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    MojoMunkeez is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Default Fashion Police?

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26759466/from/ET/?gt1=43001
    Meh, personally, "civil liberties" aside, sagging is tasteless and ugly. Learn how to fucking wear pants.



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    Theoretically, that can be construed to constitute indecent exposure.

    If a girl were to wear a mini-skirt, but hike it up so far that her panties were clearly visable from a short, level, distance away, wouldn't that be pushing the limits of American decency laws?

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    About time, I bet the ACLU takes this court.

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    it's already a law in Flint 30 miles from where I live. imo everyone sags a little and people who sag a lot usually have long shirts to cover it. I personally don't care as long as I don't see any backside.

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    i dont get this sht, motherfkrz walk around with Confederate Flags and they don't get arrested, and dude walks around with his pants down and he gets arrested???
    This is the Fall of LIberty as we know it mayne.

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    I think all those people with baggy pants will have to learn to turn the other cheek.

    I'm with dna on this. I don't care what people are wearing, as long as their ass ain't on display.

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    I remember reading an article similer to this. Imo, Im glad that they try to remove that kind of fashion from the street so we dont thave to look at it, but giving them possible jail time, and HUGE fines arent the way to do it. People dress certain way to exspress themselves, denying them that, could end up giving them more frustrations, and give a negative respon to the police making the arrest, or giving out the fines. Police allready got a bad image world over, they dont need another reason for to be hated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxDoLLarBiLLxx View Post
    i dont get this sht, motherfkrz walk around with Confederate Flags and they don't get arrested, and dude walks around with his pants down and he gets arrested???
    This is the Fall of LIberty as we know it mayne.
    Confederate flags do not directly imply anything. They are free to express themselves however they want. They have that liberty.

    Sagged pants directly imply underwear or bare butt. If the courts decide that isn't expression so much as indecent exposure then they're right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mystic_guard_sinoel View Post
    Confederate flags do not directly imply anything. They are free to express themselves however they want. They have that liberty.

    Sagged pants directly imply underwear or bare butt. If the courts decide that isn't expression so much as indecent exposure then they're right.
    Well, if we want to think that way, a confederate flag implies that the person displaying that flag supports treason against the United States of America.

    And last time I checked treason is a capital crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saizou View Post
    Well, if we want to think that way, a confederate flag implies that the person displaying that flag supports treason against the United States of America.

    And last time I checked treason is a capital crime.
    You know, the most fucked up thing about it is, you're actually right.

 

 
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