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I think that guy, Matt Levine, is generally excellent. Started reading his stuff when he was at Dealbreaker.He worked in biglaw doing M&A or something then derivatives issuance at Goldman. But surprisingly readable despite his background.
Lulz.http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2014-03-20/why-do-high-frequency-traders-never-lose-moneyYou're not a regulator but still relevant--
Srsly.Like if you really want to pay someone to do it, I'll do it.
So what was the clever part?
Sounds like a job for Minnis
I don't think there's anything clever about that tie.
When I was travelling a lot for work, I went to all of the least interesting destinations in the world. I know the exquisite pain of a seven hour delay in Pittsburgh. I've seen Milwaukee in November and prayed that death would take me before I had to do that again.At any rate, I'm amazed you don't find that the underside of your FCs get dirty. Between hauling luggage and dirty cabs and the not-exactly-pristine armrests, I feel like they always come out looking pretty...
Hmmm... That could be about perfect for London... How many meters for a odd jacket? This is single width, right?
I actually think heavier tweed is more useful since it winds up being outerwear most of the time.Offices that allow / kinda require a jacket but not a suit are the sorts of places where you just hang your jacket on the back of your chair. (For that matter, nowadays most places that require a suit are also the sorts of places where you just hang your jacket on the back of your chair.)The more I look at it, the more I really like that Teviot tweed but 13oz is a little...
Same here.If you're looking for something that will be pretty wearable without it looking like 'oh, he's wearing that again' I think you're best off with lower contrast / darker green on the right.
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