2023.06.06 22:41 jravitz [WTS] 255+ Bottles - Niche, Designer, Hard to Find, Vintage and Discontinued - Hermessence, Le Labo, Guerlain, Creed, Kilian, Memo, Guerlain, YSL, Dior, Chanel, Tom Ford, More! (Bottle)
|1||Amouage||Incense Rori Attar||12mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$439||Niche|
|2||Amouage||Material (Woman)||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box; Tester Cap||$145||Niche|
|3||Amouage||Orris Wakan Attar||12mL||99% Full||Full Presentation||$419||Niche|
|4||Amouage||Rose Aqor Attar||12mL||99% Full||Full Presentation||$419||Niche|
|5||Amouage||Vanilla Barka Attar||12mL||99% Full||Full Presentation||$419||Niche|
|6||Andy Tauer||Cologne du Maghreb||50mL||99% Full||First Release, Rectangular Clear Bottle; With box||$95||Niche|
|7||Bond No. 9||Madison Square Park||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box, No Cap||$135||Niche|
|8||By Kilian||Apple Brandy on the Rocks||50mL||99% Full||Full Presentation, Box has some wear.||$160||Niche|
|9||By Kilian||Bamboo Harmony||100mL||100% Full||Tester Refill (No Spray)||$209||Niche|
|10||By Kilian||Black Phantom||100mL||100% Full||Tester Refill (No Spray)||$215||Niche|
|11||By Kilian||Gold Knight||100mL||100% Full||Tester Refill (No Spray)||$209||Niche|
|12||By Kilian||Good Girl Gone Bad||250mL||99% Full||Decanter; No Box||$800||Niche|
|13||By Kilian||Intoxicated||100mL||100% Full||Tester Refill (No Spray)||$209||Niche|
|14||By Kilian||Love Don't Be Shy Extreme||50mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$195||Niche|
|15||By Kilian||Love Don't Be Shy||50mL||99% Full||Full Presentation, Box has some wear.||$160||Niche|
|16||Byredo||Infloresence||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$135||Niche|
|17||Byredo||Lil Fleur||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$135||Niche|
|18||Byredo||Mixed Emotions||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$135||Niche|
|19||Byredo||Mumbai Noise||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$135||Niche|
|20||Byredo||Sunday Cologne||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$135||Niche|
|21||Chanel Exclusif||Misia EdT||200mL||95% Full||Vintage Discontinued Formula; No Box||$350||Niche|
|22||Christian Dior / Dior Privee||Bois D'Argent||7.5mL||100% Full||Official Mini||$30||Niche|
|23||Christian Dior / Dior Privee||Bois D'Argent||5mL||100% Full||Official Mini - Batch Code 0V01 (2010 Production Date) - Price includes shipping||$35||Niche|
|24||Christian Dior / Dior Privee||Cologne Royale||5mL||100% Full||Official Mini - Batch Code 1X01 (2011 Production Date) - Price includes shipping||$30||Niche|
|25||Christian Dior / Dior Privee||Diorissima||7.5mL||100% Full||Official Mini; No Cannister - Price includes shipping||$30||Niche|
|26||Christian Dior / Dior Privee||Eau Noire||5mL||100% Full||Official Mini - Batch Code 1R01 (2011 Production Date) - Price includes shipping||$35||Niche|
|27||Christian Dior / Dior Privee||Eden Roc||7.5mL||100% Full||Official Mini - Price includes shipping||$30||Niche|
|28||Christian Dior / Dior Privee||Granville||5mL||100% Full||Official Mini - Batch Code 0V01 (2010 Production Date) - Price includes shipping||$35||Niche|
|29||Christian Dior / Dior Privee||Milly-La-Foret||5mL||100% Full||Official Mini - Batch Code 0W01 (2010 Production Date) - Price includes shipping||$30||Niche|
|30||Christian Dior / Dior Privee||Mitzah||5mL||100% Full||Official Mini - Batch Code 1W01 (2011 Production Date) - Price includes shipping||$35||Niche|
|31||Christian Dior / Dior Privee||New Look 1947||5mL||100% Full||Official Mini - Batch Code 1R01 (2011 Production Date) - Price includes shipping||$30||Niche|
|32||Clive Christian||I Pour Femme (Woody Floral with Vintage Rose)||50mL||99% Full||No Box||$180||Niche|
|33||Clive Christian||Rock Rose||50mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$289||Niche|
|34||Creed||Acqua Florentina - F Batch||75mL||95% Full||Box, Can add a Creed Cap as well||$175||Niche|
|35||Creed||Aventus - 22A11A||100mL||100% Full||Full Presentation||$250||Niche|
|36||Creed||Aventus Cologne - 2022 Batch||100mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap||$229||Niche|
|37||Creed||Aventus Cologne - F Batch (Plastic Cap)||100mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed in Box||$239||Niche|
|38||Creed||Aventus for Her - F567||75mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap||$185||Niche|
|39||Creed||Erolfa - 15X01||120mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap||$349||Niche|
|40||Creed||Erolfa - F Batch||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box, No Cap||$160||Niche|
|41||Creed||Green Irish Tweed - 19U11||50mL||99% Full||No Cap||$139||Niche|
|42||Creed||Green Irish Tweed - 2022 Batch||100mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap||$195||Niche|
|43||Creed||Himalaya - 22B01A||100mL||100% Full||Tester with Square Style Cap||$175||Niche|
|44||Creed||Millesime Imperial - F Batch||100mL||100% Full||Comes with Box and SQUARE Older Style Cap.||$180||Niche|
|45||Creed||Neroli Sauvage - F241||100mL||100% Full||Comes with Box and SQUARE Older Style Cap.||$180||Niche|
|46||Creed||Original Santal - F511||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box; No Cap||$160||Niche|
|47||Creed||Royal Mayfair - 15R01||120mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap||$229||Niche|
|48||Creed||Royal Oud - F BATCH||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box; No Cap||$250||Niche|
|49||Creed||Royal Water - 20C01N||100mL||100% Full||Tester with Square Style Cap||$175||Niche|
|50||Creed||Silver Mountain Water - 21V01A||100mL||100% Full||Tester with Square Style Cap||$180||Niche|
|51||Creed||Spring Flowers 2023||75mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap||$209||Niche|
|52||Creed||Tabarome - 21Y01A||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box; No Cap||$160||Niche|
|53||Creed||Viking - F512||100mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap||$205||Niche|
|54||Creed||Virgin Island Water - F473||100mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap||$195||Niche|
|55||Creed||White Amber - 17W01||75mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box; No Cap||$149||Niche|
|56||Creed||Wind Flowers - 22C01B||75mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap||$199||Niche|
|57||DS & DURGA||Amber Kiso||100mL||100% Full||New, No Box||$125||Niche|
|58||Frederic Malle||Eau de Magnolia||10mL||100% Full||Official Travel Spray||$55||Niche|
|59||Gallagher||Bergamot Silk||100mL||99% Full||$84||Niche|
|60||Giorgio Armani / Armani Prive||Gardenia Antigua||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$155||Niche|
|61||Giorgio Armani / Armani Prive||Pierre de Lune||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$155||Niche|
|62||Giorgio Armani / Armani Prive||Rose Alexandrie||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$155||Niche|
|63||Guerlain||Angelique Noire||30mL||100% Full||Mini Bee Bottle Decant||$215||Niche|
|64||Guerlain||Angelique Noire||10mL||100% Full||Tall Glass Decant||$55||Niche|
|65||Guerlain||Cherry Oud||100mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$279||Niche|
|66||Guerlain||Cruel Gardenia||200mL||95% Full||Tester; No Box||$319||Niche|
|67||Guerlain||Embruns D'Ylang||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$339||Niche|
|68||Guerlain||Epices Volee||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$339||Niche|
|69||Guerlain||Gourmand Coquin||10mL||100% Full||Tall Glass Decant||$60||Niche|
|70||Guerlain||Herbes Troublantes||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$339||Niche|
|71||Guerlain||Joyeuse Tuberuese||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$349||Niche|
|72||Guerlain||Musc Outreblanc||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$349||Niche|
|73||Guerlain||Oeillet Pourpre||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$339||Niche|
|74||Guerlain||Oud Nude||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$349||Niche|
|75||Guerlain||Rose Barbare||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$339||Niche|
|76||Guerlain||Rose Barbare||200mL||90% Full||DECANTED - NO ORIGINAL BOTTLE||$250||Niche|
|77||Guerlain||Santal Pao Rosa||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$349||Niche|
|78||Guerlain||Tonka Imperiale||30mL||100% Full||Mini Bee Bottle Decant||$199||Niche|
|79||Guerlain||Tonka Imperiale||10mL||100% Full||Tall Glass Decant||$55||Niche|
|80||Hermes / Hermessence||Agar Ebene||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box, No Cap||$150||Niche|
|81||Hermes / Hermessence||Brin de Reglisse||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$165||Niche|
|82||Hermes / Hermessence||Cedre Sambac||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$165||Niche|
|83||Hermes / Hermessence||Epice Marine||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$170||Niche|
|84||Hermes / Hermessence||Iris Ukiyoe||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box, No Cap||$150||Niche|
|85||Hermes / Hermessence||Muguet Porcelaine||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$165||Niche|
|86||Hermes / Hermessence||Myrrhe Eglantine||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$185||Niche|
|87||Hermes / Hermessence||Osmanthe Yunnan||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box, No Cap||$150||Niche|
|88||Hermes / Hermessence||Paprika Brasil||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box.||$170||Niche|
|89||Hermes / Hermessence||Santal Massoia||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box.||$170||Niche|
|90||Hermes / Hermessence||Vanille Galante||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box, No Cap||$150||Niche|
|91||Hermes / Hermessence||Vetiver Tonka||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box, No Cap||$150||Niche|
|92||Hermes / Hermessence||Vetiver Tonka||200mL||100% Full||Full Presentation, Brand New.||$399||Niche|
|93||Hermes / Hermessence||Violette Volynka||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$185||Niche|
|94||Hiram Green||Vetiver||50mL||95% Full||Full Presentation||$130||Niche|
|95||House of Sillage||Hufflepuff||75mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$325||Niche|
|96||House of Sillage||Nouez Moi||75mL||99% Full||Tester||$120||Niche|
|97||I Profumi di Firenze||Caterina De Medici||50mL||99% Full||No Box||$35||Niche|
|98||Initio||Side Effect||10mL||100% Full||Official Travel Atomizer||$75||Niche|
|99||Knize||Knize Ten||125mL||99% Full||No Box||$110||Niche|
|100||Le Labo||Another 13||50mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$189||Niche|
|101||Le Labo||Baie 19||100mL||99% Full||Sprayed Once to Test / Brand New; No Box||$225||Niche|
|102||Le Labo||Cedrat 37 – Berlin City Exclusive||100mL||99% Full||Sprayed Once to Test / Brand New; No Box||$275||Niche|
|103||Le Labo||Cedrat 37 – Berlin City Exclusive||50mL||99% Full||Sprayed Once to Test / Brand New; No Box||$225||Niche|
|104||Le Labo||Gaiac 10 – Tokyo City Exclusive||100mL||99% Full||Sprayed Once to Test / Brand New; No Box||$400||Niche|
|105||Le Labo||Mousse de Chene 30 - Amsterdam City Exclusive||50mL||99% Full||Sprayed Once to Test / Brand New; No Box||$300||Niche|
|106||Le Labo||Musc 25 – Los Angeles City Exclusive||50mL||99% Full||Sprayed Once to Test / Brand New; No Box||$250||Niche|
|107||Le Labo||Rose 31||50mL||99% Full||Sprayed Once to Test / Brand New; No Box||$175||Niche|
|108||Le Labo||Tabac 28 – Miami City Exclusive||50mL||99% Full||Sprayed Once to Test / Brand New; No Box||$250||Niche|
|109||Le Labo||The Noir 29||50mL||99% Full||Sprayed Once to Test / Brand New; No Box||$175||Niche|
|110||Maison Crivelli||Bois Datchai||100mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$169||Niche|
|111||Maison Crivelli||Rose Saltifolia||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$159||Niche|
|112||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||724||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$365||Niche|
|113||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||724||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$165||Niche|
|114||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Amyris Femme||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$139||Niche|
|115||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Amyris Femme Extrait||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$165||Niche|
|116||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Amyris Femme Extrait Special Edition Bottle||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$245||Niche|
|117||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Aqua Celestia||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$115||Niche|
|118||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Aqua Celestia Cologne Forte||200mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$279||Niche|
|119||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Aqua Celestia Cologne Forte||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$149||Niche|
|120||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Aqua Celestia Forte||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$159||Niche|
|121||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Aqua Universalis Cologne Forte||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$119||Niche|
|122||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Aqua Universalis EdT||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$219||Niche|
|123||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Aqua Vitae||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$219||Niche|
|124||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Aqua Vitae Cologne Forte||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$119||Niche|
|125||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Aqua Vitae Forte EdP||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$159||Niche|
|126||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Baccarat Rouge 540 EdP||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$205||Niche|
|127||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Baccarat Rouge 540 EdP||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$409||Niche|
|128||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Gentle Fluidity Gold||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$165||Niche|
|129||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Grand Soir||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$170||Niche|
|130||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||L'eau a La Rose||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$129||Niche|
|131||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||L'eau a la Rose||35mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box.||$90||Niche|
|132||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||L'homme A la Rose||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$159||Niche|
|133||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Oud EdP||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$170||Niche|
|134||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Oud Extrait||10mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$35||Niche|
|135||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Oud Satin Mood EdP||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box.||$190||Niche|
|136||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Petit Matin||70mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$145||Niche|
|137||Maison Francis Kurkdjian||Petit Matin||200mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$350||Niche|
|138||Maison Lancome||Orange Bigarades||100mL||100% Full||Full presentation with Box||$229||Niche|
|139||Mark Birley||Charles Street||75mL||97% Full||Travel Version||$90||Niche|
|140||Masque Milano||Tango||35mL||99% Full||$90||Niche|
|141||Memo Paris||French Leather||75mL||100% Full||Tester; No Cap||$135||Niche|
|142||Memo Paris||Inle||75mL||100% Full||Tester; No Cap||$135||Niche|
|143||Memo Paris||Italian Leather||75mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box or Cap||$135||Niche|
|144||Memo Paris||Lailabella||75mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box; No Cap||$135||Niche|
|145||Memo Paris||Marfa||75mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box; No Cap||$135||Niche|
|146||Memo Paris||Moon Fever||75mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box; No Cap||$135||Niche|
|147||Memo Paris||Oriental Leather||75mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box; No Cap||$135||Niche|
|148||Mind Games||Caissa||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$250||Niche|
|149||Mind Games||Gardez (Black Queen)||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$225||Niche|
|150||Mind Games||J'Adoube||100mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$299||Niche|
|151||Mind Games||Scholar's Mate||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$225||Niche|
|152||Mizensir||Cologne de Figuer||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box.||$175||Niche|
|153||Mizensir||Cologne de Matte||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box.||$175||Niche|
|154||Mizensir||Ideal Oud||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$165||Niche|
|155||Mizensir||Mythique Vetiver||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box.||$175||Niche|
|156||Mizensir||Sweet Prailine||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$165||Niche|
|157||Mizensir||Bois de Mysore||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$165||Niche|
|158||Mona di Orio||Cuir||75mL||99% Full||No Box||$120||Niche|
|159||Oliver and Co.||M.O.U.S.S.E.||50mL||99% Full||Limited Edition 87/133||$110||Niche|
|160||Parfums de Nicolai||Patchouli Intense||100mL||98% Full||Full Presentation||$119||Niche|
|161||Perris Monte Carlo||Tuberuese Absolue||100mL||99% Full||No Box||$99||Niche|
|162||Pomare's Stolen Perfume||Angel's Share||9mL||70% Full||No Box||$40||Niche|
|163||Roja Dove||Apex Discovery Atomizer||7.5mL||99% Full||$50||Niche|
|164||Roja Dove||Creation-E Essence de Parfum||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$165||Niche|
|165||Roja Dove||Scandal Essence de Parfum||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$165||Niche|
|166||Roman Monegal||L'eau de Rose||50mL||97% Full||$70||Niche|
|167||Santa Maria Novella||Sandalo||100mL||95% Full||No Box||$80||Niche|
|168||The Harmonist||Desired Earth Eau de Parfum||50mL||100% Full||Brand new, Sealed||$219||Niche|
|169||The Harmonist||Magnetic Wood Parfum||50mL||100% Full||BNIB Sealed||$229||Niche|
|170||Tom Ford||Beau de Jour||1000mL||100% Full||Sealed Dramming Bottle||$1,000||Niche|
|171||Tom Ford||Ebene Fume||250mL||99% Full||Decanter; No Box||$750||Niche|
|172||Tom Ford||Ebene Fume||50mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$170||Niche|
|173||Tom Ford||Fougere Platine||250mL||90% Full||Decanter; No Box||$625||Niche|
|174||Tom Ford||Fougere Platine||1000mL||100% Full||Sealed Dramming Bottle||$1,000||Niche|
|175||Tom Ford||Fucking Fabulous||250mL||99% Full||Decanter; No Box||$750||Niche|
|176||Tom Ford||Fucking Fabulous||50mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$180||Niche|
|177||Tom Ford||Grey Vetiver Parfum||100mL||100% Full||Sealed, New in Box||$170||Niche|
|178||Tom Ford||Oud Fleur||1000mL||100% Full||Sealed Dramming Bottle||$1,000||Niche|
|179||Tom Ford||Oud Wood||250mL||99% Full||Decanter; No Box||$750||Niche|
|180||Tom Ford||Rose de Chine||50mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$175||Niche|
|181||Tom Ford||Rose Prick||100mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$269||Niche|
|182||Tom Ford||Soleil Blanc EdP||50mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$140||Niche|
|183||Tom Ford||Soleil Brulant||50mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$145||Niche|
|184||Tom Ford||Soleil Neige||1000mL||100% Full||Sealed Dramming Bottle||$850||Niche|
|185||Tom Ford||Tobacco Oud||50mL||95% Full||No Box||$180||Niche|
|186||Tom Ford||Tobacco Vanille||50mL||90% Full||Full Presentation with Box||$155||Niche|
|187||Tom Ford||Tuscan Leather||50mL||100% Full||Magnetic Cap Decant||$119||Niche|
|188||Tom Ford||Vert des Bois||1000mL||100% Full||Sealed Dramming Bottle||$900||Niche|
|189||Tom Ford||White Suede||1000mL||100% Full||Sealed Dramming Bottle||$850||Niche|
|190||TVGA||Milestones Extrait||9mL||90% Full||No Box||$40||Niche|
|191||Washington Tremlett||Black Tie||100mL||95% Full||$125||Niche|
|192||Yves Saint Laurent||Tuxedo||250mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$375||Niche|
|193||Acqua di Parma||Arancia Di Capri||150mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$65||Designer|
|194||Acqua di Parma||Colonia EdC||100mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$75||Designer|
|195||Acqua di Parma||Colonia Intensa||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$65||Designer|
|196||Aqua di Parma||Magnolia Nobile||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$115||Designer|
|197||Caron||Pour un Homme de Caron Le Matin||125mL||100% Full||Opened to test, sprayed once||$69||Designer|
|198||Caron||Pour un Homme de Caron Le Soir||125mL||100% Full||Opened to test, sprayed once||$69||Designer|
|199||Caron||Pour Un Homme Impact Parfum||75mL||97% Full||No Box||$175||Designer|
|200||Chanel||Allure Homme Sport - Aftershave Balm||100mL||99% Full||No Box||$65||Designer|
|201||Chanel||Allure Pour Femme EdT||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$65||Designer|
|202||Chanel||Antaeus||100mL||85% Full||Silver Sprayer||$125||Designer|
|203||Chanel||Bleu de Chanel - Aftershave Balm||100mL||99% Full||No Box, Minor Cosmetic Damage||$55||Designer|
|204||Chanel||Bleu de Chanel - Aftershave Lotion||100mL||99% Full||No Box, Minor Cosmetic Damage||$55||Designer|
|205||Chanel||Bleu de Chanel Parfum||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$130||Designer|
|206||Chanel||Chance Eau Tendre EdP||50mL||90% Full||Tester; No Box||$90||Designer|
|207||Chanel||Chance Eau Tendre EdT||150mL||99% Full||Tester; No Box||$120||Designer|
|208||Chanel||Coco EdP||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$85||Designer|
|209||Chanel||Coco Mademoiselle - Moisturizing Body Lotion||200mL||99% Full||No Box||$55||Designer|
|210||Chanel||Coco Mademoiselle EdP||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$90||Designer|
|211||Chanel||Coco Mademoiselle EdT||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$65||Designer|
|212||Chanel||Coco Mademoiselle L'eau Privee||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$90||Designer|
|213||Chanel||Cristalle Eau Vert EdT Concentree||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$135||Designer|
|214||Chanel||Cristalle EdP||50mL||95% Full||Tester; No Box||$135||Designer|
|215||Chanel||No. 19||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$115||Designer|
|216||Chanel||No. 5 Eau Premiere||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$85||Designer|
|217||Chanel||No. 5 EdP||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$85||Designer|
|218||Chanel||Platinum Egoiste||75mL||99% Full||SPLASH, NOT SPRAY Older Formulation||$125||Designer|
|219||Christian Dior||Dior Homme Sport - 2017 Version||125mL||99% Full||Tester; No Box Batch Code is 6Y02||$89||Designer|
|220||Christian Dior||J'adore in Joy EdT||100mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap, No Box||$60||Designer|
|221||Floris||007||100mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap, No Box||$100||Designer|
|222||Floris||A Rose For...||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box.||$65||Designer|
|223||Floris||Cefiro||100mL||100% Full||Tester with Cap, No Box||$59||Designer|
|224||Floris||Lily of the Valley||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box.||$65||Designer|
|225||Gucci||Gucci Guilty Absolute||90mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$70||Designer|
|226||Guerlain||Habit Rouge L'instinct||100mL||99% Full||Sprayed once||$84||Designer|
|227||Guerlain||L'instant de Guerlain Pour Homme EXTREME||10mL||100% Full||VINTAGE BLACK RIM - DECANT||$50||Designer|
|228||Hermes||Twilly||80mL||100% Full||Tester; No Box||$65||Designer|
|229||Jo Malone||Amber & Lavender||30mL||90% Full||No Box||$52||Designer|
|230||Jo Malone||English Oak & Redcurrant||30mL||80% Full||No Box||$49||Designer|
|231||Jo Malone||English Pear & Freesia||100mL||100% Full||Brand New with Gift Box and Gift Set (Body Wash, Body Lotion)||$180||Designer|
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|233||Jo Malone||Velvet Rose and Oud Cologne Intense||50mL||99% Full||Tester; No Box||$90||Designer|
|234||Thierry Mugler||A*MEN||100mL||99% Full||Rubber Flask; No Box||$75||Designer|
|235||Thierry Mugler||A*MEN Ultra Zest||100mL||85-90% Full||Rubber Flask; No Box||$250||Designer|
|236||Tom Ford||Costa Azzura Parfum||50mL||100% Full||Brand New, Sealed||$130||Designer|
|237||Amouage||Cristal and Gold Ladies||50mL||95% Full||Vintage, Incredibly hard to find. Full presentation in nice condition||$399||Vintage|
|238||Cartier||Santos EdT||100mL||100% Full||Spray; Refill.||$299||Vintage|
|239||Chanel||Egoiste Cologne Concentree||100mL||97% Full||Bottle Only||$399||Vintage|
|240||Chanel||Gardenia EdT||100mL||100% Full||Vintage; Sealed||$390||Vintage|
|241||Crabtree & Evelyn||Crabtree & Evelyn Extract of West Indian and Sicilian Limes||125mL||100% Full||Full presentation with Box||$209||Vintage|
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|243||Escada||Pour Homme Aftershave||75mL||100% Full||BNIB Sealed||$165||Vintage|
|244||Escada||Pour Homme Aftershave||125mL||100% Full||BNIB Sealed||$240||Vintage|
|245||Floris||Bay Rum||3.5 Oz||97% Full||Vintage; Splash. "Use as a cologne, after shave lotion, or hair lotion."||$84||Vintage|
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|251||Gucci||Rush for Men||50mL||100% Full||Full Presentation; These do not come fully filled||$190||Vintage|
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|253||Guerlain||Heritage EdT||200mL||100% Full||New; Vintage; Splash. 1991 Bottle.||$225||Vintage|
|254||Guerlain||Samrasa EdP||50mL||100% Full||No Box||$109||Vintage|
|255||Guerlain||Samsara EdT 1992-1993 Formulation||100mL||100% Full||Tester; No Cap; No Box||$109||Vintage|
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|259||Nino Cerruti||Fair Play Pour Homme||100mL||99% Full||Full presentation with Box||$275||Vintage|
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|262||Revillon||Pour Homme Eau de Toilette Super Concentrate||60mL||99% Full||Atomizer||$190||Vintage|
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2023.06.06 22:19 welshAJB Music festivals/concerts in Cardiff central area?
2023.06.06 22:18 welshAJB Any sort of concerts/festivals in Cardiff for me and a friend to go to?
2023.06.06 22:11 BeginningAgency9035 this is my hair! what should i do next?
so i started out with a peekaboo red do through 2021 to 2022 (no rhyme intended there hahaha) and have since bleached it blonde! my ideal goal since 2020 was to have it an icy white but as you can see my natural hair colour is much darker and more difficult to work with, especially when DIYing! for a brief stint of time i also painted some purple in there and afterwards i had a pink moment but truly that isn't something i want to go back to. i have a few concerts coming up so i've been rolling around the idea of bringing the purple back but i will be vacationing at the end of the month and would looooooooveeeeee to do a platinum blonde moment with my bleached pieces. also open to other suggestions, just bored of the 900 different shades of bleached hair I've got going on right now (refer to third pic) 🤣submitted by BeginningAgency9035 to HairDye [link] [comments]
2023.06.06 21:00 LiteraryHedgehog Megathread: Nightmare Valley Event, June 6-9
2023.06.06 20:19 jimbobbypaul Ranking the Top 131 FBS Programs of the Last 40 Years: 80. Appalachian State
1. 2019: 11. Appalachian State: 13-1 (33.774) 2. 2018: 16. Appalachian State: 11-2 (23.951) 3. 2015: 25. Appalachian State: 11-2 (19.956) 4. 2016: 23. Appalachian State: 10-3 (18.676) 5. 2021: 34. Appalachian State: 10-4 (11.872) 6. 2020: 27. Appalachian State: 9-3 (10.207) 7. 2017: 41. Appalachian State: 9-4 (5.885) 8. 2022: 72. Appalachian State: 6-6 (-11.144) 9. 2014: 73. Appalachian State: 7-5 (-12.051) Overall Score: 10445 (80th)
2023.06.06 20:17 Joadzilla The alt-right economy is failing. Here’s the real performance of anti-woke entrepreneurs
In commenting on Bob Iger’s defense of Disney’s values and brand in the face of threats from Florida Governor DeSantis, Nike CEO John Donahoe said, “I think Bob’s doing a great job at this. If it’s core to who you are and your values, then you stand up for your values.”
That spirit has been rewarded by the free market. Across many fronts, we have shown in quantitative analysis of business performance that doing good for society is not at the expense of doing well for shareholders, with clear examples ranging from Russian business exits to public engagement on voting rights.
Yet still, grandstanding political ideologues are using opportunistic attacks on iconic U.S. enterprises to showcase their own nascent anti-ESG businesses, and reportedly build a “parallel economy” catering to conservative constituencies. But far from flourishing, an objective review of the facts suggests these anti-wokester jokesters are financially foundering.
One little-known index fund provider, the American Conservative Values ETF (ACVF), recently received a flurry of media attention for boycotting Target over what they described as its “pandering to the woke agenda,” confidently declaring that their boycott of Target will ensure “Target stock’s long-term performance will suffer.”
Target stock is down, but in reality, the fund’s total holdings of Target amount to just $100,000–equivalent to the revenue that Target nets every 20 seconds. In fact, ACVF’s total assets under management are a rather measly $40 million–and many of their other “boycotted” companies–including iconic All-American enterprises such as Apple, Microsoft, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, Disney, Walmart, Coca-Cola, Salesforce, and JPMorgan–have performed quite well since being targeted by ACVF. Delta is up 10% this year, American is up 15% this year, Microsoft and Apple are both up over 40% this year and Salesforce is up 60%. Thanks in part to missing out on these top-performing stocks, ACVF is underperforming the S&P 500 by over 2% this year through June 1. No wonder even politically conservative investors stay away from these anti-woke ETFs.
ACVF’s struggles rather pale in comparison to those of its much larger and better-known rival, presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy’s Strive Asset Management. We have contacted both firms about our findings by phone and email, but their representatives directed us to figures published on their respective websites, which we checked–and double-checked.
The business models of both Strive and ACVF are similar: They construct exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, for mom-and-pop retail investors to passively track a basket of stocks, matching rather than trying to beat the broader market. Unlike hedge funds, these ETF providers do not care if the stocks go up, down, or sideways–rather, they get their money from fees charged on anyone who has their money in a Strive ETF. Most ETFs are very low-fee products–but the anti-woke ETFs come at a premium. BlackRock ETFs, for example, usually charge around 0.03% fees. Strive’s fees are comparatively higher at up to 0.41%–but nothing compared to ACVF’s 0.75% fee.
To survive over the long run, these nascent ETF providers need to continually attract new money from mom-and-pop investors. And that is exactly what it appears they are struggling to do. All the evidence, out in the open, shows that Strive has had a hard time attracting additional investor inflows beyond its original anchor investors after the launch of its ETFs last year. Its assets under management appear to have stagnated despite Ramaswamy’s loud media presence.
For example, its largest flagship ETF, the Strive US Energy ETF (DRLL), has almost exactly the same amount of assets under management (AUM) as of June 1, $320 million, that it did when it was launched in August/September 2022, and its AUM is down nearly 25% from the start of this year.
Fully half of Strive’s eight current ETF products–including the Strive 1000 Growth ETF, the Strive 1000 Value ETF, the Strive 1000 Dividend Growth ETF, and the Strive Small-Cap ETF–have less than $12 million assets under management each, which is microscopic relative to the industry standard–and less than the average compensation of a single major CEO at most companies.
Thus it is hardly surprising that some of the most admired CEOs are flippantly swatting away Strive’s attempts at “activism.” Ramaswamy has become the court jester of corporate governance. The mere mention of his name brings anything from smirks to outright gales of laughter amongst some corporate audiences.
One hopes that Strive is not on a path to fail as badly as some of Ramaswamy’s previous ventures, such as Axovant, a Ramaswamy-founded company whose stock price plunged from $200 to 40 cents, or Campus Venture Networks, Ramaswamy’s much-hyped undergraduate startup which, despite his self-aggrandizement, he apparently sold for just a few thousand dollars, if his tax returns are correct. Even one of Strive’s biggest financial backers, Bill Ackman, is apparently embarrassed and rushing to disavow Ramaswamy. Meanwhile, Strive is reduced to seeking “consulting contract” handouts from friendly politicos. Perhaps this helps explain why Ramaswamy is running his longshot Presidential campaign: Nothing turns around sagging business fortunes quite like a new burst of free publicity!
It is not only in high finance that these “parallel economy” startups are flailing. Attempts to build a new alt-right media ecosystem are similarly landing with a thud.
Perhaps most infamously, Donald Trump’s much-hyped Truth Social alt-platform has imploded in value, with its SPAC packaging (ticker DWAC) shares falling from $95 to $13 even as the former president flails away on this otherwise quiet platform. Alt-right social media rivals such as Gab and GabPay are struggling to gain traction, begging for donations through crowdsourced funding, while provocateur Alex Jones and his Infowars declared bankruptcy after a record $1 billion verdict for the Sandy Hook families. More prominently, One America News has now been dropped by every major cable operator, partially driven by low audiences, while its behemoth rival Fox’s struggles are just beginning after the record $787.5 million Dominion settlement–with its board reportedly becoming weary of deviating too far from the mainstream.
Efforts to expand the alt-right parallel economy across digital services and even physical goods are running straight into the ground as well. Virtually all major retailers from Bed Bath & Beyond to Walmart to Kohl’s to Costco have cut ties with Mike Lindell’s MyPillow, which just months ago closed its last in-person retail mall store while losing $100 million, according to Lindell himself. Former Trump personnel director Johnny McEntee’s project–an alt-right dating site, “The Right Stuff”–has been lambasted even by its core constituency, with its mostly men frustrated by the lack of women users, and its seed funding from Peter Thiel is reportedly scheduled to run out in the next few months.
To a hammer, everything looks like a nail; and the exertions of some anti-woke activists in extrapolating politicized rhetoric into the economy can stretch into caricature. Strangely, the struggles of the nation’s regional banks, such as SVB, Signature, and First Republic, were superstitiously blamed on “wokeism” and the facts–that these less diversified banks were unprepared for the Fed’s interest rate hikes and that larger, equally “woke” banks were better insulated from these interest rate swings–were ignored. This month, even the conservative New York Post was bewildered by the sudden ire this month of anti-wokesters targeting the privately owned, very spiritual, Christian values-guided restaurant chain Chick-fil-A because, years ago, they promoted a longstanding internal HR executive to oversee diversity and equal opportunity.
Despite positioning themselves as reverent guardians of free markets against government and social overreach, many anti-wokester jokesters seem to have forgotten the most basic requirement of capitalism: to make a profit. Ironically, the free market delivers the most condemning verdict of all. The favorite “woke” targets of anti-ESG activists continue to soar to record economic heights, effortlessly shrugging off anti-woke attacks.
Clearly, despite all the hype and drama, there is little financial threat to mainstream business posed by the anti-woke economy. It’s not a genuine parallel economy–these are scattered cases of ideological grifters and struggling entrepreneurs. Their real talent seems to lie in fast-talking media platforms into giving them an undeserved platform to unfairly target iconic pillars of U.S. enterprise. But as these anti-wokester jokesters struggle to gain financial traction, the numbers will continue to disprove their claims.
2023.06.06 18:24 ffffffffffffffffffun America’s Largest Semiconductor Companies
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2023.06.06 16:36 CP4-Throwaway Reasons why _ borns are definitely Generation _ By Life Stages: Analysis (Series #5: Reasons why 1998 borns are definitely Millennials)
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Reasons why 1998 borns are definitely MillennialsLife stages (these are not objective life stages but just what's going to be used for this analysis):
0-4 = Unconscious child
4-10 = Conscious child
10-18 = Adolescent (child by legality)
18-34 = Young adult
34-50 = Average adult (not needed since this cohort will not reach that stage until 2032)
Life Stage #1: Unconscious child = c. 1998-2002
They were born during the baby bust birthrate drop during the mid-late 90s. They were also born in the midst of the Clinton administration, along with the Monica Lewinsky scandal, right in the middle of the DotCom Bubble internet boom, during the peak of the 90s prosperity and optimism that the US experienced. They were born during what many would call "the peak of human civilization". They didn't become conscious until George W. Bush was in office and 9/11 had already happened, as well as the War On Terror commencing.
Their unconscious childhood years took place at the turn of the millennium, during the final days of the post-Cold War "End of History" prosperous atmosphere in the United States, along with the launches of the Gameboy Color (1998), and Windows 98 came out the year this cohort was born. The 5th generation of gaming was still the priority as the N64 & PS1 were at its peak, but it was the beginning of the transition into the 6th generation of gaming as the Sega Dreamcast came out (1999 US release, 1998 in Japan), followed by the PlayStation 2 (2000), Nintendo GameCube, Gameboy Advance (2001). Not to mention that Sega dropped out of the console race and Microsoft entered the console race and debuted with the XBOX the same year (2001). Michael Jackson released his final album Invincible (2001). Shows like Dawson's Creek, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Friends were the most popular shows during this timespan, right after Seinfeld had ended the year they were born and the Simpsons also started to suck then too. In the scale of current events, their unconscious childhood took place during the impeachment of President Clinton (1999), Columbine shooting (1999), optimism/hype for the new millennium, Y2K scare (1999), colloquial turn of the millennium and its respective celebrations (1999-2000), the Bush v. Gore election (2000), the actual turn of the millennium (2000-2001), the inauguration of GWB (2001), the September 11th attacks (2001), Anthrax scare (2001), Afghanistan War and beginning of the War on Terror (2001), TSA & Patriot Act (2001), No Child Left Behind Act (2001), the introduction of the Euro, DC Sniper shootings (2002), Iraq War WMD rumors (2002), and Department of Homeland Security formation (2002). This is a pretty Millennial time to be born, contrary to popular belief.
Age 0 - 1998/1999
Age 1 - 1999/2000
Age 2 - 2000/2001
Age 3 - 2001/2002
Age 4 - 2002
Life stage #2: Conscious child = c. 2002-2008
They were a conscious child during the Aughts. They became conscious during the post-9/11 pessimistic atmosphere and national patriotism being at an all-time high. Their first vivid memory probably involved something related to WMDs or international affairs in the Middle East in general, or probably watching either Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network or some kids-related program, whether it was Rugrats, Spongebob, Fairly Oddparents, Arthur, Lizzie McGuire, Powerpuff Girls, etc.
They were children during a not so good time in America, let alone the whole world. 9/11 had just happened, and because of that, it caused a huge lockdown on airport security, and it's been that way ever since. Events that happened were the establishment of DHS, DC Sniper attacks (2002), Afghanistan and Iraq Wars, DVD overtaking VHS and becoming the hottest attraction, the birth of social media with MySpace and Facebook (and arguably Friendster), 2004 election, Web 1.0 becoming Web 2.0 (2004), Hurricane Katrina (2005), 7/7 London bombings (2005), Pluto no longer being a planet (2006), Housing bubble burst (2006ish), introduction of Blu-Ray (2006ish), HD-DVD (2006-2008), the commercial death of VHS (2006 officially, 2008 unofficially), the iPhone launch (2007), CRTs being overtaken by HDTVs (2007), and none other than the Great Recession (2007-2009) and Obama v. McCain election (2008).
They were also children during the Yu-Gi-Oh! fandom era and the dying days of Pokemon's golden era, as well as the Silver and Bronze ages of Nickelodeon, the golden and silver ages of Cartoon Network (Powerhouse era, followed by the CN City and Fall eras), and the peak of Disney Channel (golden age of DCOMs, peak of Pixar, peak of live action sitcoms). They probably could've went with their parents to see movies like the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Daddy Day Care, The Cat in the Hat, Austin Powers, Are We There Yet?, Cars, etc. They were probably busy on their XBOX playing Halo, GameCube playing Super Smash Bros. Melee, or their PS2 playing GTA San Andreas. Speaking of video games, this was the prime 6th generation of video game consoles, as well as the early days of the 7th generation of video games, thanks to the releases of the Nintendo DS (2004), PSP (2005), Xbox 360 (2005), PlayStation 3 and Wii (2006).
Their childhood would be dominated by the rise of reality TV, thanks to shows like Survivor, The Osbournes, The Simple Life, Pimp My Ride, MTV Cribs, Punk'd, Keeping it Up with the Kardashians, etc. On a side note, in terms of kid shows, they would've been old enough to catch reruns of The Amanda Show and Even Stevens, but young enough for iCarly and Hannah Montana. Perfect age for Drake & Josh and Zoey 101. If they were watching the NBA, they would've witnessed the rise of the 2003 draft class (Lebron, DWade, Carmelo) and the primes of Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant. If they were watching pro-wrestling, would've caught the entire Ruthless Aggression era, and if they watched the NFL, witnessed the Patriots dynasty at work. They would've been some of the last to remember a world before social media and broadband internet. This childhood experience screams Millennial, but specifically second-wave Millennial, a.k.a. "Echo Buster" or "Zillennial".
Age 4 - 2002/2003
Age 5 - 2003/2004
Age 6 - 2004/2005
Age 7 - 2005/2006
Age 8 - 2006/2007
Age 9 - 2007/2008
Age 10 - 2008
Life stage #3: Adolescent = c. 2008-2016
Their adolescence began during the return of pop music being at the forefront of the mainstream music, thanks to the "electropop" club boom, with the likes of Katy Perry and Lady Gaga leading it. They would've caught the dying days of rock's relevance in the mainstream and emo being relevant. Later on in their adolescence, other musical genres like dubstep, EDM, indie pop, Chicago drill, trap/mumble rap, etc. would dominate. The internet had fully taken over at this point, and technology was at a massive transition at this time. Dial-up internet became fully replaced by broadband, fast-speed internet. Web 2.0 became the norm, social media was officially the norm now with MySpace's dominance, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Vine, Instagram, and Snapchat, most households acquired flat screen HDTVs and gradually got rid of all their CRTs, digital tech would fully replace analog tech, VHS would completely die, Blu-ray peaked during this time and DVDs were still very relevant. This would be the last era of dominance for cable television before streaming would take over. Blockbuster would go out of business thanks to the popularity of Netflix.
On the current event scale, their adolescence began with the 2008 financial collapse (killing off the era of ultra-consumerism and McMansions), a black president taking office, 2007-08 Writers Guild of America strike, H1N1 crisis, death of Michael Jackson (2009), Affordable Care Act (2010), death of Osama Bin Laden, Occupy Wall Street, and end of Iraq War (2011), death of fellow 1995 cohort Trayvon Martin (2012) which launched the BLM movement (2013), KONY 2012, Aurora shootings, Hurricane Sandy, and the Sandy Hook shootings (2012), Mayan predictions of the 2012 apocalypse, the Crimean annexation (2013-2014), ISIS (2014), Ferguson riots (2014-2015), legalization of gay marriage in all 50 states (2015), Trump announcing his run for office (2015), Paris attacks (2015), Brexit (2016), and the Trump v. Clinton election (2016).
They grew up during the era of John Cena, Kanye West, Rihanna, Drake, Justin Bieber, Soulja Boy, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Jonas Brothers, Randy Orton, Batista, LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Big Time Rush, One Direction, Lorde, etc. Their "coming of age" films probably would've been Easy A, Prom, 21 & 22 Jump Street, The Duff, and the Edge of Seventeen, and especially Diary of a Wimpy Kid would be the best representation of their middle school years in the late 00s-early 10s, as well as the "coming of age" shows like Degrassi, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Glee, 16 & Pregnant, Shameless, Gossip Girl, Pretty Little Liars, iCarly, Victorious, etc.
They would've still been old enough to experience COD during its peak from 2009-2013, and would be old enough to be in those Modern Warfare 2 lobbies on Xbox 360 (if you know, you know), as well as being relatively young enough to play some Minecraft in its early stages. They were the prime age of teenagers playing GTA V. Speaking of gaming, they would've been adolescents during the late 7th and early 8th generations of gaming, as gaming started to decline in quality as time went on. This adolescent experience is still pretty Millennial, to be honest.
Age 10 - 2008/2009
Age 11 - 2009/2010
Age 12 - 2010/2011
Age 13 - 2011/2012
Age 14 - 2012/2013
Age 15 - 2013/2014
Age 16 - 2014/2015
Age 17 - 2015/2016
Age 18 - 2016
Life stage #4: Young adulthood = c. 2016-present
Their young adulthood was very radical, socially speaking. Their young adulthood would witness many social movements like a huge uptick in third wave feminism and women right's movements, #MeToo, a radicalization in political beliefs as things get wackier (think of Matt Walsh's "What is a Woman" for an example, pronouns, men participating in female sports, and woke culture in general), and of course cancel culture being a thing. This was the peak of polarization and everyday people became more divided then ever. Their young adulthood conveniently commenced around the time of the 2016 presidential election, being the youngest members to vote in that election. The Trump administration in itself was very interesting to witness as a young adult. Mass shootings increased with Isla Vista, Orlando nightclub, Las Vegas, and Parkland to name a few. Climate change started to become talked about as a problem or major issue by many political figures and talking heads. Trump would become impeached twice, which was never seen before in a presidency. Their young adulthoods would get even crazier as the Covid pandemic came about, with the threat of WW3, Kobe Bryant dying, BLM at its peak with the death of George Floyd, the infamous 2020 election, vaccine rollout, polarization increasing, Russia-Ukraine wars, death of Queen Elizabeth and coronation of King Charles, rise of AI with the launch of ChatGPT, popularity of NFTs and the rise of the "Metaverse", an incoming recession thanks to the Silicon Valley Bank going bankrupt and the rise of Central Bank Digital Currency with the FedNow releasing in July 2023, etc. And their young adulthood is still ongoing, being that they are currently 24-25 years old.
Since they are still young adults, they are in their "core prominence" and their main influence/impact in the realm of pop culture. Many musical genres like tropical house, EDM, trap, mumble rap, Soundcloud rap, emo rap, melodic rap, drill, bedroom pop, retro pop, and many more, emerged during this time period. Shows like The Middle, Modern Family, The Goldbergs, Empire, Power, Better Call Saul, Game of Thrones, Cobra Kai, Stranger Things, Riverdale, etc., were/are pretty popular shows and/or cultural powerhouses of entertainment, followed by the MCU. Most of this cohort are still prolonging to have kids but more of them are starting to get married and have kids, so eventually there will be an uptick of them raising families, however, not anytime soon.
Age 18 - 2016/2017
Age 19 - 2017/2018
Age 20 - 2018/2019
Age 21 - 2019/2020
Age 22 - 2020/2021
Age 23 - 2021/2022
Age 24 - 2022/2023 (currently)
Age 25 - 2023 (currently)
Good representations of the 1998 cohort:
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2023.06.06 16:30 Scary_Forever_6448 Bill to Stop Employees Confronting Shoplifters Passed by California Senate
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Lawmakers in California are hoping to push through controversial legislation that would ban retail staff from stopping thieves stealing from their stores.
Senate Bill 553, which was submitted by State Senator Dave Cortese, has been passed by the State Senate and will now progress to policy committees in the State Assembly. Cortese hopes the proposed law will prevent workplace violence and protect staff from being forced by their employers to step-in during robberies. But some store bosses are furious about the plans, with the California Retailers Association mocking the move as an open invitation for thieves "to come in and steal."
The political wrangling in California comes just weeks after Home Depot security guard Blake Mohs, 26, was shot to death during an attempted robbery in Pleasanton, California. Other cities in the state are also facing their own problems as they attempt to deal with lawlessness.
San Francisco has been gripped by a crimewave that has seen Whole Foods close its downtown location after just a year of business, with bosses saying they were unable to "ensure the safety" of their staff in the city. Nordstrom followed suit by leaving the city this month, but many smaller businesses have had no choice but to remain, despite attacks on their premises.
The proposed new laws come as stores have blamed shoplifting for hitting their businesses, with Target issuing a statement in November blaming "organized retail crime" for an eye-watering $400 million loss in its profits in 2022.
Cortese, a Democrat representing much of Santa Clara County in the heart of Silicon Valley, told Newsweek: "SB 553 is focused on protecting employees. The bill does not prohibit employees from stopping theft. It does prevent employers from asking non-security personnel to confront a person involved in criminal activity. We don't want rank and file employees to be forced to place themselves in harm's way."
During an interview with Fox 2/KTVU, he said: "More recently, we've seen another spike in retail violence; [At] Safeways, Home Depots, it just seems to be happening every other day... What we're saying in the bill is it's not ok for employers to take a rank-and-file worker, somebody whose job is really something else... and say, 'Hey, you know, if there's an intruder we're going to deputize you to intervene.' People get hurt and often killed that way."
A statement issued by Cortese's office noted that assaults in stores rose during the pandemic, citing 2022 analysis by the New York Times, which found that assaults in grocery stores increased by 63 percent from 2018 to 2020, and assaults in convenience stores grew by 75 percent. The statement added that workplace violence is the second leading cause of fatal occupational injury.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that workplace violence affects nearly 2 million workers each year, with female staff suffering from higher rates of nonfatal injuries than their male counterparts.
A retail security survey published in 2022 by the National Retail Federal (NRF) also suggested the issue may be getting worse. The annual survey of the retail industry's loss prevention professionals found that "retail shrink is an almost $100 billion problem."
According to the survey, retailers blamed "external theft" for the greatest portion of "shrink" at 37 percent, while 28.5 percent was deemed to be the result of "employee/internal theft." The difference was made up by various factors, including processing and control failures. The survey found that 37.9 percent of respondents replied that no associates were allowed to apprehend shoplifters in their organizations.
The California bill, if enacted in law, would require employers to provide active-shooter training to workers, keep a log of any violent incidents, and allow companies to apply for workplace violence restraining orders.
SB 553 is not targeted at—and does not affect—trained security guards. In fact, the bill highlights the need for dedicated safety personnel.
But Rachel Michelin, president of the California Retailers Association, told Fox 2/KTVU: "This bill goes way too far, number one, where I think it will open the doors even wider for people to come in and steal from our stores."
And she added that most stores already prevent ordinary workers from confronting shoplifters, saying that most hire employees specifically trained in theft prevention for that purpose. "It [the bill] says no employee can approach someone who's shoplifting, so even if someone is trained on how to deter someone from doing that, now they're not allowed to approach someone. So what does that mean? We are opening up the doors to allow people to just walk into stores, steal, and walk out."
Newsweek has reached out to the California Retailers Association for further information and comment. Several large retailers, including Target and Walmart, have also been approached for comment about the proposed law.
The bill is currently subject to adjustments as it progresses through the State Assembly's policy committees.
Update 6/6/23, 6:04 a.m. ET: This article was updated to include additional comments by State Senator Dave Cortese.
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2023.06.06 11:09 hnqn1611 TOP 10 Things to do in LAS VEGAS - [2023 Travel Guide]
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TOP 10 Things to do in LAS VEGAS - [2023 Travel Guide]
In this post, we'll show you the top 10 things to do in Las Vegas. The suggestions are based on our many trips to this entertainment capital of the World. Don't forget to like this post, subscribe to our channel, and enable notifications. And share your own experience or ask a question in the comments below. This post is sponsored by GetYourGuide, the best way to book experiences in Vegas and around the World. Find links to presented attractions in the description. And stick around until the end because we have a bonus for you. Here are our top 10 picks:
NUMBER 10: Linq Promenade This open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment district, the high-energy LINQ promenade offers an array of diverse experiences all in one place. The plaza features around 40 shops, restaurants, bars, a live music scene, and other exciting attractions. For an electrifying experience, ride the Fly LINQ Zipline right above the promenade. You can fly seated, superhero, frontward, or backward at up to 35 miles per hour. With 10 side-by-side ziplines, you can even fly together with your family or friends. Also, be sure to check out the High Roller Ferris wheel which offers 360-degree views of Las Vegas Valley. Take a 30-minute ride in one of its 28 cabins, or even select one of their open-bar cabins or yoga class high above Vegas.
NUMBER 9: Neon Museum Las Vegas The Neon Museum offers a collection of iconic Las Vegas neon and other signs that were taken down when businesses, casinos, and other famous landmarks were closed, demolished, or renovated. It includes pieces from the 1930s to the present day. Neon Museum features a visitors’ center located inside the former La Concha Motel lobby, Neon Boneyard Main Collection, and North Gallery - an additional site for special events. For a truly unique experience, visit Neon Museum by night when several of the signs light up. Of course, there are other museums in Vegas worth exploring, like the Mob Museum with an insight into the worldwide impact of organized crime or National Atomic Testing Museum showcasing U.S. nuclear weapons testing programs through rare artifacts, like a nuclear reactor, atomic weapons, etc.
NUMBER 8: Unique Stores Vegas is a place full of unique stores that you will hardly find anywhere else in the World. Taste Coca Cola products from around the World in the Coca Cola store, and personalize your candies with messages, colors, and Las Vegas images in M&M’s World located right across The Park. Or experience a chocolate wonderland in Hershey’s Chocolate World, located right next to the Brooklyn Bridge and New York-New York. And even when you want to get a cocktail on the street, choices in Vegas are slightly different from other places in the States. You can, for example, order a yard-dog drink in one of Fat Tuesdays locations and explore the strip with your drink in your hand.
NUMBER 7: Food Experiences Las Vegas offers plenty of buffets and fast-food options and is even one of America's premier culinary destinations. Located in the Cosmopolitan Block 16 Vegas Urban Food Hall showcases curated eateries based in different U.S. states. Indulge in various mouth-watering specialties along with craft coffee, tequila, cocktails, and other beverages. Or if you prefer Italian cuisine, you can even shop for fresh Italian groceries at this 24-hour upscale food hall. Eataly at Park MGM houses restaurants, takeaway counters, a cafe, bars, and more. There are plenty of other upscale dining options to choose from in this part of the city, such as Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen located in Caesar's Palace. If you prefer cheaper food options, explore Chinatown. Of course, there are many other unique bars and restaurants to discover. Check our travel guide for more suggestions. BTW, our mobile-friendly travel guide covers the top 20 things to do in Vegas and things to know before you visit, including itinerary suggestions and Google maps.
NUMBER 6: The Las Vegas Sign The “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign was built in 1959 and is considered to be the official southern end of the Las Vegas Strip. Betty Willis, visual artist, and graphic designer, intended to design a unique sign in its shape, style, and content. You can find other similar signs all over Las Vegas, like variation of the sign “Welcome to Fabolous Downtown Las Vegas” on Fremont Street.
NUMBER 5: Hotels and Casinos Vegas offers an array of extravagant resort hotels and casinos. Most of them are located on The Strip, an approximately 4.2-mile- long stretch of South Las Vegas Boulevard. The hotels feature miles of indoor shopping areas full of designer stores, fancy restaurants, casinos, and entertainment areas. From Paris with the iconic Eiffel Tower replica, the Venetian that uses real Venice as a basis for its design and even houses the famous Madame Tussauds Museum, to New York New York with Statue of Liberty replica, Vegas is full of famous world landmark inspired casinos. The enormous MGM Grand offers trendy clubs, luxurious Caesars Palace was the first themed resort along the Las Vegas Strip and if you prefer fancier hotels, choose Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas, Vdara Hotel & Spa or Aria Resort & Casino. You can you also explore the newest hotels, like Resorts World Las Vegas or Circa Resort & Casino. If you want to gamble, attend a pool party, or just relax by the pool, there's a ton of places where you can do that. Countless concerts, pool parties, and other exciting experiences take place in Vegas all the time, day and night. It is no secret that Las Vegas is considered the world capital of entertainment. Almost every big hotel in Vegas offers a famous show or a concert on a regular basis. And if you are in the mood for shopping, explore Grand Canal Shoppes located within The Venetian Resort or The Forum Shops at Caesars. There are plenty of others shopping destinations, like the upscale Shops at Crystals in CityCenter complex or Miracle Mile Shops.
NUMBER 4: Adventures From supercar driving experiences, or even more exciting adventures, like Ziplining - there are countless activities to choose from in Vegas, depending on your mood. You can even take a helicopter tour to experience Vegas from a different angle or go all the way to Hoover Dam. Although Vegas is considered the playground for adults, there is an abundance of fantastic activities for children. If you're looking for family fun and an amusement park vibe, don't skip Adventuredome located inside Circus Circus, an indoor theme park with fun rides, game arcades, and miniature golf. And that brings us to GetYourGuide - the sponsor of this video. When you book experiences, for instance, High Roller Ferris wheel, you can effortlessly do that with GetYourGuide. You can embark on a night hop-on hop-off bus tour, go crazy at party crawl or even book a day trip. The choices are practically limitless anywhere you go since GetYourGuide covers over 3600 destinations worldwide with over 60,000 curated experiences. You might even find things you never knew existed. You can also book your next experience using your phone with an easy-to-use app and have your tickets ready right away with no printing and free cancelation up to 24 hours before your activity. Download GetYourGuide now now and find your unforgettable experience in Vegas. The links are in the description.
NUMBER 3: SkyPod SkyPod, located in the The Strat Hotel, formerly the Stratosphere tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the U.S. and features one of the highest thrill rides in the World - X-Scream. Their SkyJump holds the Guinness World Record as the highest commercial decelerator descent facility.
NUMBER 2: AREA15 AREA15 is a destination, an experience, and a platform all in one, opened just a few years ago. It is supposed to be the first experiential retail-entertainment complex in the World. Besides its innovative technology, AREA15 offers experimental entertainment, live events, immersive shopping, extraordinary art installations and design elements, exciting dining options, and a customizable indoor and outdoor event space.
NUMBER 1: Downtown Las Vegas Downtown Las Vegas is an area located in the northern part of the city. Fremont Street is a street in downtown Las Vegas. It was the city’s original center and home to the first famous casinos, such as Binion’s Horseshoe, Eldorado Club, and Fremont Hotel and Casino. Part of the street is covered by an enormous LCD display featuring Viva Vision light shows, SlotZilla Zip Line, and concerts. Container Park is an open-air sustainable shopping complex that consists of boutiques, restaurants, bars, and galleries built from shipping containers.
Don’t skip a vast praying-mantis sculpture that shoots flames from its antennae. Of course, there are other interesting neighborhoods to discover, like bohemian Arts District, a vibrant cultural hub is located right next to Downtown or Chinatown with many shops and eateries. And here is the bonus that we promised. There are many impressive places around Vegas to discover. Don’t skip Hoover Dam, one of the largest dams in the World. When it was completed during Great Depression in 1936 it was the tallest dam in the World. Red Rock Canyon is another beautiful scenic area, a popular place for hiking, biking, and rock climbing. And if you have some time left, don’t skip Death Valley with Badwater Basin, the lowest point in North America. Continue to our video on things you should know before visiting Vegas.
2023.06.06 10:33 Meaning-Plenty After High Court's Third Intervention, Kashmir Man Detained Under PSA Finally Released
Manzoor Ahmad War said he had been “begging” the authorities for 15 months – when the high court ordered his release – to bring his son back to Kashmir, but in vain.https://m.thewire.in/article/rights/jammu-kashmir-psa-detention-high-court-muzamil-war
Despite ordering his release on two occasions, the Jammu and Kashmir high court has termed the incarceration of a youngster from North Kashmir at a jail in Uttar Pradesh as a “serious violation of fundamental rights.”
Following the court’s third intervention, the victim, Muzamil Manzoor War, 25, a resident of Baramulla’s Dangerpora village, was brought to Kashmir and produced before the high court on Monday, June 5.
He was shifted from Agra Central Jail to Kashmir more than 15 months after his detention under the Public Safety Act (PSA) was struck down by J&K high court. Under the PSA, which has been termed a “lawless law” by Amnesty International, a detainee can be held indefinitely without charges or trial.
The court had sought the personal appearance of the deputy commissioner (DC) of Baramulla in the case, observing that the continuing detention of War was a “disturbing scenario” which shows an attempt to “undermine the rule of law.”
“A prima facie case is made out of serious violation of the fundamental right of the petitioner as guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution of India,” the court observed while ordering the personal appearance of the Baramulla DC in the case.
In the letter dated August 2, 2022, the elder War had also urged the J&K administration to shift his son to Kashmir “on humanitarian grounds”, saying that he had no source of income to meet him at Agra. The letter noted that being a “member of a poor family”, his son was “also facing many hardships at Agra” as he has “never left the Kashmir Valley.”
However, he didn’t get any response from the administration, which is run directly by New Delhi after the Union government read down Article 370 on August 5, 2019.
The junior War, a student, was detained on August 17, 2020, under the “draconian” PSA on charges of posing a threat to the “security and sovereignty of the country”. According to court documents, accessed by The Wire, he was arrested in an Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act case by Sopore police station in north Kashmir under sections 20 (punishment for being member of terrorist organisation) and 23 (intent to aid terrorist organisation), and section 7/25 of Arms Act.
The J&K police claimed that War was arrested on February 22, 2020, when a team of security forces was carrying out random checking of vehicles in the Sopore area of Baramulla district following inputs about the movement of militants. The police also claimed to have recovered a grenade from his possession.
However, his father said that a team of security personnel raided their home on the night of January 20, 2022, a month before his son was officially shown to have been arrested. He said his son was detained by Special Operations Group, J&K police’s anti-terrorism unit, with the promise that he will be returned to the family “after some questions”.
“For three days, we had no idea where he was kept. Then the police acknowledged that he was in their custody and we were finally able to meet him after seven harrowing days. They told us he was using a VPN to access some banned sites because of which he was arrested,” War, a private-school teacher, told The Wire.
Nearly six months after his arrest, the then DC of Baramulla G.N. Itoo passed an order on August 17, 2020, to book the younger War under Section 8 (A) of the J&K Public Safety Act while accusing him of working against the security of the country.
The father, however, challenged the PSA order in the high court in the same year.
His counsel, advocate Shafqat Nazir, argued that the PSA order was “suffering from non-application of mind” on the part of the authorities, as his son was already in Baramulla jail at the time when the PSA order was approved.
Besides accusing the younger War of posing a threat to the national security and integrity of the country, the PSA detention order also stated that it was “necessary” to detain him under the PSA because “there was every possibility” that he may get bail from the court in FIR No 35.
However, the defence counsel told the court that War had not applied for bail in any court
"The respondents have not produced any cogent material, which would show reasons to justify the detention of the petitioner even when he was already in custody on the date of the passing of the (PSA) order,” the court ruled while ordering his release on February 11, 2022.
The jail authorities in Agra, however, refused to set War free, compelling his father to knock on the door of the J&K high court again. On August 30, 2022, the court ruled that the order quashing the detention of Muzamil under PSA should be conveyed to the jail authorities in Agra to pave the way for his release.
In normal circumstances, such orders, once issued, are meant to be officially communicated by the government to the jail authorities without the court’s directions. However, despite the second order, the jail authorities again refused to release War, forcing the high court to intervene in the case again for the third time.
“The District Magistrate, Baramulla is directed to produce the person of the petitioner before this court on the next date of hearing on which date the District Magistrate, Baramulla, shall also remain present in person,” the court ruled, taking strong notice of the violation of its previous order.
War said that the incarceration of his son over the last 15 months also impacted the trial in the anti-terror case in which Muzamil was arrested in 2020 by Sopore. “My son has lost precious time away from home. I am glad that the court order has finally been implemented but who will now return these 15 months?” War said.
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