|where are you and what are you wearing?||Js Haiku Shop|
Nov 15, 2001 2:13 PM
|work, 8x6 cubicle
white short-sleeved polo buttoned all the way up
blue cotton pullover vest, v-neck
olive pleated slacks with cuffs
burgundy lace-ups with boxed toe
dark gray socks with a fun pattern
star wars episode 1 watch (analog)
interesting this, but i cringe at some of the possible responses...
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||mr_spin|
Nov 15, 2001 2:46 PM
|work, 8x8 cubicle
gray sweatshirt, slightly faded
black USPS T-shirt (came free with a Giro helmet)
Levi's 501 jeans, very old, lots of wear, very comfortable
tennis shoes (real tennis shoes)
a fashionable rubber band around one leg, for use during my commute.
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||4bykn|
Nov 15, 2001 2:48 PM
|Home, spare bedroom/computer room
Reebok tennies, white cotton crew socks,
Levi's denim jeans, 10 year old timex ironman watch,
1996 Hilly Hundred sweat shirt, and glasses.
Briefs, if you must know.
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||DINOSAUR|
Nov 15, 2001 3:04 PM
|I'm sitting on a lawn chair in my front yard
using my lap top
naked as a jay bird
people are driving by
laughing at me
hey, it's cold out here
|got a brew in your hand, too? nm||Dog|
Nov 15, 2001 3:18 PM
|brings new meaning to phrase "lap top" d'oh! nm||Js Haiku Shop|
Nov 16, 2001 7:36 AM
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||mickey-mac|
Nov 15, 2001 3:09 PM
|Office: 13' x 13' with three big windows looking north from downtown L.A. toward the Angeles Forest and San Gabriel Mountains on a beautiful sunny and warm day.
Wearing: Boring white button-down shirt; boring olive green cuffed pants, boring burgundy shoes, boring argyle socks, boring green and red and blue boxers.
P.S. Dino's responses always spur creative thinking about how to retire as soon as possible.
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||Dog|
Nov 15, 2001 3:20 PM
|office near highway 41 and Bullard in Fresno, looking south
green pants, socks
brown shoes and belt
white undershirt and shorts
this is a new low in boredom
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||Spinchick|
Nov 15, 2001 3:27 PM
black cycling shorts (just finished a spin on the rollers)
hubby's faded red flannel shirt
pair of Clark's clogs
tan U.S. Open 2001 baseball cap
|So how did it go with the rollers? nm||MB1|
Nov 15, 2001 4:55 PM
|Interesting. I held on to the wall for a long time.||Spinchick|
Nov 16, 2001 12:56 PM
|Then when I finally let go, I was already so tired (hormones are HELL) I only got to really spin for another 10 minutes. I'll catch on though. Thanks again for the loan!|
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||DINOSAUR|
Nov 15, 2001 3:28 PM
|OK serious answer:
Sitting in spare bedroom/computer room
grey sweat pants
white polo shirt
black "Johnny's Foresthill" sweat shirt
white crew socks
brn leather deck shoes
Good grief and I thought I was bored... I just won the second game of the day playing solitare...
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||lonefrontranger|
Nov 15, 2001 4:16 PM
|work, 8 x 8 cubicle that I share with someone else (aargh! overcrowded office).
white "stretch cotton" dress shirt buttoned all the way up.
white 3-button V-neck cardigan with Indian head nickel buttons
black leather Gap belt with Startac in hip holster, set to "vibrate"
black box-toe slip on loafers
black dress socks
silver mesh Timex "officer's" watch, no other jewelry
on the desk: crappy Pentium II PC running Orifice 2000, which has now crashed for the third time on the PageMaker doc I've been working on all afternoon for a packaging project deadline (not wearing the PC at the moment, but give it time...)
no safety glasses or pocket protectors, but I do have these as leftovers from the several times that I worked as a contractor for G.E.
On the bright side, my window has an awesome view of the Indian Peaks and Arapahoe Glacier, and my boss lets me take 90 minute lunches so I can go ride the miles and miles of great trails and road just beyond the office parking lot.
|Man, it must be slow at work today.||MB1|
Nov 15, 2001 4:59 PM
|Basement/bike room after dinner-just me and 11 bikes.
a sock with a hole in it, one without
grey coolmax t-shirt
Timex Ironman watch
|hoho!||I Love Shimano|
Nov 15, 2001 5:54 PM
|Looks like we're all stuck in cubicles ey?
I'm sharing mine too, office is kinda small, pay is even smaller. I guess that's the way it works when my country's economy sucks as hell.
Using a Pentium 3 PC (700 mhz) with Counter Strike installed for those boring lunch breaks.
What I'm wearing:
Blue checkered short sleeved polo shirt tucked out
White undershirt by Jockey
Blue face Tag Heuer steel bracelet watch
black cheapo dexter shoes (loafers)
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||STEELYeyed|
Nov 15, 2001 6:29 PM
|Top floor office,12x15 with foor to ceiling window over looking the city.
Organix Titanium glasses
Ralph Lauren collerless rugby shirt
gold Waltham (Rolex president copy)
well worn gold wedding ring 19yrs.
black and gray JoeBoxers
grey Gold Toe socks
brown Rockport Pro walkers
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||Erik W|
Nov 15, 2001 7:30 PM
|work, 12x18 foot office with 3 other desks. No windows, climate control lab. It's always 70 degrees 40% humidity. Unless I have work in the environmental chambers then its either 60 degrees in 8% humidity or 78 degrees in 80% humidity. If I take a walk I can see the foothills and Indian Peaks out of the window.
white Prosail (Australian sailing charter company)T-shirt
faded old Gap jeans with whole in the seat
well broken in work boots
white tube socks
Levis black leather belt
nondescript Timex watch
|wow! i'm impressed! even to find jewelry and underpants!...||Js Haiku Shop|
Nov 16, 2001 7:35 AM
|thought this would be a big flamer.
never thought dog might wear reading glasses.
never thought mickey-mac would have an office with a view!
not sure if mb1's "matching underwear" are holy or not holy, or holy just on one side.
nylon vest from the gap
well worn blue jeans (levi 560)
nike clima-fit running shoes
white socks stained from chain lube
wide black leather belt
dark plaid boxers
hoo-ray for casual day!
|What - you couldnt "haiku" your outfit?||4bykn|
Nov 16, 2001 8:00 AM
|30 this weekend | wallowing in self pity | no haiku today (nm)||Js Haiku Shop|
Nov 16, 2001 8:27 AM
|30? Ah youth! Wait till you get old. nm||MB1|
Nov 16, 2001 8:33 AM
|you need a new job||mr_spin|
Nov 16, 2001 8:06 AM
|Every day is casual day around here! The best part of being a Silicon Valley hack is no dress code. Up until two weeks ago, I wore shorts every day. I stopped wearing suits on interviews a long time ago. The last time I had to "dress" for a job was years ago, when I was an assistant manager at Pizza Hut.|
|I must say||lonefrontranger|
Nov 16, 2001 8:18 AM
|I was suprised to see that a former counterculture addict like you is so buttoned-up! God it's great being "old and responsible", isn't it?
I'm there, too (sigh). I pretty much live in khakis, loafers and white (men's) dress shirts.
Our days are always pretty casual here, but I don't like blue jeans (heresy, I know).
|in my work pen!!||Rusty McNasty|
Nov 16, 2001 8:15 AM
Steel-toe black oxfords
Blue dress shirt (no tie)
Have my blue Yankees cap, yellow hardhat, orange vest, and Champion pullover on the hook, in case I need to go out to a jobsite
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||Kristin|
Nov 16, 2001 8:23 AM
|Well, when this was posted...yesterday:
Home in bed, sick as a dog (sorry Doug)
Old Navy Leisure Flannels
Generic white t-shirt
Smart wool socks
Today, 9x7 cube (I miss my bed)
Long brown dress
Brown crew neck sweater that doesn't quite match
What's What brown suede platform heels
That $10 ring I bought in Oregon which finally fits.
Knee highs. Yeah, yeah...not so glamourous. But functional!!!
I liked yesterday's outfit better
|Boring yet amazingly compelling.||Sintesi|
Nov 16, 2001 8:39 AM
|I read each post w/ interest. Amazing.
Small office shared w/ co-worker 19th floor of the GM Building 5th Ave, NYC corner of Central Park
Blue Green button up shirt from Banananana (augmented typo) Republic.
Cruddy,green, frayed dockers
Really nice silk blue tie
Waterproof Merrell sneaks
HI-TEC Adventure Racing Series Baseball cap
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||Peetey|
Nov 16, 2001 8:59 AM
9 x 10 office with two windows (one looks out on the parking lot, the other looks out on college student rental property)
Desk is piled 6-inches deep with technical reports, and various editions of "The American Statistician". Trying to finish a report so I can take next week off with a clear conscious.
Long sleeve T-shirt
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||tarwheel|
Nov 16, 2001 9:11 AM
|Work, 16 x 16 office w/ no window |
yellow club cycling jersey
voler bib shorts
grey smart wool socks
sidi genius 3 shoes
It's lunchtime, 70 degrees and sunny, and I'm gonna go for a ride. Try to stop me!
|very bad haiku attempt||Rusty McNasty|
Nov 16, 2001 12:50 PM
|blue shirt, have no tie,
grease stain, on the leg of my
blue jeans, ID badge
hard seat, cold harsh light,
vent blows ice-cold air on me
@$$ is getting numb
no sound, no boss now
people starting vacation
may go home early
warm this weekend, yes?
ride many miles on Sunday
Monday snow comes back
|re: where are you and what are you wearing?||Rod|
Nov 16, 2001 2:54 PM
|Hey, it's Friday afternoon, too late to begin another project, so . . .
my 12 x 19 office I share with a woman co-worker. Two large windows looking north at an evergreen wooded area, with a meadow to the west. Very nice; I sometimes see birds, squirrels, rabbits, and deer, but not today - there's a guy caulking and cleaning the windows.
reading glasses so I can read the computer screen.
Eddie Bauer wrist watch
burgundy and blue - or is it green - pinstripe on white sports/dress shirt
sorta' green fleece vest
black socks - it's winter now!
Timberland moccasin type shoes
Oh, and room mate appreciates that I wear underwear.