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Old 04 November 2003, 17:08   #12
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Originally posted by Frederic
Yes, but what I mean is, that grand can be spent on something more practical.
Yes, a game ay even 50 bucks is not really practical , but sheesh...there is some psychosis and plain idiodacy in wanting a t shirt for 200 bucks, unless it's an investment to snare some dumbass into buying it.
Why , some designers sell dresses for $20,000. Dont tell me thats practicle. I am sure you seen $200+ shirts in NYC store windows all the time.

If we just did whats practicle we would all live in the same style mass produced house with the same car, carpet, tv, clothes, haircut, each of us on the block raising a different kind of vegetable we all share.
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