Country clubbers, social scientists
By Torleif Sorenson on 6/27/13
(Soundtrack by David Bowie)
From Tom Ley of Deadspin comes an utterly compelling stooooooory of the examination of the interface between cotton twill textiles and expensive, socially correct clubs...
Perhaps only Almighty God knows why the board of governors of Chester Valley Golf Club, located outside Philadelphia, undertook a detailed, quasi-scientific study to examine the impact of...
...allowing demin on their golf course and in their clubhouse. You'll never believe what they concluded:
"The Chester Valley Board of Governors would like to thank the membership for their input during the denim trial period. The trial period allowed the board better insight into the ramifications of such a change to our dress code.Inconclusive? Inconceivable!
Apparently, the results were so inconclusive that they haven't updated the dress code section of their web site. Perhaps we can be thankful that they didn't use taxpayer money to fund that study...
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Duke of Hazards says:
Do cutoffs qualify as 'acceptable denim'?
Inconceivable? You keep using that word, I do not think it means what you think it means.
would anyone like a peanut?
Fesik, are there rocks ahead?
@DoH -- haha
@mjaber if there are, we all be dead!
I'm just waiting around here for a chance to kill you, Does that put a damper on our relationship?
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