GLENN: Why didn't someone tell me, that someone had found a pair of Levi's in the 1880s in a mine, and that it was up for auction. Why didn't someone tell me that?
Normally, that's not something I would bid on. I would be like, okay. Great. It's a pair of old Levi's. I hate Levi's.
However, I would like to make an offer of $100,000 right now, for that pair that was just won for 87,000. For this reason: On the inside pocket, they always have their logo, and this says from 1880. The best value. Levi, Strauss, & Company.
Best finish. Best materials.
And the only type made by all white workers.
That's worth $100,000 to me. Because I'll make that pocket very famous. Very famous.
STU: Just to jam it into the face of Levi's.
GLENN: Where are they from? Where are they still from?
San Francisco, people. San Francisco.