designer replica handbags(non-registered)
<a href= They are mainly American women and half of them visit the forum daily. Most of them are white (50%), followed by Asians (36%). They tend to be over 35 years old and have an annual income of between $100,000 and $200,000. Many of them own authentic handbags , but they love imitations just as much and are not ashamed to own them. Indeed, they feel a certain pride knowing that they have bought, at a bargain price, a knock-off that is barely distinguishable from an original costing several thousand dollars. Their favorite brands are Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Hermès.
According to a survey created by its administrator, these are the women of RepLadies , a Reddit sub-forum with more than 200,000 female users created in 2016. Today, RepLadies is the internet’s largest forum for counterfeit lovers. Women compare good fakes with authentic products, make reviews of their recent purchases, post links to interesting products they have found while browsing, give each other tips to avoid falling for scams; they even help each other to communicate with sellers in other languages.

Reviews are the most particular sub-genre within this forum, as they have acquired a language of their own and are written following meticulous publishing standards: they include information about the seller (name, phone number or contact method and location), available payment method and order timeline (from the time one of the buyers
contacts the seller until she receives her purchase). The review also includes photographs of the imitation bag and the original. Finally, it provides a brief analysis of the quality of the bag, the accuracy of the imitation and the reviewer’s satisfaction with their purchase. RepLadies is so popular that some sellers give them a discount: “I mentioned RepLadies and received a 10% discount,” said one user in a review of a Chanel knockoff. RepLadies also has its own glossary and acronym guide, where AE stands for AliExpress, ISO stands for In Search Of or MIF stands for Made In France and, of course, Rep stands for Replica.</a>
I love your artwork, Amy. You’re a true artist. Congratulations on your showing at the MN State Fair Fine Arts Building. The photograph of the dolls was fascinating. You are full of excellent ideas.
William Ragan III(non-registered)
Hello old friend! I am so impressed with your photography, best of wishes from your old stomping ground.
Hi Amy,
I feel your photos are amazing. I love the cute Lemurs and beauty of Madagascar. Thank you for making a difference with your art.
Jennifer Gehlhar(non-registered)
Hi Amy, just browsed the Jordan pics. Keep up the great work!
Sarab Kajander(non-registered)
Absolutely stunning work Amy.
Tom Siqveland(non-registered)
Enjoyed an examining tour of your work tonight. You're fantastic...but, more importantly, your spot on...Please keep pursuing ...relentlessly!!


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Paul Winger(non-registered)
Oh my Amy,
This is an outstanding site - so much more revelatory than the work on Capture Minnesota. Wonderful imagery from all over the world. You have a real talent for capturing the sights (food, architecture, & street scenes) and people in your travels. The Fez article is a great read as well. It appears your talents are only surpassed by your compassion and commitment to improving the human condition. Keep up the great work as the world needs more talented and caring souls like yours.
Michele Wubbenhorst(non-registered)
Wow, Amy!!....Amazing! Can't wait to see more from you.
Amazing pictures although I know little about photography. Love it all, and I miss you Amy!
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