Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Giona Granata, Feb 3, 2005.
Darren replied on the site: Thomas Mahon's blog Scroll to the bottom of the page. If I remember correctly, Darren accused Mahon of also not being able to cut.... now he seems to be backtracking...
What a mess.
Thomas Mahon replied to Darren's posting on his site... ouch . T.Mahon replies Scroll to the bottom
Ah, tailors and their manners...
Amazing how all of them are the best at what they do isn't it?
Has anyone seen that commercial for the shoot-em-up video game based in London? The premise is a tailor submitting his resignation to his Savile Row employer, in order to move up the street to another house. They strangle him with a measuring tape. Let's hope it doesn't come to that.
Ooh. I would buy that. Has it been released? What are the system requirements?
It is not exactly that, what is it written there, ImageWIS.
What I find particularly telling is that Darren does recant and say that Mr. Mahon can cut..... which is in opposition to his accusation that he could not cut. What other things could we be hearing that is wrong....
Hope I didn't get you too hyped up Manton, the tailor is in the commercial, but I dunno about the game - I just know it's in London. I don't even know what it's called.
It might be called The Getaway: Black Monday.
Interestingly Mr. Mahon also makes mention of the fact that most Savile Row tailors would not necessarily be internet savvy, so that information might be disseminated about them unbeknownst to them. Or apparently, up til now. On the face of it, it appears Mr. Beaman may have spun himself a little web in which he now finds himself entangled. The plot thickens...snip snip snip.
That game is terrible. Tokyo Slim, mnemonic and I were looking forward to its release, having played the first one for many hours. Rented it, got it for a week, played it about an hour, and returned it the next day.
Now Katamari Damacy... that's a game.
As for Darren, this is just sad. Let it be known: talking smack about people, especially in writing, will always somehow come back to bite you in the ass. Just don't do it.
Well, I guess I should have known the game was too good to be true. If only I could code, I would make a game called "Cutter. Life on the Row". It would no doubt make my fortune.
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