Maybe just a Windsor, but NO dimple!!!Wealth and style don't always coincide. Is that a triple Windsor?
With his tie tied at that length, Bozo seems to have a very Presidential air about him! Could be a new trend?Bozo's tie! irate:
It's the greatest in the history of the world!With his tie tied at that length, Bozo seems to have a very Presidential air about him! Could be a new trend?
That would be Cooky the Cook, who I do not recall from my childhood -- perhaps a later addition.Bozo is on the right. The significance shouldn't be lost on anyone, but the guy on the left has the "wonderful" tie. Kind of says a lot about us right now.
Wikipedia says Cooky became Bozo's main foil in 1971. That sounds right since I remember Cooky as a kid in the late 70s.That would be Cooky the Cook, who I do not recall from my childhood -- perhaps a later addition.
Bespoke underwear and socks? That's extreme.Even my underwear and socks would be bespoke if I were him.
And now for .... bucket number six!Great catch on Cooky the Cook. How could I forget as a kid growing up in Chicagoland. Remember the "Grand Prize Game"? The earliest humiliation of young children on TV. Sorry to digress, back to your regularly scheduled programming-Bezo's tie.
At $135B, you don't need style to impress the ladies, and have unintentional opportunities open up.Bezos style transformation is epic...if you look back at him in photos from 10 years ago. I'm sure a lot of wealthy guys who are in the public eye get stylists. But he seems to have embraced the process and kept learning (like AI). He also transformed his body.
Did he change his style to impress the ladies? Or did his change in style impress the ladies and unintentional opportunities started opening up?