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    Daniel

    Better than bulldozing it.

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      o2

      Scintillating commentary as usual. Duh.
      A brilliant move by a world renowned haberdasher to gain a foot hold in country flooded with new wealth, desperate for the pastiche of a moneyed class.

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        Venom

        Someone got a fancy new thesaurus for their birthday, didn’t they?

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        The Dilettante

        “the pastiche of a moneyed class”

        wtf? I don’t think that word means what you think it means.

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    A/R

    Funny because Dunhill (Light/Fine cut box) are the only cigarettes I smoke..nobody ever knows what they are, but always end up saying they are the best they have ever tried. Glad to see they are anywhere but struggling financially..

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    Spleenking

    A haberdasher makes hats. Dunhill makes cigarettes. Unless you think the cigarettes need to go on your head…..

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    Spleenking

    Two possible uses of the word pastiche… french for a copy or imitation…or from the Latin pasticium which roughly translates to “a mess”. It is where the Italian pasticcio or Greek pastitsio (both pasta/lagsana type dishes) comes from. I cannot figure the use of it here in this post.

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