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<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-12451" title="Sears_1964_Page0494" src="http://content.artofmanliness.com/uploads//2010/09/Sears_1964_Page0494.jpg" alt="" width="400" height="542" /> Incredibly versatile, a navy blazer is one of the core garments a man should own if he lives in a large city, near the water, or has a lifestyle where the wearing of suits and sports jackets needs to be bridged. A blazer should always be matched with odd trousers (never a fabric too similar) and is not a substitute for a suit; rather, it is meant to fill the void between a business suit and casual dress. Technically, blazers are more formal than light colored or rough weave sport jackets and about on par with a suit worn without a tie and loafers. A blazer is at home dressed up with a tie and dark slacks and is a natural dressed down with an open collar striped dress shirt, white trousers, and boat shoes.
<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-17670" title="short" src="http://content.artofmanliness.com/uploads//2011/06/short.jpg" alt="" width="500" height="325" /> Short men have always had a tougher row to hoe than their taller fellows. It can be frustrating to be picked last for the pick-up basketball game, to feel like you’re overlooked when walking into a party, and to struggle to see your favorite band at a concert. And then there are those studies that say that tall men are perceived as more powerful and better leaders, are more desirable to women, and make more money (almost $1,000 more for every inch of height).
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Oh for a co-worker NINE hours of isolation or 30 minutes trapped by the office bore? The attentions of the boss or the distractions of daytime TV? The choice between slogging to the office and working from home can be pretty unappealing.
Stephen J. DUBNER: So if you would please just tell me your name and what you do. John ZOGBY: John Zogby, pollster.