Originally Posted by Connemara
Finally, I have a legitimate excuse for doing nothing on the job!
The Social Security plan that addresses revenues and expenses.
Your ultimate solution to this problem will be to have clothes made for you, and to do it right isn't cheap.
To look for in the meantime--- high armholes. While American shoppers have been brainwashed into thinking that huge armholes = comfort, the reverse is true once you move around. And, as you know, conductors are among the worst offenders in that department.
A lot of English tailors get it right, from having had to learn to make military uniforms that fit...
Originally Posted by asdf
only one corner of a french cuff can be notched.
Not true. You can clip the very end of the unfolded cuff (which puts the 45-degree angle up near the sleeve) or you can engineer a triangle cut-out halfway down, which-- wjem folded-- mimics the beveled button cuff. http://usd.opalona.com/shirts/french...irts-cuffs.php
I know a tailor who did this to his French-cuff shirts after the corners were somewhat...
Originally Posted by makker
Any recommendations for great readings on finance for a college student to understand the area of IB further on? Nothing too technical, has to be interesting with nice parallels to real-world events.