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Re: Public School--the store
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Not for anything, but since when is it necessary to limit oneself from activities based on age? In addition, while you are giggling at older men riding skateboards, there are older men riding skateboards making more bank that you will ever see in your life.


I doubt it, I'm freaking loaded. And p.s., I have my own skateboard. But I can still giggle when I see a bald dude on a skateboard. They giggle when they see my wide ass on a vespa. So we're even.


If you really want to get giggles try a hand painted nude board from etsy.

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The first few times I saw the storefront I thought it was going to be a new bar opening up. But then it turned out to be a store.

Posted on: 2009/3/30 16:17
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Not for anything, but since when is it necessary to limit oneself from activities based on age? In addition, while you are giggling at older men riding skateboards, there are older men riding skateboards making more bank that you will ever see in your life.


I doubt it, I'm freaking loaded. And p.s., I have my own skateboard. But I can still giggle when I see a bald dude on a skateboard. They giggle when they see my wide ass on a vespa. So we're even.

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Not for anything, but since when is it necessary to limit oneself from activities based on age? In addition, while you are giggling at older men riding skateboards, there are older men riding skateboards making more bank that you will ever see in your life.

Posted on: 2009/3/26 14:13
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It looks like a bootleg mac store from the outside(i refuse to enter). They put o creatively into it. it's like hey mac stare.. wait no oh god hipsters!

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i dont think the "plan" goes that far down Jersey.. oh, wait, are you trying to say you don't like it? hilarious! (not)

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I gotta say that is a really cute storefront.


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See Photo Here!

Is that part of the Jersey Av. redevelopment plan?

Awesome!

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i stopped in a couple of weeks ago, thinking it was the clothing brand Public School - which is a higher end brand, but it wasn't... either way, the people who run the shop were chill and friendly...

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Does this all fit along the trend of grown men using skateboards? I have seen that more lately and it makes me giggle. Did they not re-new their insurance? Are they being Environmentally conscious? Are they scared to lose their youth because they lost their hair so out comes the board from 1995?

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I stop by the store the other day. It was a cool "street fashion" boutique.
It's not my cup of tea, but they had some T-shirts with awesome prints and fancy sneakers.

It's like skater/hip-hop/pop clothing shop.

Call me outdated, but I don't know when it became OK to spend $300 on pair of sneakers??

I wouldn't use the term outdated, smart perhaps, common sense, but not outdated. Spend your money wisely. These are the same people who cry about essential items going up a few dollars. Penny wise / pound foolish.

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Call me outdated, but I don't know when it became OK to spend $300 on pair of sneakers??


About the same time it became okay to spend $5000 on a handbag. Bling culture is bling culture, whether it's on 5th Ave or MLK. It's all about showing you don't give crap what things cost.

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I gotta say that is a really cute storefront.

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I stop by the store the other day. It was a cool "street fashion" boutique.
It's not my cup of tea, but they had some T-shirts with awesome prints and fancy sneakers.

It's like skater/hip-hop/pop clothing shop.

Call me outdated, but I don't know when it became OK to spend $300 on pair of sneakers??

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has anyone seen this new store...it's where armagno agency used to be on jersey ave?

looks like a men's clothing store....any details?

Posted on: 2009/3/23 13:39
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