Stuart Carlson for October 12, 2009


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  1. Turte18df
    toasteroven  over 9 years ago

    You know, I like that cartoonist depictions of plutocrats haven’t changed at all since, like, the 1920’s.

    Seriously, does anyone dress like that anymore?

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    Motivemagus  over 9 years ago

    Yes, toaster, and particularly people in the financial services industry, who tend to be much more formal than those in other industries. I dress in a pinstripe when going to our New York office, which works mostly with financial services - and in khakis and blazer when in San Francisco! This started to change to casual around the turn of this century, but apparently after 9/11, so many people had funerals to go to (it’s still not that large a community) and therefore wore suits to work, that everyone started wearing them again.

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    Olbat413  over 9 years ago

    Oxymorons live, along with other kinds.

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    kat827618  over 9 years ago


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    d_legendary1  over 9 years ago

    @Reasons: If you had more money than you can count you’d do the same thing too!

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    nomad2112  over 9 years ago

    So, the ‘toon is about poor management of the shrimp industry?

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    pbarnrob  over 9 years ago

    It’s about bankers living it up on our dime, while we’re out on the corner with “Say, brother, can you spare a dime?”

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    believecommonsense  over 9 years ago

    ^^ no, poor management of the jumbo shrimp industry.

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