EXCERPT: Armani. Get me Armani. And bring Dolce and Gabbana too. Those were a few names I had in mind when I entered Beijing’s Silk Market, the pan-ultimate shopping center for bootlegs, knockoffs and knick-knacks of every kind. Jeans, shoes, shirts, suits, purses, jackets, golf equipment, iPods, DVDs, watches, dishes, jewelry, luggage, computers, ties, hats, wallets, swords, belts, sunglasses, rifle scopes and even contact lenses were all at my fingertips if I so chose to spend the cash. Needless to say, I was going to take a peek...



06/05/2009 20:57

I see how much research you did for this particular post... G-a-b-b-a-n-a, anyone?

Brandon Taylor
06/06/2009 01:05

Haha. You'll have to pardon that typo. My fashion sense is a bit weak. Also, that was the way I saw it spelled on a few items of clothing at the Silk Market. A tell-tale sign that what you are buying is not the real deal. Thanks.

D-Rock Kattner
06/07/2009 13:31

That is awesome. bring me back something that is not real. hahaha. and thanks for never commenting on my posts. I've only made like five already. Like when are you coming back to make the final tour of duty movie.

Brandon Taylor
06/08/2009 00:47

D-Rock Kattner. Thank you for taking the time to read my blog. I really appreciate. Make a list of "not real" things you want and I'll see what I can do.


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