[rescue] Do you remember when? Security software.....
shannon at widomaker.com
Fri Aug 15 13:59:40 CDT 2003
On Thu, Aug 14, 2003 at 01:09:48PM -0400, Kevin wrote:
> The truth about me is a suit. I wear them often, even
> when not forced. Hell, i've done security audits in
> french cuffs. If it's not you, so be it, there's
> nothing wrong with that.
I'm fairly sure I said that earlier.
The problem is when it is *forced* on you.
Would you like it if company policy forced you to wear a tutu?
> I just get pissed off when people think that their actually IS something
> wrong with me wearing a suit.
Well, a lot of us get nothing but hell from suits, so it is true there
is a tendency to view one with caution, at the least.
> And i'm not 100% buying into this "deceiving people"
> point of view. By your logic, i suppose women should
> never wear makeup?
Sorry, your logic came up with that, not mine.
I said it is usually about deception, and from my experience this is
As I said: the majority of suits I meet are either forced to wear it
(i.e. they rather have something else) or they are actively working on
Women wearing makeup is different: they are not forced to do it.
Also, you are referencing quite a different kind of deception here.
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