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Official Sales Alert thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Jun 22, 2007.

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  1. scanner

    scanner Senior member

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    all about stump town and alfreds nitro cold brew to be honest
     
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    Keurig is the new Common Projects.
     
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    Keurig more like crocs. No one argues it's GOOD but damn it's so easy
     
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    keurig coffee is pretty gross but crocs are gross too so your analogy works

    someone posted this in the coffee thread it's pretty funny read
    http://www.theawl.com/2015/11/by-the-gallon

    intelligentsia has falled victim to peet's following their ravaging of stumptown which wasn't as good anyway :angry:
     
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    Yeah, that does sound nice, but I'm pretty stoked right now with my wife's chocolate chip banana bread and just a french pressed local roast.

    Waiting on my brand new off white Guidi chukkas (17) to be topied. Stoked to get them all messy, but don't want heels and sole wearing down. Don't understand how people find them uncomfortable. Seriously the softest shoes made of decent leather that I own, period.

    Also wanting some visvim slip ons and another black leather jacket so that I can look exactly like I did 5 years ago, but more expensive. Leather jacket (black or dark brown), some sort of "artisanal" belt, dark heavy jeans, and either light colored kicks or light colored boots (anything from Visvims to Guidis). I guess that I've branched out to some non-sneaker footwear? But that's about it.

    None of these things seem to be on sale anywhere. In fact, most of them are MTO/MTM, and there is rarely a discount on that.

    Oh, if someone is a baller, or even a small timer, we have one of @gdl203 's Eidos designed by @NickPollica suits being auctioned here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/512486/...-the-ronald-mcdonald-house/50_50#post_8211153
     
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    Local roasts are the shit. Brioso, a roaster in town, is literally right down the street (as in, two blocks away) so I can just walk down in the morning whenever my grinder tells me I'm out.

    The only problem is my girlfriend's favorite roast of theirs is a private label for a pastry shop in town... And they sell it for either $10 for 12 oz or $12 for 10 oz.
     
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    Wait somebody is actually arguing that Kuerig is not "bad"? It really tastes like garbage - and has the dubious side-effect of tons of trash and need for equipment + materials. Coffee equivalent of somebody changing your diapers for you.
     
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    Yeah be an adult and change your own damn diapers
     
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    What about nespresso? I hated pod coffee until I got one.
     
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    Nespresso is a cloth diaper you sometimes need help with
     
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    I'll take it
     
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    Oh you should definitely buy the $10 for 12 oz
     
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    @shoreman1782 let's go to la colombe (we can also protest against big yoga)
     
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    Sorry should have worded it better. I can't remember what the price was exactly but it was one of the two. Not a choice.
     
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    Yes and no. My local roaster, Cafe Ibis (some of you probably drink it), has organic, shade grown, bird friendly coffee, which is thoughtful. But, they burn the hell out of the beans, and the French roast tastes like I am licking an ash tray.

    The best coffee I've ever had is from Jack Mormon Coffee Co in SLC. They roast by the pound, only to order, each day. They also only brew by the cup on a Clover. You can order online, too. The Kochere Yirgacheffe, Bella Carmona, and CuarenteƱo are off the hook.
     
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    Wow, I had no idea La Colombe was in DC now. Their flagship is a few blocks from my house. Possibly the first Philly non-cheesesteak Philly culinary export and a good long while..
     
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    they now have two locations in DC - the blagden alley one that's been open for a couple of years (?) and the beautiful new shop across from 6th & I. coffee scene in DC gets better by the month! although, I ordered their cortado with the "dark roast" (apparently there is an option of dark or light roast) and found it to be bitter...guess i'm conditioned to stumptown's medium hair bender! will have to try the "light."
     
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    any codes for starbies?

    TIA
     

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