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They are reasonably priced though :
 

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They are reasonably priced though :
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Only for those wishing to make a serious politcal fashion statement.




. .l wonder if you would be arrested for breach if you wore them.......................
 

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I'm anti-racist to the core, but I wouldn't be cremated in them!
I am against all forms of prejudice , race , religious , ethnicity , political , class and sexual . No need for it , it has been used for too long to cause divisions , fear and bigotry .
 

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If anyone is after a cheap M65 parka, I found this one going for a £30 buy it now.
Not listed as either a fishtail or a M65, so seller probably doesn't know what they have.
No hood, so it'll probably cost you more to buy a replacement hood.
 

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Ironic how most who claim to be "anti-racist" still support the biggest and longest running holocaust of sentient beings on the daily.
 

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I don't wish to be drawn on this issue, but it is probably best to leave that as a separate moral debate rather than an analogous one.
If you don't want to make it analogous you'll have to name the trait true of the non-human animal which if true of the human would justify the same treatment without creating a logical and moral contradiction.

Sentient non-human animals are the same as us in the ways that count. They can suffer, feel pain, have emotions and a desire to live. When humans have an option to eat plant based and buy alternative materials and fabrics for clothing but still choose to contribute to a holocaust it's almost worse than your average racist, who while holding abhorrent beliefs, will most likely not commit hate crimes, whereas carnist's are engaging in a holocaust at least 3 times a day and that's not even including the clothes they buy or the entertainment and "research" they fund.
 
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A few recent buys (Weirdly all bought for £9/$12.55 a pop)
Polo RL madras BD (90s deadstock judging by the colours)
Auburn Nylon US made coach-jacket in BLUE!!
Next canvas kicks (decent Vans type sole)
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A bit Opie Taylor
 

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A few recent purchases on their first time out, took an afternoon stroll into town last week, whilst working from home.
Far Afield work jacket, Madras shirting company BD, Uniqlo selvedge jeans, Loake birkdale suede longwings.
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Coach’s jacket not my style but I love that colour blue @Inkss

I also have a short sleeve madras shirt that looks very similar to what you’re wearing there. Mine came from Lands End.
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I like those Loakes @Yorky.
I also have a couple of pairs of Uniqlo Selvedge which I like. One pair I’ve worn off and on a few years now but I try to largely avoid jeans. Another pair are unworn they were just a ridiculously cheap price so I grabbed ‘em for the future. They may not get worn for some time!
 

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Coach’s jacket not my style but I love that colour blue @Inkss

I also have a short sleeve madras shirt that looks very similar to what you’re wearing there. Mine came from Lands End.
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I like those Loakes @Yorky.
I also have a couple of pairs of Uniqlo Selvedge which I like. One pair I’ve worn off and on a few years now but I try to largely avoid jeans. Another pair are unworn they were just a ridiculously cheap price so I grabbed ‘em for the future. They may not get worn for some time!
The better Uniqlo jeans in my opinion are the U range, they are made from a rigid denim which doesn't bleed when washed, I have several pairs of them and they are so cheap compared to other makes.
I've been wearing jeans a lot recently, especially during lockdown at home, but also on the odd occasion that I've been in work as I've been mainly working at my desk. Back in full time tomorrow teaching again and so back to wool/cotton trousers.
 

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