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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. Timbaland

    Timbaland Well-Known Member

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    This whole month has been fucking cursed for me. Last weekend I locked my girlfriend out of her apartment and had to spend 200 on a locksmith. I need to just stay home for the rest of the year.
     
  2. Find Finn

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  3. Dorje

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    If your gf has collision coverage the car will be covered.
     
  4. Numbernine

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    Insurance follows the car . So it depends on the type of policy she has . So if she has collision than probably yes it is covered if just liability than no
     
  5. Timbaland

    Timbaland Well-Known Member

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    Oh shit. Thanks Dorje and englade. I couldn't sleep all night with this on my mind. I'm really hoping since it's a newer car that she has collision coverage on it. I didn't know that covers the car and not the driver as I always have to list the primary driver when I get insurance.

    I would feel bad her insurance rates would get screwed and she yelled at me about it yesterday though.
     
  6. Numbernine

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    Also if she still has a note on it the bank requires collision to cover their (potential ) loss. You will see a hit on the rates tho probably and some deductible mines $500
     
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  7. Mr. Moo

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    You should be fine, Timbaland.
     
  8. Distorbiant

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    Locksmith for an apt shouldn't cost more than 100-150 :x
     
  9. chinesealpha

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    unless they can't pick the lock, and have to destroy it in order to get in. Also, I have the feeling that some locksmiths, in the middle of the night, charge a little extra.
     
  10. snowmanxl

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    $510 seems kinda steep for a steel tray and some sticks
     
  12. ceoceo

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    LOL how did you even come across this
     
  13. Teger

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    $800 seems a lot for a piece of leather, some string and a zipper.
     
  14. Distorbiant

    Distorbiant Well-Known Member

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    It's made from soft new zealand wood and italian mountain metal.
     
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  15. brad-t

    brad-t Well-Known Member

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    at least the leather jacket comes assembled
     
  16. Find Finn

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    Posted it in the toj thread a while ago. :embar:
     
  17. snowmanxl

    snowmanxl Well-Known Member

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    Just browsing the web ceoceo. Didn't see that Finn :eek:
     
  18. The Thin Man

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    Davek has good quality, small black umbrellas.
     
  19. kindofyoung

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    Those look really nice, thanks for the tip! [​IMG]
     
  20. Teger

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    davek sucks. their quality is shit and their guarantee is bullshit. if you're spending $150 on an umbrella buy something with a wood shaft from kent wang or howard yount.
     
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