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Culture Kings Limited Time $100 Converse Combo (Worth $194.85) + Shipping

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1. Converse White Leather hi-tops (Normally $119.95)
2. Rustic Dime Skinny cut jeans (Normally $59.95)
3. AS Colour Staple White tee (normally $14.95)

Total value $194.85

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    omg so much SWAG!!!!!…. =.='

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          Sorry.. You seem to have entirely shifted the goal posts. I was responding to the suggestion that a white guy dressed in clothes like this would be bashed in Brooklyn, presumably by non-whites. It's just not true.

          At that time, I did not disagree with much else in your post, albeit that I was slightly suspicious of your refernece to African-Americans - as if they all dress the same, which they don't. I thought you were just being inadvertantly racist. However, your edit makes it fairly plain that, in fact, you are hateful of a certain subculture which you abscribe to all "blacks" and African-Americans. There's a word for that, and it ain't diptard (although that applies too).

          I think that homies look ridiculous too, especially in Australia. I just don't link that to them wanting to look or act "black" - because I'm not a racist.

          Your apparent state of terror in Brooklyn makes perfect sense now.

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          Really? Super sensitive. Obviously I am referring the stereotypical image of the "African-American" stupid trends like this promote. Look at the models on their site, 95% are African. Clearly that's the image they are trying to present to an impressionable teenage audience.

          Brooklyn was one of a few "scary" places I visited during my time in the US, there was not one race that caused this fear.

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          I'm trying to protect ALL Australian children from loosing their real culture (where ever they be from) to the stereotypical image of "African-Americans". Nothing more. Just as I would hate to see an Sudanese refuge who has moved to Australia loose their amazing culture to the stereotypical "African-American" image.

          Btw, "African-Americans" aren't even a race, it's a group of people. Africans are the race.

          The "inverted commas" (which by the way are called quotation marks, genius) are there to highlight I am referring to the stereotype of the group, not the group themselves. If you had any grasp on the English language we wouldn't be having this discussion. Stay in school kid.

          EDIT: In Brooklyn I was afraid of the big groups of young people, the fact that they were predominantly "black" is irrelevant. Just like how in Manhattan I was a afraid of the "white" homeless people. Race had nothing to do with it. The fact that they were obviously struggling financially and I was walking around with a SLR was what made worry.

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          No seriously, you are are obviously trolling.

          I've made it perfectly clear:
          1. I hate the stereotypical image of African-American, not the race. Hence, not racist.
          2. I hate when ANYONE follows this stereotype
          3. Not all, infact the majority of Americans of African decent do not follow the stereotype.
          4. Hating on a subculture is not racism. By your logic anyone who hates on the subculture of Justin Beieber, One Direction etc. fans are racist against white people because they are predominantly white.

          I'm done talking to you.

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          Call it what ever you want, I have said many times it's not about race.

          My point is, ass-hat companies like Culture Kings play up to this stereotype being "African-American" through the near exclusive use of African models and harping on prominently minority cities of the US. But some people don't have the mental ability to have a serious discussion without over simplifying it to "Racism".

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          "in sum, suggesting that impressionable white kids are at risk of having African-American trends promoted to them. I am not putting any words in your mouth, and it remains blatantly offensive."

          I'm saying ALL Australian kids, regardless of their colour or heritage are at risk of loosing their own culture and traditions to an American fad that is followed by a wide range of Americans, though predominantly displayed in the media and fashion companies as being "African-American". That's it, take your Political Correct badge off and stop reading into stuff.

          Why do I feel like I'm talking to a first year Uni student taking an ethics class and suddenly thinks he understands the entire world and is on a crusade to save the world.

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        Then why do these idiots think they need a $50 carry case?

        Stupid people need to be forced to stop breeding.

        http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151049552734255&set...

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          Wow you weren't kidding.

          That's the stupidest shit I've seen today, why the hell would you ever need more than 1 hat with you at a time.

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          Apparently too much "swag" makes you grow more heads. All this time I just thought it made you grow something on your forehead.

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      Welcome to Amerstralia!

      The worst thing now is that I see numerous kids under the age of 10 wearing this shite, not to mention all the gangs of lads wearing this crap, bunch of bloody mongaloids.

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      Have you really been to Brooklyn? The place is full of hipsters riding fixies.

      And i dont know how old you are but wearing NBA jerseys with a snapback etc was the trend when i was going to school in the mid 90s too. Except back then the brand was Starter not Mitchell & Ness and you wore them with Kepper jeans and Jordans. Oh wait Jordans are back in style too. Fashion goes in circles.

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        Yes I've really been to Brooklyn, start of 2012. It is very segregated. Hipsters one neighborhood, completely different the next.

        I'm mid 20's, I never remember it being this bad in the 90's. Never.

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          Well you were either too young to remember or you have a terrible memory. Basketball cards were everywhere, Shaq and Jordan were household names, Channel 10 showed NBA games on tv, Darling Harbour basketball courts were packed out, Even Sydney Kings had a following! Ahhh good times.

          Hip hop style is in fashion as it has been since the 90's time to just move on with your life.

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        +1 for Kepper jeans …. I still have my pair .

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        I'm very close to your age. It's not about age, it's about not being a wanker.

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          I think we can all agree with this statement.

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          Angry, angry young man

          Just be grateful guys wear this gear as it makes you look better and women might look past your "judgemental" ways. Did I use those quotation marks right? I don't care they're "fun"

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      So much hate over a white t-shirt and jeans? That's been standard issue male attire since the 50s.

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    aww only a white t-shirt. I was hoping for this: http://www.culturekings.com.au/tops/t-shirts/limited-cross-t...

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    I was gonna post here until I saw PainToad had completely smeared the walls.

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      Your logic is flawless…

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    Hipster clothes are worse than these. I don't see anyone complaining about wearing ankle chinos or boat shoes lol.

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    • for the deal +
    • for the racist dribble, -. Like it or not, people are interested in different things to you.