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Errr, the Internet did exist in 1986. The World Wide Web, however, did not  
That's right. Back then we had Usenet and we liked it. I'd be surprised if the early Internet crowd created an alt.clothes group though.
post #47 of 159
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(gorgekko @ Feb. 17 2005,12:41) Errr, the Internet did exist in 1986. The World Wide Web, however, did not
That's right. Back then we had Usenet and we liked it. I'd be surprised if the early Internet crowd created an alt.clothes group though.
what about alt.pictures.debbiegibson?
post #48 of 159
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You have only considered one reply in this entire thread and everything else you took pleasure in shooting down. This leads me to believe that the only reason you made this post is to make all of us aware of your extensive wardrobe. Bugatti's aside, you seem to love to shock people on this board with your enviable collections (highly ungentlemanly), and judging by the 5 pages this post has reached, it's working.
Any post relating to additions to my wardrobe, I replied to. e.g. Silk/Linen suit, Overcoat, Brown suit, English shoes. Any posts relating to the 'vastness' of lack thereof of the wardrobe was ingnored, or taken as a joke, how can I be any more 'highly -(un)-gentlemanly' in your very words. I doubt you are Westminster educated, and have a girlfriend who has attended finishing school - so to comment on Gentlemenlyness seems odd to me.
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I don't understand what you mean by 'Bugatti'
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(Styleman @ Feb. 17 2005,14:24) I doubt you are Westminster educated, and have a girlfriend who has attended finishing school - so to  comment on Gentlemenlyness seems odd to me.
A true gentleman would never have written the above.
In light of the comments made; one would.
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Oh come now, a 17 year old English kid with more luxury goods than lakshmi mittal should at least have heard of a Bugatti.
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Oh come now, a 17 year old English kid with more luxury goods than lakshmi mittal should at least have heard of a Bugatti.
All come to San Deigo; home of the gentleman. Coming, right now. I know full well what a Bugatti is, as do I know who Mittal is, but I really do not get you. I severly doubt I have more than Lakshmi Mittal.
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All come to San Deigo; home of the gentleman. Coming, right now.
Truly. We have the politest panhandlers in the country (although not nearly as funny as Berkeley)
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Truly. We have the politest panhandlers in the country (although not nearly as funny as Berkeley)
"Polite" and "Berkeley" and "panhandler" should not be used within 1,000 words of eachother.
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I doubt you are Westminster educated, and have a girlfriend who has attended finishing school - so to comment on Gentlemenlyness seems odd to me.
You little punk bitch. Fly over here, and I'll take you to South Boston, and you can recite your interesting anecdotes at a local bar there. That's the teaser. Then we'll fly out to L.A., and Brian and I'll take you to a good club, then to an afterhours in Inglewood, and you can charm the locals there with your humourous stories. If you come out of it alive, you'll be less apt to let shit come out both ends. Trust me on that one.
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In 1986, when I was 17 years old, I owned two pairs of jeans and a bunch of t-shirts and flannel shirts, and one pair of fucked up tennis shoes.  For a coat I wore a brown distressed leather jacket by Banana Republic.  When I came home, I threw the jacket on the floor, kicked the shoes off.  There was no such thing as the Internet, and there was no such thing as the Style Forum, and all I wanted to do was read good books and figure shit out about people.
didn't your profile put you at 43?
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I doubt you are Westminster educated, and have a girlfriend who has attended finishing school - so to  comment on Gentlemenlyness seems odd to me.
You little punk bitch.  Fly over here, and I'll take you to South Boston, and you can recite your interesting anecdotes at a local bar there.  That's the teaser.  Then we'll fly out to L.A., and Brian and I'll take you to a good club, then to an afterhours in Inglewood, and you can charm the locals there with your humourous stories.  If you come out of it alive, you'll be less apt to let shit come out both ends.  Trust me on that one.
I always did have a death wish. (too bad the triads will be there sooner than that ever happens) Please, now can we cease this argument, there really is no need for it. I will apologise for the 'Wesminster Educated' comment, but I only said it in defence.
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I am suprised at the lack of civility I am seeing on this board as of late. I think what everyone here needs are some cheap Grensons from Bennies - quickly.. Scott
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