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>More striking, I think, is the very symbolism of the tie. Let us not forget
>that historically it represented the ox yoke and had a pattern that identified
>the person you were "owned by." They may insist I wear socks to work, but the
>tie thing is in my contract! :-)
I always thought ties were originally made for keeping spilled food and drink
off of men's shirts, like a bib ;-)
P.S. thanks to everyone who replied about the Advanced Technology PIC.
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