I've removed your personal information from your post. Additionally, this post has been relocated. Have interested parties contact you via private message to exchange personal information.I will give it a try in the next couple of days. not looking to make money. Just want to cover postage.
I don't understand why anyone would wear a patch to an event they didn't attend in the first place. Seems sort of childish, really.Sorry, but as one of the attendees to the Kentucky Lake Gathering, if you didn’t attend, you shouldn’t wear the patch. Talk about being a pretender…..might as well wear a Hells Angels jacket 😂
Well of course not, that's not even a reasonable comparison.Some people just like collecting patches.
It's not like buying the Medal of Honor or Purple Heart and wearing it around.
That's the comparison made by KM earlier.Well of course not, that's not even a reasonable comparison.
But, it is kind of like buying a Metallica concert t-shirt from a thrift store and then going to a Metallica concert with that shirt on, hoping people will think you got that shirt at the actual concert.
To us true, legit Metallica fans, we call people like that "posers".
yup, but does it really matter? life is short. if you support, who really cares?...
My wife has and wears a Sturgis rally hoodie she bought years ago from a "bargain bin". We've never been to Sturgis, let alone ride Harley's. Who really cares?
That's the comparison made by KM earlier.
I don't see the problem with wearing the Tshirt either. I buy a ticket, I'll wear whatever I want to see the show. Now if I'm at the show demanding a refund from the Tshirt vendor, I'm causing a problem.
So, you can't be a fan unless you buy your Tshirt at the show?