For the Man of Today (or at least yesterday)

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A Different Kind of Uniform

[Editor’s Note: Today we have an guest entry from an anonymous contributor who’s going to tell us about an interesting category of uniforms: the shirts worn by Apple Store employees. Enjoy. — PL]

By Anonymous

I’ve worked for years at an Apple Store in suburban mall. I recently asked Paul if he’d be interested . . . → Read More: A Different Kind of Uniform

Let’s See Some I.D.

I know most of you don’t care about the stuff I post over at Permanent Record. And even those of you who do care (hi Robert, hi James, hi David!) probably prefer it when the PermaRec posts are relatively short, or at least manageable. But every now and then I tap into something . . . → Read More: Let’s See Some I.D.

These Boots Were Made for Talking: An Interview With Barry Brite

Before we dive into today’s lengthy content, just want to mention that I have an ESPN piece today about Wes Welker’s new helmet — look here.

Now then: I always get a kick out of niche-specific obsessions, so I’ve long been a fan of the blog Appreciation of Booted News Women, which is . . . → Read More: These Boots Were Made for Talking: An Interview With Barry Brite