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post #55366 of 110536
hey dudes
what are your opinions on bringing guns into goodwills? does having a gun with you make it not okay to be a flipper? what if you have a gun and find a five dollar bill on the floor? are you stealing from the homeless?
post #55367 of 110536
so many questions
so few answers
post #55368 of 110536
to all parties I owe goods: I suck. you will receive your parcels shortly. thx
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Originally Posted by katch View Post

Found EXACTLY what i've been looking to rock for the holidays  .. Polo Ralph Lauren made in italy blackwatch blazer (Click to show)
fits great in the body... shoulders a bit too wide even though it's more like wearing a sweather than a blazer. oh well.. still worth a pickup....










Shoulder:  19.25
Sleeve:  26
Chest:  20.5" (x2)
Waist:  19" (x2)
Length:  31.5" from bottom of collar seam



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Originally Posted by horse's_ass View Post

hey dudes
what are your opinions on bringing guns into goodwills? does having a gun with you make it not okay to be a flipper? what if you have a gun and find a five dollar bill on the floor? are you stealing from the homeless?

Awesome. Now it's escalated to hypothetical armed robbery.

And here I thought I was done stirring up trouble after the thanksgiving family visits were done.
post #55371 of 110536
Every once and a while I think it is neat to combine all of our historically heated thread discussion into a single topic. Conceptually, it is like the Superstrom Sandy of subjects that rile up the SF thrifting thread.
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Originally Posted by horse's_ass View Post

Every once and a while I think it is neat to combine all of our historically heated thread discussion into a single topic. Conceptually, it is like the Superstrom Sandy of subjects that rile up the SF thrifting thread.

I've learned a very valuable lesson from all this - apparently none of the clothes I buy are really brag worthy. With the exception of jkidd, it's all been about the $20.

Seriously, I love that Brooks Brothers vest. Not high end or anything, but I think it's my new favorite piece of clothing.
post #55373 of 110536
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Originally Posted by horse's_ass View Post

Every once and a while I think it is neat to combine all of our historically heated thread discussion into a single topic. Conceptually, it is like the Superstrom Sandy of subjects that rile up the SF thrifting thread.

i would respond to your question but i'm too busy taking hundreds of USPS priority mail envelopes from the post office to use for double-wrapping the packages i send out via fedex.
post #55374 of 110536

^^^BOOM

post #55375 of 110536
I found another pair of RRL selvedge jeans today at the same place I found the other ones a few weeks ago. Kinda weird since RRL isnt all that common here.

They are available if anyone is interested. They have been shortened and they dont work for me.

Waist - 17"
Thigh - 12"
Leg Opening - 8.25"
Front Rise - 10"
Inseam - 29"

They are tagged as 32x34 Slim Boot Rinse.

SOLD

Edited by potemkin_city_limits - 11/28/12 at 12:38pm
post #55376 of 110536

Found two pairs of PRL pants. One is super soft flannel that is fully lined (front and back) above the knee. There is no other tag other than the dry clean only tag, but they scream quality. Who makes the good pants for them again?

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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

Found two pairs of PRL pants. One is super soft flannel that is fully lined (front and back) above the knee. There is no other tag other than the dry clean only tag, but they scream quality. Who makes the good pants for them again?


Corneliani I believe, if they are the made in Italy ones

post #55378 of 110536
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Originally Posted by mexicutioner View Post

i would respond to your question but i'm too busy taking hundreds of USPS priority mail envelopes from the post office to use for double-wrapping the packages i send out via fedex.

I've also heard Tyvek envelopes make great ammo bags.
post #55379 of 110536
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Originally Posted by DanM View Post

I've learned a very valuable lesson from all this - apparently none of the clothes I buy are really brag worthy. With the exception of jkidd, it's all been about the $20.
Seriously, I love that Brooks Brothers vest. Not high end or anything, but I think it's my new favorite piece of clothing.

As someone who has thrifted in the Nati the past few years, our good finds are what the LA guys use to wash and dry their cars with.

As for the $20, if you would have pocketed the funds then walked, I would have said that was wrong. But based on your post, looks like yo spent the $20 and then some.

Earlier in the year I found a Brookd Brothers suit with the wrong pants. Over in the pants I found the correct pants...so I switched the pants and bought the suit. Was that wrong since that's how GE put it out?
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Corneliani I believe, if they are the made in Italy ones

Sadly...neither pair indicates the country of manufacturing.

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