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Posted: Jun 19, 2019 - 3:15pm



 Egctheow wrote:


 kcar wrote:


"Our Philosophy:

They say that the clothes make you. What if we were to say that wearing this garment makes you a better person. A person that stands up for what they believe.A person that isn't afraid to stand up for what is right, no matter what the cost. The cost of this garment is integrity. Integrity, of what we are at Sheehan & Co. and who you are. Our Mission to you is to stand up, be loud, and be proud. Life's too short to stay quiet." 

I get the impression that the model/owner is trapped in a brand and visual style that took him years to hone. He's like something out of an urban hipster/There Will Be Blood version of Seinfeld's J Peterman

But hey, since this thread's about redundancy, you have to applaud his repetitive ad copy. 


 
J Peterman

Can't believe I'd forgotten about him :-)))) Nice one.
The model also has a Sean Connery vibe about him, hence my thinking of Zardoz. I can't wait for his Name of the Rose's endeavour.
Redundancy as in double safety. Don't trust a man who wears a belt and suspenders. Like Cameron in Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
 

And quite a few years before that...

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Posted: Jun 19, 2019 - 2:46pm



 kcar wrote:


"Our Philosophy:

They say that the clothes make you. What if we were to say that wearing this garment makes you a better person. A person that stands up for what they believe.A person that isn't afraid to stand up for what is right, no matter what the cost. The cost of this garment is integrity. Integrity, of what we are at Sheehan & Co. and who you are. Our Mission to you is to stand up, be loud, and be proud. Life's too short to stay quiet." 

I get the impression that the model/owner is trapped in a brand and visual style that took him years to hone. He's like something out of an urban hipster/There Will Be Blood version of Seinfeld's J Peterman

But hey, since this thread's about redundancy, you have to applaud his repetitive ad copy. 


 
J Peterman
Can't believe I'd forgotten about him :-)))) Nice one.
The model also has a Sean Connery vibe about him, hence my thinking of Zardoz. I can't wait for his Name of the Rose's endeavour.
Redundancy as in double safety. Don't trust a man who wears a belt and suspenders. Like Cameron in Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
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Posted: Jun 19, 2019 - 2:20pm

 Proclivities wrote:


 kcar wrote:


Hey, isn't that the same model wearing the green shirt with belt and suspenders a few posts back? Or is there a whole group of belt-and-suspender types who just look alike? 
 
Yes, that other photo was from the same company.  Apparently that model is also the owner of the company; click on the company's site link in earlier posts if you think you can keep from laughing out loud.  That said, there are a bunch of those belt-and-suspender types who do look alike.
 

"Our Philosophy:

They say that the clothes make you. What if we were to say that wearing this garment makes you a better person. A person that stands up for what they believe.A person that isn't afraid to stand up for what is right, no matter what the cost. The cost of this garment is integrity. Integrity, of what we are at Sheehan & Co. and who you are. Our Mission to you is to stand up, be loud, and be proud. Life's too short to stay quiet." 

I get the impression that the model/owner is trapped in a brand and visual style that took him years to hone. He's like something out of an urban hipster/There Will Be Blood version of Seinfeld's J Peterman

But hey, since this thread's about redundancy, you have to applaud his repetitive ad copy. 


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Posted: Jun 19, 2019 - 1:58pm



 kcar wrote:


Hey, isn't that the same model wearing the green shirt with belt and suspenders a few posts back? Or is there a whole group of belt-and-suspender types who just look alike? 
 
Yes, that other photo was from the same company.  Apparently that model is also the owner of the company; click on the company's site link in earlier posts if you think you can keep from laughing out loud.  That said, there are a bunch of those belt-and-suspender types who do look alike.

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Posted: Jun 19, 2019 - 1:51pm

 Egctheow wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 Proclivities wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
 
I remember a few iterations of the suspenders-and-a-belt jokes on TV in the 60s-70s. I think even Mork and Mindy did one. 

But the ones that I think of, a guy walks onscreen, maybe in a Bob Hope special, and Bob or the Emcee, someone points at the guy and mocks "Belt and suspenders?" and the guy says "I ate at the Chinese restaurant and my fortune cookie said {something about being careful I'm sure it was funny}

And another one of those shows, probably written by the same hacks, the guy says "I saw a black cat today. It was a photo in the newspaper, but hey, better safe than sorry!" 
=====================

I like the leather suspenders (okay, braces) with all the adjustments and reinforcements like they're really meant for some serious business but the ends are just basic bolt snaps, like a dog leash, hooked onto his belt loops.

 
Yes, I remember there being jokes about stuff like that back then.  I vaguely remember some skit or movie where a guy had so many coins or something else heavy in his pockets that he had to wear a belt and suspenders - I think that's what made me think of that "world's heaviest pants" scenario.  Yeah, the leather braces are pretty ornate with the O-rings and rivets - they do look like they're for some heavy-duty activity like mountain climbing or dangerous secret agent activities - then they have the common key-ring clips at the ends.  You can see that there's a horizontal strap attached to those O-rings that goes around the back - sorta like a faux holster.  Apparently the "leather strappy suspenders" thing is trendy.

 

Ooh lawd. If you want douchey, check out the concealed carry shoulder holster for your phone.
 

Perhaps he's just got an app against smelly armpits? But it's gotta be worn close to said armpit?

(sorry if I'm messy with my posts, I'm kind of new to this, so not sure about posting etiquette. Also not my intention to crash anybody's party
)

 

Hey, isn't that the same model wearing the green shirt with belt and suspenders a few posts back? Or is there a whole group of belt-and-suspender types who just look alike? 
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Posted: Jun 19, 2019 - 10:49am



 Proclivities wrote:


 Egctheow wrote:
 

Perhaps he's just got a app against smelly armpits? But it's gotta be worn close to said armpit?

(sorry if I'm messy with my posts, I'm kind of new to this, so not sure about posting etiquette. Also not my intention to crash anybody's party
)
 

No problem; it's not a "party crash".  If you gather the fortitude to look at that site, it appears that the strappy gear was at least partially inspired by some Zardoz fetish though.
 
Thanks :-) and thanks for the site, I think ;-)
To each his own, but this is kind of weird. I can imagine funny undressing followed by partial re-dressing scenes... 
I wish I'd been at the market analysis presentation. And why would you buy the arm bands when dog collars would do the trick just fine? I would also be curious to find out about the conscious and unconscious (those are  probably the more interesting) statements made by those who wear these.

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Posted: Jun 19, 2019 - 6:41am



 Egctheow wrote:
 

Perhaps he's just got a app against smelly armpits? But it's gotta be worn close to said armpit?

(sorry if I'm messy with my posts, I'm kind of new to this, so not sure about posting etiquette. Also not my intention to crash anybody's party
)
 

No problem; it's not a "party crash".  If you gather the fortitude to look at that site, it appears that the strappy gear was at least partially inspired by some Zardoz fetish though.
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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 1:42pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 Proclivities wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
 
I remember a few iterations of the suspenders-and-a-belt jokes on TV in the 60s-70s. I think even Mork and Mindy did one. 

But the ones that I think of, a guy walks onscreen, maybe in a Bob Hope special, and Bob or the Emcee, someone points at the guy and mocks "Belt and suspenders?" and the guy says "I ate at the Chinese restaurant and my fortune cookie said {something about being careful I'm sure it was funny}

And another one of those shows, probably written by the same hacks, the guy says "I saw a black cat today. It was a photo in the newspaper, but hey, better safe than sorry!" 
=====================

I like the leather suspenders (okay, braces) with all the adjustments and reinforcements like they're really meant for some serious business but the ends are just basic bolt snaps, like a dog leash, hooked onto his belt loops.

 
Yes, I remember there being jokes about stuff like that back then.  I vaguely remember some skit or movie where a guy had so many coins or something else heavy in his pockets that he had to wear a belt and suspenders - I think that's what made me think of that "world's heaviest pants" scenario.  Yeah, the leather braces are pretty ornate with the O-rings and rivets - they do look like they're for some heavy-duty activity like mountain climbing or dangerous secret agent activities - then they have the common key-ring clips at the ends.  You can see that there's a horizontal strap attached to those O-rings that goes around the back - sorta like a faux holster.  Apparently the "leather strappy suspenders" thing is trendy.

 

Ooh lawd. If you want douchey, check out the concealed carry shoulder holster for your phone.

 

Perhaps he's just got an app against smelly armpits? But it's gotta be worn close to said armpit?

(sorry if I'm messy with my posts, I'm kind of new to this, so not sure about posting etiquette. Also not my intention to crash anybody's party
)
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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 1:38pm

KInd of like Sean Connery in Zardoz




 sirdroseph wrote:
 Proclivities wrote:
An irksome fashion trend of late:
Lumineers


 

The guy on the top looks quite douchy, but I forgive the guy on the bottom, he is a performer so there must be stage persona allowances and what not.   Guy on the top has gone outside the paradigm of douchiness tho and I would not want to frequent anywhere that this was acceptable attire.

{#Lol}







 

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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 1:24pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 Proclivities wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
 
I remember a few iterations of the suspenders-and-a-belt jokes on TV in the 60s-70s. I think even Mork and Mindy did one. 

But the ones that I think of, a guy walks onscreen, maybe in a Bob Hope special, and Bob or the Emcee, someone points at the guy and mocks "Belt and suspenders?" and the guy says "I ate at the Chinese restaurant and my fortune cookie said {something about being careful I'm sure it was funny}

And another one of those shows, probably written by the same hacks, the guy says "I saw a black cat today. It was a photo in the newspaper, but hey, better safe than sorry!" 
=====================

I like the leather suspenders (okay, braces) with all the adjustments and reinforcements like they're really meant for some serious business but the ends are just basic bolt snaps, like a dog leash, hooked onto his belt loops.

 
Yes, I remember there being jokes about stuff like that back then.  I vaguely remember some skit or movie where a guy had so many coins or something else heavy in his pockets that he had to wear a belt and suspenders - I think that's what made me think of that "world's heaviest pants" scenario.  Yeah, the leather braces are pretty ornate with the O-rings and rivets - they do look like they're for some heavy-duty activity like mountain climbing or dangerous secret agent activities - then they have the common key-ring clips at the ends.  You can see that there's a horizontal strap attached to those O-rings that goes around the back - sorta like a faux holster.  Apparently the "leather strappy suspenders" thing is trendy.

 

Ooh lawd. If you want douchey, check out the concealed carry shoulder holster for your phone.


 



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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 12:31pm



 Proclivities wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
 
I remember a few iterations of the suspenders-and-a-belt jokes on TV in the 60s-70s. I think even Mork and Mindy did one. 

But the ones that I think of, a guy walks onscreen, maybe in a Bob Hope special, and Bob or the Emcee, someone points at the guy and mocks "Belt and suspenders?" and the guy says "I ate at the Chinese restaurant and my fortune cookie said {something about being careful I'm sure it was funny}

And another one of those shows, probably written by the same hacks, the guy says "I saw a black cat today. It was a photo in the newspaper, but hey, better safe than sorry!" 
=====================

I like the leather suspenders (okay, braces) with all the adjustments and reinforcements like they're really meant for some serious business but the ends are just basic bolt snaps, like a dog leash, hooked onto his belt loops.

 
Yes, I remember there being jokes about stuff like that back then.  I vaguely remember some skit or movie where a guy had so many coins or something else heavy in his pockets that he had to wear a belt and suspenders - I think that's what made me think of that "world's heaviest pants" scenario.  Yeah, the leather braces are pretty ornate with the O-rings and rivets - they do look like they're for some heavy-duty activity like mountain climbing or dangerous secret agent activities - then they have the common key-ring clips at the ends.  You can see that there's a horizontal strap attached to those O-rings that goes around the back - sorta like a faux holster.  Apparently the "leather strappy suspenders" thing is trendy.

 

Ooh lawd. If you want douchey, check out the concealed carry shoulder holster for your phone.

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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 12:12pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
 
I remember a few iterations of the suspenders-and-a-belt jokes on TV in the 60s-70s. I think even Mork and Mindy did one. 

But the ones that I think of, a guy walks onscreen, maybe in a Bob Hope special, and Bob or the Emcee, someone points at the guy and mocks "Belt and suspenders?" and the guy says "I ate at the Chinese restaurant and my fortune cookie said {something about being careful I'm sure it was funny}

And another one of those shows, probably written by the same hacks, the guy says "I saw a black cat today. It was a photo in the newspaper, but hey, better safe than sorry!" 
=====================

I like the leather suspenders (okay, braces) with all the adjustments and reinforcements like they're really meant for some serious business but the ends are just basic bolt snaps, like a dog leash, hooked onto his belt loops.

 
Yes, I remember there being jokes about stuff like that back then.  I vaguely remember some skit or movie where a guy had so many coins or something else heavy in his pockets that he had to wear a belt and suspenders - I think that's what made me think of that "world's heaviest pants" scenario.  Yeah, the leather braces are pretty ornate with the O-rings and rivets - they do look like they're for some heavy-duty activity like mountain climbing or dangerous secret agent activities - then they have the common key-ring clips at the ends.  You can see that there's a horizontal strap attached to those O-rings that goes around the back - sorta like a faux holster.  Apparently the "leather strappy suspenders" thing is trendy.

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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 12:01pm

 buzz wrote:
redundancy again? {#Rolleyes}

 

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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 11:54am

redundancy again? {#Rolleyes}
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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 11:46am



 Proclivities wrote:


 sirdroseph wrote:
 The guy on the top looks quite douchy, but I forgive the guy on the bottom, he is a performer so there must be stage persona allowances and what not.   Guy on the top has gone outside the paradigm of douchiness tho and I would not want to frequent anywhere that this was acceptable attire.

{#Lol}

 

I agree about the douchiness of the male model, though the bottom guy is from The Lumineers (who I don't especially care for), and they exude all that hipster, scraggly beards, suspenders, fedoras, vests, Henley shirt, Doc Marten boots stuff.  But as you said, it's a stage persona, a uniform that all those quasi-folk, whooping bands are required to wear.  Still, unless you're a  Pinky Lee impersonator, or wearing the world's heaviest pants, wearing suspenders and a belt is just stupid - it's like wearing a visor with a baseball cap.
 
I remember a few iterations of the suspenders-and-a-belt jokes on TV in the 60s-70s. I think even Mork and Mindy did one. 

But the ones that I think of, a guy walks onscreen, maybe in a Bob Hope special, and Bob or the Emcee, someone points at the guy and mocks "Belt and suspenders?" and the guy says "I ate at the Chinese restaurant and my fortune cookie said {something about being careful I'm sure it was funny}

And another one of those shows, probably written by the same hacks, the guy says "I saw a black cat today. It was a photo in the newspaper, but hey, better safe than sorry!" 
=====================

I like the leather suspenders (okay, braces) with all the adjustments and reinforcements like they're really meant for some serious business but the ends are just basic bolt snaps, like a dog leash, hooked onto his belt loops.

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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 10:25am

 Proclivities wrote:


 sirdroseph wrote:
 The guy on the top looks quite douchy, but I forgive the guy on the bottom, he is a performer so there must be stage persona allowances and what not.   Guy on the top has gone outside the paradigm of douchiness tho and I would not want to frequent anywhere that this was acceptable attire.

{#Lol}
 

I agree about the douchiness of the male model, though the bottom guy is from The Lumineers (who I don't especially care for), and they exude all that hipster, scraggly beards, suspenders, fedoras, vests, Henley shirt, Doc Marten boots stuff.  But as you said, it's a stage persona, a uniform that all those quasi-folk, whooping bands are required to wear.  Still, unless you're a  Pinky Lee impersonator, or wearing the world's heaviest pants, wearing suspenders and a belt is just stupid - it's like wearing a visor with a baseball cap.

 
Totally with you on the Lumineers take. I hereby withdraw my acceptance of him.{#Cool}
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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 10:16am



 sirdroseph wrote:
 The guy on the top looks quite douchy, but I forgive the guy on the bottom, he is a performer so there must be stage persona allowances and what not.   Guy on the top has gone outside the paradigm of douchiness tho and I would not want to frequent anywhere that this was acceptable attire.

{#Lol}

 

I agree about the douchiness of the male model, though the bottom guy is from The Lumineers (who I don't especially care for), and they exude all that hipster, scraggly beards, suspenders, fedoras, vests, Henley shirt, Doc Marten boots stuff.  But as you said, it's a stage persona, a uniform that all those quasi-folk, whooping bands are required to wear.  Still, unless you're a  Pinky Lee impersonator, or wearing the world's heaviest pants, wearing suspenders and a belt is just stupid - it's like wearing a visor with a baseball cap.
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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 9:53am

 Proclivities wrote:
An irksome fashion trend of late:
Lumineers

 

The guy on the top looks quite douchy, but I forgive the guy on the bottom, he is a performer so there must be stage persona allowances and what not.   Guy on the top has gone outside the paradigm of douchiness tho and I would not want to frequent anywhere that this was acceptable attire.{#Lol}




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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 - 9:27am

An irksome fashion trend of late:
Lumineers

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Posted: Feb 23, 2015 - 10:38am

 RichardPrins wrote: 
Cool clock - maybe I should make one "inspired" by that one...or somehow incorporate this design:
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