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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Carlo, Feb 9, 2005.

  1. Carlo

    Carlo Senior member

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    Actually I had an auction up for a Kiton shirt with a direct joke toward the forum guys but since it was a real item I kept silent :)

    I figured a little levity was worth an extra listing fee.
     
  2. brescd01

    brescd01 Senior member

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    You know Tdial, that is the second time you have paid me a back-handed compliment tonight. I never "had words" with Mark Goldstein. Essentially, he mocked me and generally beat the shit out of me and I hardly even answered, to the extent people were privately emailing me and asking me why I didn't respond. I think he did that to a lot of people.

    And which "flare-up" would you be referring to, the one in which I said I consider cost to be part of quality and a bunch of po' boys dreaming of AK shirts beat the crap out of me, or the one in which I claimed that luxury goods are purchased as often by people who cannot afford them as by people who can, and a bunch of po' boys beat the crap out of me and called me an anti-semitic elitist and AK declared himself (or so it seemed to me), "the people's shirtmaker?" I am just curious, because I recall posting, and this provoking a big flare-up, not the other way around.
     
  3. Carlo

    Carlo Senior member

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    I think acole gets a hall of fame post designation for his drinking game -) It was the Americain Farmer inside joke that caused me a near bladder disaster.

    Doc - I must have missed something - are you saying that someone had a run in with Mr. Grayson? You must be making that up.

    (Kept a straight face typing that last paragraph)
     
  4. Alias

    Alias Senior member

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    That thread makes me so angry. I hope no one answers my questions with line-by-line rebuttals. I'd probably end up bombing the idiot with nasty pictures.
     
  5. acole

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    Well, clearly this emotional overreaction says more about you than the thread. Â Why exactly do you harbor such resentment about kissing buttons?
    Ah. You "hope". Â You obviously live in a fantasy world where everything goes your way. Â Controlling personality, I'd say. Â With a fetish for anonymity to boot. Â I mean, "Alias"? Â Can't get much more incognito than that. Â Even your avatar is masked.
    You probably have loads of 'em too, ya disgusting pervert. Â Now, wasn't that fun? [​IMG]
     
  6. Alias

    Alias Senior member

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    acole, you have stolen my <3
     
  7. Duveen

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    I have to move Ambulance Chaser's brilliance into the comedy thread, as I fear it will be lost in the Omnibus otherwise...

     

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