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Will the users formerly known as ATLNoob and Jgill79 please stand up?

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Not quite a (new) thrift find, but I invited a friend over to look through my 45s today. I only have a few hundred, picked up while thrifting in high school and college. Since I no longer DJ, I honestly hadn't played them in a decade, but I didn't want to get rid of them without an experienced eye.

Anyway, my pal's a big soul music expert, and he pointed out what I hoped/expected, which was that a few dozen of them were $10 records, not $1 records.

Oh, and that one of them just sold on Discogs for $640.
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You cats are crazy

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Picked up a couple pairs of 100+ year old boots today. Technically not thrifted, but they were on sale, plus I got an extra 10% off when I asked about the "good guy discount". Can't believe that actually worked.

 

Both makers, from St Louis, were closely rivaled and related and eventually joined forces in 1911 to form the International Shoe Co (later Interco)

 

Roberts, Johnson & Rand, probably only worn a handful of times.

 


 

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Peters Shoe Company, worn more than that, obv.

 


 

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Wow!!! Those are incredible finds, Wes!
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WOW! Very cool! Interesting that both seem to be canvas lined, right?

 

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Picked up a couple pairs of 100+ year old boots today. Technically not thrifted, but they were on sale, plus I got an extra 10% off when I asked about the "good guy discount". Can't believe that actually worked.

 

Both makers, from St Louis, were closely rivaled and related and eventually joined forces in 1911 to form the International Shoe Co (later Interco)


Roberts, Johnson & Rand, probably only worn a handful of times.

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Peters Shoe Company, worn more than that, obv.

 


 

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Sure are. 

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Church's Custom Grade shoes..a first for me.  Can anyone read Church's speak on the shoes.  They measure 12.25" along the sole by 4.5" at the widest point along the sole and are available if anyone is interested.

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Allen Edmonds Byron size 11D.  These measure 12.5" along the sole and 4.25" at the widest point of the sole and are also available.

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@capnwes

Awesome boots...also International Shoe is a landmark case that every lawyer has studied. Its really cool to axtuakly see the product they actually produced.
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@capnwes

Awesome boots...also International Shoe is a landmark case that every lawyer has studied. Its really cool to axtuakly see the product they actually produced.

This is a popular case brief that nearly all law schools make thier law students brief. International Shoe was a landmark decision made by the U.S. Supreme Court holding that a civil defendant could not be subjected to personal jurisdiction by the courts of a state unless the defendant had certain mimimum contacts with that state.

 

International Shoe Co. v. Washington, 326 U.S. 310 (1945)
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I hear y'all like a little *food* porn every now and then?

 

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When I crisped it under the broiler for the last five minutes of cooking, maybe I should have set it to "low" instead of "high." :confused:

 

Edited for: cannibalism, Tarantino proclivities.

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I hear y'all like a little foot porn every now and then?

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When I crisped it under the broiler for the last five minutes of cooking, maybe I should have set it to "low" instead of "high." confused.gif

Foot porn? What is that - "Dahmer surprise"? "Chicken a la Gein"?
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I'm glad that wasn't foot porn after all.

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