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Jim Adkins of Jimmy Eat World has his kids at the same school as mine and I see him all the time at Dad's Club meetings and school events.
Always get those schools confused.
Doesn't Andy Bernard on The Office have a liberal arts degree from Dartmouth? This backlash isn't all that surprising. As Zach said, there is a glut of people with liberal arts degrees who can't find work right now, so it's no wonder people are pissed. Do what you love and study stuff like "ancient black female poetry" or whatever is not good preparation for finding a job. If my kids want to do liberal arts, I am going to insist that they continue through graduate school...
Sweet - thank you Parker!!!
As my style continually evolves, I've decided that I'm sick of wearing the preppy "trad" khaki's and polos that I am typically prone to wear as my casual attire. I'm seeking to develop a look that uses technical fabrics as used by companies like Nike, Under Armour, or even RLX, but doesn't always look like I'm headed to the gym. I've noticed that RLX makes some zippered cargoes that seem like they would be what I am seeking but are there any other thoughts or suggestions...
What about the whole Levi's Commuter collection? http://us.levi.com/family/index.jsp?categoryId=11844101 Yes, the pants are 511 skinny cut, but they are designed for bicycling so I would guess the rise is good. And wouldn't skinny cut be better on a bike anyway, so your pant leg doesn't catch on the chain?
OK, so six years ago I was not a fan...but today I bought a pair of Oakley half jackets I think my style is evolving.
I've always liked Desmond Howard!
+1,000,000
FTFY
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