12 Nov 2011 11:42
That's actually not at all true in lots of situations Mil
12 Nov 2011 12:07
in the case of tangible products it is.
12 Nov 2011 12:16
Owning a product doesn't give you the right to do whatever you like with it. On the example of resale, it's illegal to resell sports (maybe only football?) tickets in the UK.
12 Nov 2011 12:39
Reselling in the uk is not that simple as parallel importers of consoles have found or viz the tesco vs levis case.
Supreme uses sai baba nag champa btw.
12 Nov 2011 17:22
On a sliding scale of illegality with the Holocaust and the French Revolution @ one end…
13 Nov 2011 00:21
well a sports ticket isn't a product, its a right to entry to an event. Re: parallel imported consoles, I never said anything about products that are illegal or restricted to sell in the first place. Same goes for Nazi memorabillia etc.
13 Nov 2011 12:04
Warming to the shadow plaid, considering trading a realtree for one
13 Nov 2011 14:17
I think you have me confused for someone else. I have never had a shop nor lived in London.
13 Nov 2011 18:39
Oh ok, SOZ!
Some little 15yr old sick nut rapper kid performing live on x factor USA, head to toe in 'preme.
Astro is his name, writes all his own verses every week. Compare this to the British version. Total joke.
13 Nov 2011 19:25
^ have you got a link? caught him on a few of the shows on repeat, kid kills it, UK version doesn't seem to measure up at all.
13 Nov 2011 20:34
It is illegal in many cases to resell a product bought in another shop. For example its illegal for a corner shop owner to walk into Morrisons and buy something to then sell in his own shop.
13 Nov 2011 22:02
any hennessey beanies left?
14 Nov 2011 00:33
Head to toe in Supreme, says 'SWAG' at the end of his performance…
Because we haven't seen this before.
imo that was a pile of shit. sorry.
14 Nov 2011 00:35
is he really head to to in preme den?
i couldnt tell.