Who Can Find The Most Horrors

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by mrjester, May 12, 2013.

  1. mrjester

    mrjester Senior member

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    Picture of a few of our VP's and Presidents from an internal news site.

    Maybe they're house-broke and can only afford clothes from Big and Tall? Or didn't read that the pants may need to be hemmed?

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    Yet, somehow, they're senior managers and you're just a lowly pee-on, overcompensating on the internet...get real.
     
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    mrjester Senior member

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    I think I threw up a little bit in my mouth.
     
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    You did, with the nature of your post...pee-on [​IMG]
     
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    Do you mean peon? :brick:
     
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    Posting pictures of senior management of your company on an internet forum and making fun of what they are wearing is probably not a good career move.
     
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    Pretty sure I'll be alright. I don't think they're on here (hah). Or anyone else.

    Sure VinnyMac, I'm a peeon and an internet ninja, just like you (from the nature of your posts) :)
     
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    Proof of a point I've made many times - clothing has no correlation to success. Zero. All it does is make you a well-dressed man (i.e., part of the "well-dressed club"). David Boies, one of the greatest litigators in the world, wears Land's End suits - an upgrade from the Sears suits he wore until quite recently. He wears hikey-shoes from Merrell. But he owns 8,000 bottles of wine:

    http://blogs.wsj.com/law/2006/03/27/the-lifestyle-of-the-rich-famous-david-boies/

    The guys above look like guys who don't want to dress fancy and don't desire to dress fancy. They care about work and probably have nice homes and brokerage accounts and that's how they want it.
     
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    They may have money, but it doesn't mean they have class. And they definitely don't have style.
     
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    Since when does dressing sloppily mean one lacks class? Class is not defined by how well you dress.
     
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    Who said it did?
     
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    As executive management, I would be pretty annoyed if one of my employees posted a picture of other employees from our intranet to a public site and proceeded to make fun of them (regardless of where they sit organizationally). I would go out of my way to identify the employee responsible and implement disciplinary action. It's one thing to poke fun at anonymous folks on the internet (or those who participate in SF), but this is really poor workplace behavior.
     
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    Can't speak for the guys in the photo, but my Father dresses like he guy on the far right and exudes class.
     

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