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12-11-07, 07:23 PM #1
So, baggy clothing is just "cool"...
In this edition of the "Common Sense Alarm Clock", a school administrator explains a few reasons why school dress codes are important.
For the cops watching (who are old enough), remember the John Bianchi "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" promotional posters of the 80's?
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12-11-07, 08:22 PM #2
Didn't the original source of baggy clothing originate from ill fitting prison wear? Seems like I read that somewhere. Now some of the kids these days think it is "cool" to look and act like prison gangsters. Oy!
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12-11-07, 08:25 PM #3
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