billw at betterlifetv.tv
Tue Nov 4 12:14:15 EST 2008
Well ... today I wore my Beavers shirt and my hunting cap ... Lets just say
I glow in the dark "Orange". I wore them to celebrate our victory over
Arizona State, but I was also seeing if I can stir up a hornets nest by the
wardrobe change. My GM approached me about 10 minutes ago ... saying what a
great idea ... in a nutshell conversation, he is thinking on making Fridays
I've always been a firm believer in Dickies clothes. They make a sturdy -
durable clothesline. Its cheap enough, if you end up trashing them ... they
can be replaced fairly reasonably. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think
their short and long sleeve shirts are all collared. At any rate, It looks
above casual and a hair below too formal. I think Chris and Cowboy hit on
the head there. Dress for occasion to as successful as you can be.
Like my grandpa always said ...
"Its raining harder than a cow ........... on a flat rock"
No wait thats not it ----
"You only get one chance to make a first impression!!"
From: sbe-bounces at sbe.org [mailto:sbe-bounces at sbe.org] On Behalf Of Cowboy
Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2008 8:00 AM
To: hoopeschris at yahoo.com; sbe member discussion mail list
Subject: Re: [SBE] Suits
On Tuesday 04 November 2008 10:34 am, Chris Hoopes wrote:
> I think the bottom line is to dress for the job. I keep an extra sport
> jacket and tie in my office or vehicle. I have ruined more nice cloths
> I can remember. The problem is I never know what kind of work expect. The
> dicky pants from walmart can go from a jean substitute to a dress
> with a sports coat. I save the 3 piece suits for funerals and weddings.
Somebody is catching on.
Garbage In -- Gospel Out.
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