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Postby ADKben » Fri Nov 02, 2007 11:14 am

u'd have to know someone going and have them buy it, etc.

enigma shirt says retail $80...the price list for the sale shows it as $40, plus tax (8.16%)

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Postby jasper9890 » Fri Nov 02, 2007 11:24 am

....a local such as myself can go pick something up for a favor or two..... :twisted:

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Postby ScottN » Fri Nov 02, 2007 11:30 am

God I love this sale. I got everything I wanted except the Mens Journey pants. WTF, they ran out of good sizes in the first 30 minutes?

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Postby changingground » Fri Nov 02, 2007 11:40 am

Mots010 wrote:God I love this sale. I got everything I wanted except the Mens Journey pants. WTF, they ran out of good sizes in the first 30 minutes?


I haven't been yet (biding my time until the boss says I can leave) but friends who have said that items are restocked periodically, and that new things that weren't available one day were brought out the next.

I know- it's heresay. But, you might look again tomorrow.

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Postby ScottN » Fri Nov 02, 2007 11:46 am

changingground wrote:
Mots010 wrote:God I love this sale. I got everything I wanted except the Mens Journey pants. WTF, they ran out of good sizes in the first 30 minutes?


I haven't been yet (biding my time until the boss says I can leave) but friends who have said that items are restocked periodically, and that new things that weren't available one day were brought out the next.

I know- it's heresay. But, you might look again tomorrow.


I actually had a guy check the inventory and they were totally out of the Journey pants. They must not have stocked much of them.

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Postby hurdles » Fri Nov 02, 2007 11:47 am

jasper, i can pick you up some cheese or something like that in wi :) we also have great cranberries....and best of all great beer :D
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Postby jasper9890 » Fri Nov 02, 2007 12:48 pm

was thinking more along the lines of a 10% me tax ;)

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Postby Holy Schist » Fri Nov 02, 2007 2:45 pm

jasper9890 wrote:was thinking more along the lines of a 10% me tax ;)


I think you should add a 3% LDT (Location and Directions Tax), since I did tell you how to get there. Plus I had to sit alone in line with an injured foot. (Now that I think of it, make it an additonal 4%.) Any way you would want to recoup the 4% is up to you.

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Postby USAKeller » Fri Nov 02, 2007 3:35 pm

jasper9890 wrote:nice to meet ya at the sale, ADKben and USAKeller

It was nice to meet you (and Holy Schist) too. Ben, too bad we didn't run into each other. And, Mots010, it was nice to see you again! We'll all have to get out this winter. I definitely dropped some cash today, and plan on going back at least once more!
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Postby ADKben » Fri Nov 02, 2007 4:19 pm

usakeller, ya, i saw you in line but didn't want to risk my place to say hi :wink: ! Once i got in, i was focused! haha

aside from getting some good 'sample' packs, I wasn't overly impressed w/ the pricing. i was also REALLY hoping for shoes to be available there..but no luck! on the whole i got some sweet packs though and a really nice balaclava for $2! haha

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Postby CorduroyCalves » Fri Nov 02, 2007 4:27 pm

did they have a lot of baselayer there?
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Postby Tim McMarmot » Fri Nov 02, 2007 7:01 pm

I haven't been yet, but in past sales they've had a lot of baselayer. I'll be there tomorrow afternoon.

I have the Inferno's predecessor, whatever its called, with 750 fill. Light, feels fragile, but its warm. I put it under my precip for winter nights by the tent.

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