BY PAM LOBLEY
NOW THAT'S FUNNY
A few weeks ago I was reading an article about Facebook and the privacy concerns surrounding the website. The article featured a picture of one of the Facebook founders, Mark Zuckerberg, as he addressed a crowd at an important press conference. He was wearing a hoodie.
There has been a casual trend in men's office wear for years now, and all these twenty-something entrepreneurs have just pushed it farther. This counter-intuitive movement now suggests that the truly successful not only don't have to dress, they barely have to shower and shave. This is how they let us know they're cool. It's as if they want to say "Sure, I'm a successful billionaire, but I'm still me. I didn't sell out to ‘the man.'"
OK, so you didn't sell out to the man. You don't even look like a man. You look like a boy. I think men should look like men, not middle-schoolers.