- Feb 9, 2020
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I love popping into threads I haven’t read in a while. The topic creep is always so much fun. Ayn Rand now?
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dude, you waltzed into this thread and tried to pick a fight (twice) out of no where, for no reasonHow badly were you picked on as a kid?
Yes, I think people should shop at certain places if they want to see those places survive.People bemoaning the loss of a retailer who never actually shopped there.
This is also what I heard. Do you know if they'll be making shirts?The old Brooks Brothers Garland shirt factory has been sold to an apparel manufacturing company. I don't have any details beyond the fact that the deal has closed.
I don’t pick fights but if that how you interpret this then good for you.dude, you waltzed into this thread and tried to pick a fight (twice) out of no where, for no reason
then accused people of talking big in their internet safe spaces when they made fun of you
sounds like a pretty childish m.o. if I’ve ever read one
Bruh……what’s understood ain’t gotta be explained. This forum is like the skit on In Living Color where Damon Wayans plays an over educated lifer in jail who eventually becomes too well-read for his own good.Yes, I think people should shop at certain places if they want to see those places survive.
I don't have a problem with Viral's general point. It's just that, any time there's any discussion anywhere about manufacturing or quality, he pops in with his single point. And it's never even a point, it's always just a snide remark about how no one should be discussing this. His post is really just to shut down discussions, not to push them forward. I think it's needlessly confrontational and adds little to nothing to the conversation. It's reasonable to say "there's this other dimension to this story," while also seeing the different nuances and helping to make the discussion more interesting.
This is also what I heard. Do you know if they'll be making shirts?
I also saw a post somewhere by some former Garland factory workers who said something like "big things to come." Do you know if the old employees are involved with the new project?
I think it's reasonable to both care about quality and not reduce everything to quality. It doesn't have to be an either/ or thing.Bruh……what’s understood ain’t gotta be explained. This forum is like the skit on In Living Color where Damon Wayans plays an over educated lifer in jail who eventually becomes too well read for his own good.
Who REALLY give fuck about quality??? People care about looks and price 99/100 times. And when did American factory workouts become highly-skilled artisans who make world-class garments?? The majority of factory workers in America are super average (no job shaming, just facts - feel free to do that same work for a living and change the narrative) and the last time I saw a true representation of average Americans was Jan 6th. Were y’all there too??