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Daniel Brinker says
My son, on the other hand, loves ties, not many suits but many ties...I was thinking..how can someone so young have as many ties as he has..
He's a tie person. They are ever so confining but some people love them. At least you know what to get him for his birthday
So true..thanks, but I have always taught him to ask for what he wants..
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Mercia Collins says
I don't trust banks either way.
I knew you were going to say that sportsbetter, but I agree with Mercia, it is something more subconscious, we respond differently to someone dressed professionally.
Dark, Of course, I have a profile pic of Tom Jeff, he hated banks. Trust me, I get your point. Ppl in Rome wore Tunics n Togas, no matter position. They had bankers too. Going to college is formal also, but I know smart ppl who didn't go to school.
Well, I wouldn't presume to argue with Thomas Jefferson, although I bet he dressed appropriately for his times, even if it was decidedly inappropriately for the Roman Senate, as you pointed out.
That's true I'm sure Tom dressed accordingly.
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On another note, I feel as though, someone in a suit might get more respect than someone dressing casual. Even though the casual person might be right, more people might listen to the person in a suit.
oh so funny..that one useful function...
true on all counts though at my work I don't have to wear a tie. I do because I have to inspire those around me to always be professional and that unfortunately means leading by example
Yeah, I don't have to wear a tie either and I don't. Actually I wear anything I want at my desk.
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