> From: Ruairi Roddy [mailto:ruairi.roddy at examiner.ie]
> > overly impressed by a talk from someone dressed in a t-shirt.
> Someone show me where it is written that techies cannot wear
> suits if they
> want to, and that the more suits worn affects l33t ha><oring
It has been shown in scientific studies that an enclosed ring of fabric with
a knot in it around the neck (i.e. a tie or a noose) profoundly affects
energy flows to a negative extent. A haxx0r cannot operate with c0mpr0mised
However, Laboratoires Collins will be launching a range of ""anti-tie haxx0r
krystals"" to allow l33t haxx0r d00ds to blend in with the dr0nes and
> Do you lot never go to weddings, funerals, venture capital meetings
> or *gasp* interviews?
> /me can't get over the utter lack of business nous in the tech
> community, and wanders off shaking his head.
Many people who don't wear suits have plenty of business nous. I've had
jobs where I had to wear a suit some of the time, and I have no busin3ss
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