"If you go through the trouble of building out a profile on people, you need to advertise that on your site. Also if you do have a profile then please do expand into the area of pocket squares and such. People are paying you to make their…"
"Thanks - this is really good feedback and appreciated. Pocket Squares are something we're looking at. We actually don't send everyone the same tie - each person builds up a preference profile over time (i like stripes or…"
"Looking at the site, I could not even get a good feel for what whimsical means to them. Its like signing up for random ties that may but probably don't work with your wardrobe. Also there are no accompanying pocket squares.
"I know that you're active but it's just odd that all of the threads you've started (that I've seen anyway) link to other blogs and businesses. You can see how someone would be suspicious in that case."
"Ick, no. The spam is annoying, but I also don't even get who this is supposed to appeal to.
People who like dressing well obviously aren't the target, since they'll pick clothing themselves.
People who don't care…"
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"I'm a solid shirt and tie guy - nothing to crazy. I guess I do own some Jerry Garcia ties (purchased by my wife), which are a little too "out there" for me to wear. My daily dress attire is dress slacks and a polo when…"
"BTW, if anyone is interested, our business curates a neckwear selection for you on a monthly basis based on your style preferences. you start with choosing a high level tie style (business or skinny or whimsical ties) - and then over time you…"
"It makes me wonder a few things.
* What country are you in? Students getting priorities for seating? A central economic planner's demographic scheme? In US colleges, we don't have priority seating, and you get in by…"
"The Fred-on-Everything editorial I linked to is both tongue-in-cheek--and deadly serious.
The paradigm of colleges and universities dates back to medieval churches needing to train lawyers and bureaucrats. Books were expensive, so the lecturer would…"
"Jack Bauer is correct regarding university discretion. There is also the matter that if the case spills into civil court, the outcome is uncertain and the university has deeper pockets.
>>>This sounds to arbitrary for me to make…"
A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More