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What interfering nonsense - but what does one expect of hill billies? Small town, small minds.

The state (small 's') has no place interfering in this manner.
Never forget that these are the decendents of those who kicked your butts out of here and then came to the rescue when you had to leave Dunkirk rather quickly!
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Ridiculous. They have a right to look bad if they want to. That's what freedom is all about.
 

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You can look at it that way, but I'm one of those rare few here who doesn't care too much about how others are dressed unless it's completely disrespectful to me or my friends.
 

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You can look at it that way, but I'm one of those rare few here who doesn't care too much about how others are dressed unless it's completely disrespectful to me or my friends.
Would you consider it disrespectful if an individual was walking a few paces in front of you with half his buttcrack hanging out of his pants?
 

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Would you consider it disrespectful if an individual was walking a few paces in front of you with half his buttcrack hanging out of his pants?
No.

Now, if they did so at a wedding, funeral, or some other important event, yes.
 

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This subject is all about individual liberties to me, too. How would you like it if a county banned ties?
This is a good point, in light of one Councilman's comments:

Hood said banning sagging pants was a way for local adults to provide an example of positive work habits and social behavior for their children.
I'm sure some other politician could manufacture all kinds of positive attributes about people who don't wear ties, decree them undesirable for all citizens, and use their position of power to ram their personal tastes and beliefs down everybody's throats. Why, we'd be such a comfortable, productive, egalitarian society if all we ever wore were t-shirts and cargo pants, wouldn't we?

It's kind of like the Skokie Nazis- either we defend the least desirable exercise of our most cherished rights or we risk loosing them all together, bit by bit.
 

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More government nonsense distracting the towns people from their actual problems. The government has no place in my pants.
 

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I find such pants tacky and in poor taste but.......

.......I don't feel I have the right to impose my tastes on others let alone make my tastes the law.

When someone wears poor clothing it is a good indication of who and what they are so I don't mind the free forewarning.

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Fisher,

I (as a Canadian and a proud descendant of many British folk) find your statement offensive. My countrymen were captured at Dunkirk or (the lucky ones) fought to eventually liberate Europe and the whole of the world.

Margaret Thatcher once said, the American revolution was between British colonists and German mercenaries.

Thomas
 
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