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Amazon Clothing Recommendations, Part The Second

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Amazon Clothing Recommendations, Part The Second

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Satanic Bible
by Anton Szandor Lavey, Burton H. Wolfe (Introduction)

Customers who shopped for this item also wear:
Clean Underwear from Amazon's Gap Store
Cashmere Sweaters from Amazon's Lands' End Store
Tommy Bahama Shirts from Amazon's Nordstrom Store
Performance Fleece from Amazon's Old Navy Store

SUSPICIOUS that this is much the same list as Burroughs, isn't it? What does this tell us about these two noted dead people???

And curiously, I get the same recommendations for Gibson's Neuromancer. And MORE Curiously: I can't get clothing recommendations while examining Dan Savage's 'Skipping Towards Gommorah'. If ANYONE has something to say about clothing, jeez, it's the fags, gang.

Ah well. They also have few actual, well, discounts on things I'd want to buy. Which is surprising, given that they have a Gap store. But then a gap store can exist without any Levi's jeans in it. I'm most confused.
  • I strongly suspect they haven't sold ANYTHING yet through the Amazon clothing stores, and are just giving everyone the same results.

    Otherwise, all Amazon customers are conforming, but to God knows what.
  • Do they sell Dirty Underwear too?
  • Personally, I'm fond of this little assortment.

    150 Ways to Tell if You're in the Ghetto by Shawn Wayans

    Customers who shopped for this item also wear:

    * Clean Underwear from Amazon's Eddie Bauer Store
    * Ladybug Rain Boots from Amazon's Nordstrom Store
    * Suede Headwraps from Amazon's International Male
    Store
    * Cheetah Print Slippers from Amazon's Old Navy Store

    Suede Headwraps in the ghetto. Woo.
    • Re: Personally, I'm fond of this little assortment.

      With cheetah print slippers for around the house--
      --and ladybug rainboots for outside!
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