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odd, I hear the worlds smallest violin playing the theme from Moonlighting...
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Oh wow guys! I’m really stunned with how much time and how little happiness you have in your lives if you enjoy so much bullying a girl with too skinny pair of jeans :D really impressive, you right I should sit on my couch do nothing, try nothing, help nobody just grab a beer, set anonymous nick and go surf internet to make myself a small pleasures. And if you are wondering why I’m here and you think it’s hard to find this group, that says even more about your ignorance. That was all classy, thank you, lesson learned ;)
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I think it's just more about knowing your audience.
No offense but I'm 99% sure this does not appeal to the audience here.
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^ now wasn't that a nicer way of saying it! Hug
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Well now I know and I’m out I will not disturb/entertain the group with more posts. I’m based in Italy and don’t know American denim groups, I thought it was worth a try because I would really like to make this work as the people here are very engaged in this project.
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Tisarto stitching would be too well done for the beasts of this burrow.

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Just remembering our instructions:


"... there is a very fine line between critique and bullying, and a healthy forum requires us to have SOME regard for the feelings of the person whose choices we're discussing, and it does no good to simply proclaim that anyone with hurt feelings is too sensitive. 


We don't want to hone our way to a sartotial monoculture any more than we already have. The criteria for a good post needn't be "would I wear this?" Variety is a very good thing.


Keep in mind that at any given time there are FAR more "lurkers" on the site than active members. 11 members vs 33 guests as of this writing. [Hollows writes this on 31.10.19 - today, 6 members, 35 guests and 10 search-bots - and I think the newest member may well be leaving now? or staying to learn about vintage American and amerikaji styles given the warm welcome?]

I do believe that the forum has a reputation for being elitist/snobbish, and that this reputation is not entirely undeserved. There tends to be little tolerance for deviations from our formula, and that scares off a lot of would-be contributors before they even sign up. The pool of regular posters is VERY small lately, and a little kindness could go a long way towards promoting growth and renewed interest.

It feels ridiculous to ask a group of (mostly) middle aged (mostly) men to exercise basic kindness, but the forum dies without that, regardless of storage limits. Do your best to keep the criticism constructive, and if someone calls you an asshole, resist the urge to feel like they just don't understand your charming ways. It might be both."


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Originally posted by Tisarto Tisarto wrote:

Well now I know and I’m out I will not disturb/entertain the group with more posts. I’m based in Italy and don’t know American denim groups, I thought it was worth a try because I would really like to make this work as the people here are very engaged in this project.

before you leave do have a look at these threads, they may give you an idea of the specificity of this place:


hope that helps with your project


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Originally posted by bartlebyyphonics bartlebyyphonics wrote:

Just remembering our instructions:


"... there is a very fine line between critique and bullying, and a healthy forum requires us to have SOME regard for the feelings of the person whose choices we're discussing, and it does no good to simply proclaim that anyone with hurt feelings is too sensitive. 


We don't want to hone our way to a sartotial monoculture any more than we already have. The criteria for a good post needn't be "would I wear this?" Variety is a very good thing.


Keep in mind that at any given time there are FAR more "lurkers" on the site than active members. 11 members vs 33 guests as of this writing. [Hollows writes this on 31.10.19 - today, 6 members, 35 guests and 10 search-bots - and I think the newest member may well be leaving now? or staying to learn about vintage American and amerikaji styles given the warm welcome?]

I do believe that the forum has a reputation for being elitist/snobbish, and that this reputation is not entirely undeserved. There tends to be little tolerance for deviations from our formula, and that scares off a lot of would-be contributors before they even sign up. The pool of regular posters is VERY small lately, and a little kindness could go a long way towards promoting growth and renewed interest.

It feels ridiculous to ask a group of (mostly) middle aged (mostly) men to exercise basic kindness, but the forum dies without that, regardless of storage limits. Do your best to keep the criticism constructive, and if someone calls you an asshole, resist the urge to feel like they just don't understand your charming ways. It might be both."



I think that^ was only directed at some of us, not all of us.
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instructions for one must be instructions for all surely?
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