xenophon10k: Zuck's mentor, at one point, was Steve Jobs...
dr_blasto: xenophon10k: Zuck's mentor, at one point, was Steve Jobs...Too bad he never learned how to create an actual working business plan from him.
gopher321: What's silly about it? So do I. I don't have to think about my wardrobe every morning. I'm not in sales, and no one cares at work.
cryinoutloud: Psst----the "fashion industry" is made up. We don't actually need it.
Balchinian: Trust me, Subby is not far off from the truth. He may be just a little odd right now, but his particular problems are going to grow as he gets older and they will eventually become very problematic for him.
czetie: Apparently, President Obama does something similar. Obviously, as president he can't wear exactly the same thing every day, but he has minimized his wardrobe choices.And it turns out there's good science behind this. Believe it or not, we each have a finite capacity for decision-making (it recharges over time), and every little decision you make subtracts from your effectiveness in making big decisions later. The same is true of other behaviors such as resisting temptation or exercising patience. When somebody says "my patience is exhausted", it's more than just an expression.
Nabb1: Albert Einstein did, too. He had a wardrobe full of the same outfit so that he didn't have to waste any time during the day fretting about what to wear.
stonelotus: plain black t-shirt, blue jeans, black adidas hat & sneakers, every day. I once forgot my hat and had several people I knew not recognize me immediately.
Fissile: BTW, I once saw Matt Lauer at Newark Airport. When he's not reading from a teleprompter, he sounds like a retard.
ilopan: Aspergers. Wearing the same thing everyday is huge sign of it.
dmax: Or a belief that wearing different kinds of clothes, making that choice, puts an unnecessary importance on the ego.
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