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Old 04-02-2014, 12:31 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I remember when I was in college there was a small city near me that tried to pass a ban on swearing in public. Same kind of bullshit. I don't know why so many people think that the fact that they find something aesthetically objectionable means that it should illegal.
I live right next to a city that did pass such a ban. It's not because they're particularly religious, it's just a tourist city that apparently wants to project a family environment. They actually have these signs up. **** Virginia Beach. Some bicycle cop pulled me over for running a stop sign over there too.


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Why don't they just give people belts?

Or give them the belt?

Pull your damn pants up, kids.
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Old 04-02-2014, 02:04 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Why don't they just give people belts?

Or give them the belt?

Pull your damn pants up, kids.
They generally do wear belts. It's how they keep them around their thighs rather than their ankles.
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They generally do wear belts. It's how they keep them around their thighs rather than their ankles.
can't be showing those knees off, but they'll be damned if anyone doesn't know they bought their undies at Aeropostale.
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Old 04-02-2014, 02:11 PM   #25 (permalink)
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can't be showing those knees off, but they'll be damned if anyone doesn't know they bought their undies at Aeropostale.
Sounds like somebody was lookin'.
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Sounds like somebody was lookin'.
In the same way that you notice a billboard when you've been sitting in traffic for 20 minutes.
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In the same way that you notice a billboard when you've been sitting in traffic for 20 minutes.
Methinks the ladyislingering doth protest too much.
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Methinks the ladyislingering doth protest too much.
Nah, I just have no interest in sloppy dude ass.
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I remember when I was in college there was a small city near me that tried to pass a ban on swearing in public. Same kind of bullshit. I don't know why so many people think that the fact that they find something aesthetically objectionable means that it should illegal.


But in terms of the topic, it seems like it's turning into a nanny state. Next you will be told what clothes you're allowed to wear and how your hair should look (North Korea anyone?).
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