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Nobilis Animus

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Not bad you say eh....

In 2002, Tyskie Gronie won The Brewing Industry International Awards, receiving the two most prestigious awards - Gold Medal and Grand Prix.

In 2005 in Munich at a global beer fair hosted by Drink Tec, Tyskie again received the Grand Prix.

In 2011 Tyskie received the Gold Medal du Monde Selection – International Institute for Quality Selections
True, it's a good one. I sometimes wonder why it's always tucked away in a corner instead of being front-and-centre like the other imports. Maybe they're hiding the goodness?
 

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I've come to the conclusion that people who drop off perfectly good/expensive things at thrift stores simply don't know any better. No chance they'd let something like expensive artwork go if they knew what it was.
 

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I love that my shitpost started a beer debate. I’ve been out climbing for a few hours, out of cell reception.

Here’s mine from yesterday:

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I've come to the conclusion that people who drop off perfectly good/expensive things at thrift stores simply don't know any better. No chance they'd let something like expensive artwork go if they knew what it was.
some people know and can’t be bothered dealing with other people.
 

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I've come to the conclusion that people who drop off perfectly good/expensive things at thrift stores simply don't know any better. No chance they'd let something like expensive artwork go if they knew what it was.
This was actually a thriftostore run by a landfill!
So they saved it for posterity.
 

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I've come to the conclusion that people who drop off perfectly good/expensive things at thrift stores simply don't know any better. No chance they'd let something like expensive artwork go if they knew what it was.
Thats the premise of this whole game.
 

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So i found a couple things in one stop. Took about 45 minutes on a lunch break from school Not sure why some guys named larry piano and tommy ford had to write their names in these nice jackets, but oh well hope they sell for something....

here's larry's pet goats' fur:
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Another larry piece, this one's tweed cash/wool.
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These guys make some nice jeans:
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Cucci, baby:
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Wow! They're all my size, too!
 

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I've come to the conclusion that people who drop off perfectly good/expensive things at thrift stores simply don't know any better. No chance they'd let something like expensive artwork go if they knew what it was.
It just matters how much it's worth. We have a lot of casino billionaires in Vegas who clear out their closet pretty regularly. They just don't have time to mess with things. So, I got a lot of their nice suits (with their name in it), but have never picked up a watch (which could still be tens of thousands, easily).
 

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It just matters how much it's worth. We have a lot of casino billionaires in Vegas who clear out their closet pretty regularly. They just don't have time to mess with things. So, I got a lot of their nice suits (with their name in it), but have never picked up a watch (which could still be tens of thousands, easily).
True, it probably depends on whether the thing is seen as valuable relative to that person. All the same, I don't understand getting rid of perfectly good things - unless they were bad/impulse purchases and not really part of that person's style. Not complaining though, since that's how we end up finding them.
 

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Seems like the only menswear I find lately is from estate sales.
Pop on s & b.
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Then hoping for an assist on these shoes. Guy had Gucci and similar for hundreds but they could not find a maker on these and I picked them up for $12. It seems like I should recognize the little asterisk type thing on the sole. Any ideas? Are these croc?
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Thank you.
 

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