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originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
a reply to: knowledgehunter0986
Methinks this might be a PC dress code violation, as stupid as it sounds.
When I was in high school my best friend was called into the principal's office for wearing a wrestling shirt that had the words 'rules are meant to broken' written on it. Soon after anyone not wearing a uniform when they arrived at school was issued a ticket and so many tickets would warrant a suspension. However after I got 88 tickets (my friend did better, he got over 110) the scheme faded into obscurity.
If a kid wore a Clinton shirt that had her slogans printed on it (who are we kidding she had none) then they would have to be blurred as well, which is also bogus. Do you Evict a patron from a bar because he is wearing a Nickelback T shirt, and yes we may giggle but it's his right to wear it. The funny thing is I did a television advertisement for my boss and the words on my T shirt weren't blurred out, and I quote the slogan on the T shirt verbatim...
"How about a nice warm cup of shut the f**k up? think before you say something stupid." So I can get away with profanities like that but a kid can't wear a shirt with a harmless slogan? The Helen Lovejoy's out there are out control.