Speaking as a young-ish (well, almost middle-aged), healthy, not particularly little male, my default position on a train that doesn't have plenty of seats to spare is to stand. This is because a) there very likely is or will be someone else on the train who needs a seat more than I, and b) because I don't want to worry about having to ascertain who that person may or may not be.
No love for "-bag"?
I'd add that while wearing a necktie with short sleeves is probably the least egregious element of this ensemble, it's also highly self-beclowning.
If only there were an American city on the moon.
I try to generally avoid them.
I guess it's Tea Time for Hitler?
It's about 1000 times more shameful to order a "horseradish-infused Absolut vodka mixed with green apple juice, carbonated, and served on draft with a slice of apple that has been sliced on a meat slicer and compressed in a vacuum bag with Campari" than it is to order a LI iced tea.
And it's about 1000 times more shameful to serve an "Applethy" than to order one.
Not that an excuse is ever needed to listen to The Ventures, but I now know what record I'm going to spin while cooking dinner tonight.
For the price of a couple of fillings you can buy a pair of very high quality Allen Edmonds or Alden shoes with Goodyear welt construction that are fully refurbishable. Properly cared for, shoes like these will last for decades. The may not be as "fashion forward" as the shoes pictured here, but for shoes that last damn near a lifetime, time-tested classic designs are the way to go.
No need to really jump all the way from $79 to bespoke prices unless your feet are very, very hard to fit.