Who Are Your Favorite SF Posters?

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  1. VMan

    VMan Senior member

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    A spin-off of the favorite usernames thread.

    Not to start a popularity contest, but who are your favorite posters, as far as post content, information value, humor, and cleverness?

    I'll post mine in a bit, but I thought Vaclav and Lazarillo had some funny/clever posts w/ pictures, even though they were banned.

    They inspired me to create this thread.
     


  2. VMan

    VMan Senior member

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    For now, here's a short list:

    RJMan - Great sense of humor, love how everything turns into the RJ-something. Very quick on the draw, and clever.

    Josepidal - While he takes a bunch of shit from the members, his posts are always great and lead to a lot of funny discussion. The EG/Todd incident, and the recent pocket square at a bar threads are great. Hang in there buddy, and don't stress out so much! Enjoy America.

    Huntsman and LabelKing both write with such an elloquent style and have such an in-depth knowledge of many things that I always click on a post when I see that they have responded to it. I always learn new things by reading their posts.

    LA Guy - Man, I wish I knew as much about denim and streetwear as you. You are the ABC - the go-to guy when it comes to anything street.

    J - Rules, OK!
     


  3. Nantucket Red

    Nantucket Red "Mr. Fashionista"

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    LabelKing and Full Canvas pretty much top my list for being well-rounded and informative. Huntsman, Edmorel, and Tomasso also fall into this category.

    I enjoyed Vaclav's lightheartedness and creative humor. We are still in touch occasionally by email.

    I enjoy the irreverent humor of Tokyo Slim, Arethusa, and RJman.
     


  4. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    LabelKing and Full Canvas pretty much top my list for being well-rounded and informative. Huntsman, Edmorel, and Tomasso also fall into this category.

    I enjoyed Vaclav's lightheartedness and creative humor. We are still in touch occasionally by email.

    I enjoy the irreverent humor of Tokyo Slim, Arethusa, and RJman.


    Thanks, but you must have me confused with someone else [​IMG] I don't belong in the same sentence as LK, Full Canvas, Tomasso amd Huntsman. I'll add aportnoy if only for his wonderful shoes and that he takes the time out to post them. Pretty much everyone on the forum though, contributes something of merit and that is what makes this place great and useful, if expensive.

    How is Brother V?
     


  5. Huntsman

    Huntsman Senior member

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    I'm flattered, gentlemen, thank you! Please know that it's mutual. Additionaly, (and in no particular order) I'd be remiss if I didn't mention: globetrotter, rdawson, LabelKing, gorgekko, Fab, Jill, hopkins, Dakota Rube, Kent, [email protected], Arethusa, fb, and even iW [​IMG]. Of course Tokyo, LAGuy, and j are implicit. And I keep coming up with names. Manton, obviously along with A Harris. The silhouette thread was my absolute favorite and most informative. There are many others amongst the less-frequent posters. Really do enjoy the ambience here. Regards, Huntsman
     


  6. VMan

    VMan Senior member

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    Also, the Current Events forum would be nothing without Whnay, Steve B, Hopkins, Sauce, Charley, Globe, Jill, et al.

    Keep on keeping on, gentlemen (and women)!

    But in all sincerity, I do appreciate all the differing viewpoints, and it is rare this day in age to find men and women who are passionate about their beliefs. Kudos, and respect.
     


  7. VMan

    VMan Senior member

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    Also props to Edmorel and the other guys who frequent the B&S forum and keep the sweet deals rolling for the rest of us.
     


  8. whoopee

    whoopee Senior member

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    Vaclav, Manton.
     


  9. Nantucket Red

    Nantucket Red "Mr. Fashionista"

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    Thanks, but you must have me confused with someone else [​IMG] I don't belong in the same sentence as LK, Full Canvas, Tomasso amd Huntsman. I'll add aportnoy if only for his wonderful shoes and that he takes the time out to post them. Pretty much everyone on the forum though, contributes something of merit and that is what makes this place great and useful, if expensive.

    How is Brother V?


    You've certainly made some insightful and well informed posts in your time.

    Brother V found love, but it came at the cost of too many concessions and he decided it was more important to be true to himself. I think he's a better man for it.
     


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    drake Senior member

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    Ernest, Kalra, Grayson, et al.

    What? They're banned? Damn, I need to read and post more again here.

    I can confirm that changing careers is bad for your SF posting frequency.
     


  12. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    These last few days have been a real forum love-fest.

    [​IMG]

    Ok, now that we've had our group hug, it makes me a little nervous when other guys repeatedly volunteer in mixed company what a great sense of humor I have, not to mention how handsome I am, and talented, polite, a good cook, mature, humble, how great I smell, my excellent taste in movies and music, what a talented artist I am, and how cool my car is. I dunno, it just kinda weirds me out.

    I like the ladies! I'm totally straight, and I drive a truck to work EVERY DAY!

    Not that there's anything wrong with being gay. Nothing wrong with it at all...

    I'm just not gay.

    I totally love boobs. Thats me.
     


  13. faustian bargain

    faustian bargain Senior member

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    i love you guys. *sniff*

    **edit: also i love boobs too.
     


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    acidboy Senior member

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    i love you guys. *sniff*

    **edit: also i love boobs too.


    not manboobs, i hope. (not that there's anything wrong with that!)
     


  15. faustian bargain

    faustian bargain Senior member

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    manboobs are right out. i can't believe i used 'sally field' and 'manboobs' in the same sentence, in that other thread. that was just wrong, and i apologize to all you manboob-havers.
     


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