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Mr.McCammish comments on CM Mobile Technology Board attire

Comments re photo 40504 CM mobile technology board meetingDoug McCammish writes:
Do granddads have to wear a tie to go to Shelbyville? If so, I'll probably not. (If my grandkids were that close, I'd wear a tux!) -Doug
Thanks. You're right. At least it's not like the sorry sartorial state of banking in Columbia, where today one can get turned down for a loan by a President wearing a golf shirt! That hurts. Just 60 years ago bankers at least had the compassion to turn you down wearing a three-piece suit, in a dignified manner. Your comment does remind me of my favorite quote about grandchildren, from Charles Marshall quoting his brother J.C. Marshall, who said, "They sure named them right when they called them grand kids." Thanks again, Mr. McCammish. -EW




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