Originally posted by mnemeth1
We should aggressively ban all clothing we disagree with.
For example, I disagree with women wearing clothing that conceals their genitals, therefore it should be banned.
Clothing bans work.
Why they work or what they accomplish isn't quite clear to me, but I do know they work because bans work in general.
With heavy-handed regulation I'm sure that the state could produce the circumstances where we are all equally dissatisfied.
For example: while we cannot ban clothes outright, would you be agreeable to the enforcement of regulations dictation strategically placed holes in
women's clothing and undergarments?
It will create jobs and with the economy the way it is these days that is a big plus.
*I shall call my Chinese cousin in Washington. He is a lobbyist for the textiles industry.
I would also like to add that many workplace injuries are related to clothing - clothing originating from the lightly regulated clothing industry and
the weak legislation that tolerates it - all in the name of turning a profit. Scumbags.
People who work naked don't get pulled into their CNC lathe and die. Clothing Bans in the Workplace work.
[edit on 5-8-2010 by Exuberant1]