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Old 02-10-2019, 03:58 PM   #169
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Good eye Rich, that is a "clip on" tie rack holder. Those little slots hold the clip portion of the tie.Click image for larger version

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Old 02-10-2019, 06:14 PM   #170
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I spy Tupperware in there.

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Old 02-10-2019, 06:28 PM   #171
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Oh yes you do.

The good old kind. Even some harvest gold and avacado green that I didn't take.

Remember when we used to slide the (half gallon?) of Ice Cream in the rectangular packages into those let blue ones on the front right.

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Good eye Rich, that is a "clip on" tie rack holder. Those little slots hold the clip portion of the tie.Attachment 333318
Wore a suit and tie for 20+ years, but never owned a clip on....
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Worked in word processing field service. Lost a few clip on ties to hungry high-power mechanical hardware. Company did not allow regular ties or tie pins for several good reasons. But we had to wear three piece suits to out do the IBM crowd.

Glad those days are over.

Nowadays, tee shirt, jeans, and steel-toed boots to play with computers at work. Much more comfortable, and our old joke about ties cutting off blood flow to the brain turned out to actually be true!

I have a nice “interview suit” but the only tie I still have is a clip-on. You interview me, you see it once...
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Worked in word processing field service. Lost a few clip on ties to hungry high-power mechanical hardware. Company did not allow regular ties or tie pins for several good reasons. But we had to wear three piece suits to out do the IBM crowd.

Glad those days are over.

Nowadays, tee shirt, jeans, and steel-toed boots to play with computers at work. Much more comfortable, and our old joke about ties cutting off blood flow to the brain turned out to actually be true!

I have a nice “interview suit” but the only tie I still have is a clip-on. You interview me, you see it once...
I was part of the IBM crowd...
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We used to be able to get a very close guess in their position in the company by observing how they dressed.

For example, fine wool three piece suit, French cuffs with real cuff links, a hand tied silk tie, and a monogrammed shirt, real nice custom shoes usually indicated an upper-level manager.

Sport coats, off the rack, with non matching pants, a clip-on tie, and a button cuff shirt with loafers was a low level programmer.
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