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February 26, 2010

Weekend Question

by Brad Warbiany

Read this op-ed at Reason by Greg Beato.

Maybe it’s the effect of several Stone IPAs, but I can’t quite answer this question:

Is Greg defending business casual, or attacking it?

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  1. As someone who actually went through this sartorial tsunami as a young investment banker, I can assure people that the single most powerful determinant of productivity in the workplace is simply the degree to which your boss is or is not an ass.

    Whether you, or he, are wearing Brooks Brothers or Eddie Bauer is really besides the point.

    Comment by KipEsquire — February 27, 2010 @ 6:16 am
  2. Is Greg defending business casual, or attacking it?

    Onanistic logorrhea. When one is tossing off an article, it doesn’t have to mean anything at all to be fun for the tosser.

    Comment by Akston — March 1, 2010 @ 10:02 pm

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