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In one of my crueler moments I once theorized that mafoofran was OxxfordM4M with money, but I see the error of my ways.

Because you realized I'm a small timer?
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In one of my crueler moments I once theorized that mafoofran was OxxfordM4M with money, but I see the error of my ways.

What error? You're spot-on.
post #513 of 540
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Originally Posted by yachtie View Post
What error? You're spot-on.

OxxfordBespokeMTM is interested in way too many different things to be me.
post #514 of 540
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Because you realized I'm a small timer?
Today we are all small-timers.
post #515 of 540
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Today we are all small-timers.

Indeed.
post #516 of 540
This thread keeps on delivering. I thought it had well and truly died but no ...
post #517 of 540
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Originally Posted by yachtie View Post
You really have to STOP calling tailors and getting pricing. The more you call the higher the price they'll quote you as they're getting annoyed.

I don't even have any of these tailors’ phone numbers. The prices that I post are either on their websites, in clothing magazine articles and in clothing articles online.
post #518 of 540
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
If this is true, don't call Westmancott!


- B

It is NOT true.
post #519 of 540
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Originally Posted by Shirtmaven View Post
Oxford
I used to get annoyed with your posts. Now I ignore them.
Please just admit that you are either OCD or have Aspergers.
and we will all cut you a break.
Though some of your information is appreciated, the repetitiveness of the posts is bothersome to many.
This is information from a forum member who has never even had clothing made by any of the mentioned tailors.
We all appreciate your interest in tailored clothing. I can bet that the tailors that you contact are annoyed by your constant questions aboout pricing when you will never even order clothing from them unless you win the mega millions lottery.

Continue to post, with the understanding that your posts can be tiresome.
I hope I have not offended you. Just want to give you another opinion.
Carl

Yes, I have Asberger’s Syndrome (along with ADHD, OCD and PDD). That doesn't make me "special" like RJMan said. FWIW, calling a disabled person special like that is the same as calling a person that is African or of African Descent the "N" word.

The use of all prejudicial slurs is one of the biggest things that are against the rules of Style Forum. Forum members that do use prejudicial slurs on Style Forum are supposed to get banned because of it.
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OxxfordSJLINY: I saw that you responded. Thank you.
post #521 of 540
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Originally Posted by OxxfordSJLINY View Post
Yes, I have Asberger's Syndrome (along with ADHD, OCD and PDD). That doesn't make me "special" like that jerk RJMan said.

If you, RJMan (or anybody else) are prejudiced against disabled people of all kinds, then that is not my frigging problem!

sry man.
post #522 of 540
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Originally Posted by OxxfordSJLINY View Post
So shut up already, loser.

That's not nice.
post #523 of 540
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
sry man.

It's okay. I accept your apology. Hopefully, the people who run operate and own Style Forum will continue to permit you to post messages on Style Forum since you did have the class, excellence and intelligence to apologize.
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Originally Posted by yachtie View Post
That's not nice.

Message edited. Sorry about that.
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Originally Posted by OxxfordSJLINY View Post
Message edited. Sorry about that.

No Prob.
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