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What the hell is wrong with you? I tried to provide some advice on the past thread, but you really are a mess. 1) No matter how much you make, others will make more 2) One penor, many hot chicks 3) I'm a nerd, we dont concern ourselves with physical activity (but seriously, if it makes you happy, schedule the time)
I'm slightly older than you (34), and adhered to a similar route of studying hard throughout college and, later, working hard in my twenties. My upbringing was very middle class, though I attended high school with a pretty affluent crowd. I was never obsessed with "power, money, and respect" as you describe it, though, as I hit my thirties, I realize that my career has become more a lifestyle than just a job. I enjoy my work at least 70-80% of the time though I also...
This means UCLA, USC, Pomona, or Claremont. Sadly, all other schools will garner little attention outside CA. Even CMC is a reach in NYC.If you are a Caltech grad, try to leverage your quantitative background.
Hobbies are worth mentioning as a one liner. Most of my professional interviews have always rotated back to my hobbies as an ice breaker, particularly haberdashery and cooking.Multi-page resumes would be appropriate if you work in an academic setting--e.g. multiple publications
This really reflects a deterioration in the content of the forum. If want to focus on the discussion of bespoke and higher-end MTM, I suggest the London Lounge. Alternatively, you can search the archives of the forum for higher end RTW. For example, spend some time scanning the Belvest thread. Not quite in price range of Kiton, Brioni, Attolini, etc. but a very respectable maker, and, IMO, more stylistically interesting from the likes of Zegna.
Finally made it to Buttermilk Channel (Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, NY). The place was popularized by its take on Fried Chicken and Waffles. The chicken was juicy and tasty though a bit cumbersome to eat. My friend had the pasta, which was very good. The mussel appetizer was perhaps the highlight of the night.
Like I said before,this is a circular argument made every few years. I think Reevolving spawned another alter ego. This 1%er describes his theoretical life like a college freshmen or sophomore assigned to an introductory ethics class.
I think we have the same argument or discussion every 3-4 years.
I don't think the shoes are made by Lattanzi. The price point is too low even for Lattanzi diffusion lines like Zintala or Gerardo Fosati. The latter retail for around $1250-1350, and I would expect the Brioni label would command another $100-200 premium. FWIW, I've never encountered a Lattanzi made shoe with a rubber inset. The best way to confirm the provenance of a potential Lattanzi shoe is to inspect the sock liner. Lattanzi uses a distinctive Italian themed...
They arent worth anything. Glued rubber. No association with Luigi Borrelli
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