I care about dressing respectable. A while back I started to replace my Nikes with casual leather shoes, my jeans with nice pairs of pants, and t-shirts with button downs. I still wear my old clothes when needed, but they've been mostly retired.
The brand is important to me, but not for what most people think. I buy from designers that don't put logos on their clothing, instead I'm spending that extra money on quality fabrics and fit.
What amazes me is the people that blow money on these ridiculous playground outfits. Flat bill hats, sports jerseys, loud-ass shoes; you look like a grown man preparing for your first day of elementary school. If you expect to garner any respect from your peers dress like you belong there. And if that only means some trash outfit, well, your friends may be burn outs.
@TheKing:@ch13696: Some of the people working at GameStop think they're suppose to sell the opened copy and then pop open a new one for the shelf. It makes no sense, but I had multiple game advisors do it when I worked there. I ended up having to tell each of them to stop it.
@sickVisionz: I use to work at store 2258 over in Lilburn. I'm not sure how close you are to that store but I would always make sure damaged items were taken in as defective so they wouldn't be sold back to customers. I loved defecting out busted controllers and games since it screwed over the ass who didn't take care of his stuff, instead of the buyer. That and I made sure the advisor's I worked with didn't poke at people for desperate preorders. I stopped working there a while back though so they could have fallen downhill since.