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...or perhaps when announcing one's "comeback" at age 37...this suit reminds me of something a NFL player would wear when drafted
forgive me for sounding like a troll, but i think what you are really saying saying is "this suit looks like something a black dude would wear." when you guys say nfl/nba player, i don't think you're referring to joe montana or steve nash. let's drop the p.c. labels and say what we mean. being overly sensitive to race makes people sound racist to me.
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Ok, I'll bite. I don't think you can make the blanket black guy/gaudy suit assumption in this situation, because, quite honestly, there still remains a bit of differentiation between different draft day outfits. For instance, I would have been quite surprised if Emeka Okafor greeted Mr. Stern in a purple-pinstripe suit with a feather cap. Josh Howard was equally conservative in his appearance. In contrast, I wouldnt be surprised to see Sebastian Telfair showing up in an electric blue windowpane style jacket. For the record, I dont recall his outfit. I see it more as a class difference rather than a strict split along racial lines. A white boy corollary would be the appearance of Jason Williams--the wannabe point who cant dress or run an offense.forgive me for sounding like a troll, but i think what you are really saying saying is "this suit looks like something a black dude would wear."
when you guys say nfl/nba player, i don't think you're referring to joe montana or steve nash.