Z would like a word with you.
20 young rappers hardly make up the entire youth market, do they? Jon.
I don't know. Do 20 crotchety old white dudes make up the entire geriatric market?
Before this degenerates into a sociological and racial war I want to make perfectly clear that when I referred to RL's predominance in the urban youth market I was comenting only on marketing strategy with no insult intended toward any target market. It is a viable strategy - producing lower quality items to make their pricepoint accessible to a large target group with emphasis on the logo and brand recognition. I'm simply saying that I love what RL does on the high end and would love to see them focus more attention there. He needs to make a flame resistant kevlar line just for forum goers
Agree completely. The unconditional adoration of 60s style has been a thing in the urban youth crowd for years and it is unlikely to die out any time soon. RL made the right move with this line, for sure.
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