Lsherm: Camal hair sport coats
St_Francis_P: I think if you insist on bringing engineers into business meetings, it's a fact of life.
WhippingBoy: Never take a job where you can't wear a speedo and mesh t-shirt to work.
St_Francis_P: I think if you insist on bringing engineers Jeff Foxworthy into business meetings, it's a fact of life.
Somacandra: Some of us in the educational profession call that the "Stylish Academic." Wear it with faded jeans, a black t-shirt, and some leather patches on your tweed jacket and you're good to present at a conference.
fst_creeper: I've never seen an engineer do this, not once. Hipster douche VP trying to show the world how cool they are, now that I'll believe and have seen. Same cock had his snowboard and guitar in his office, apparently in case there was ever a corporate emergency that required emergency shredding, musical or otherwise.Real engineers don't give a damn about looking cool. They know as far as clothes go that them and cool are not likely to be mentioned together. Dressing up for a meeting means wearing the khakis that don't have the coffee stains.// I'm talking about you Nick you dick. And your not fooling anyone we''ve seen the pictures from when you were a "flash developer".
cmunic8r99: [www.corporatemullet.com image 425x525]
MFAWG: Wasn't this look pioneered by young reporters like Woodward and Bernstein in the early and middle 70's?
Long Duck Dong's Aww-toe-moe-beeel: It's not just the Silicon Valley. Did some work in Fort Worth, TX. The feathered AND permed mullets never seemed to go out of style to these weirdos. It's mostly women sporting these things all around town too. What scares me the most is that there must be hair "salons" (don't think they really deserve that title though) where they are actually promoting this and charging money for it.
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