a.k.a. The “We will tell you where your pants’ place is; don’t make us remind you of yours” law.
In yet another epic display of bloated superego shittery, Florida is on its way to passing a law that would make wearing baggy jeans a crime. As the clothing style is particularly popular among black youths, this seems like little more than another excuse to add to the immense list of Reasons for Police Officers to Approach and Incarcerate the Dread Negro. It is, after all, much better for us to be total crypto-racist fascists than for the sensibilities of elderly Florida retirees to have to be challenged by dealing with people who are different from them.
Here are some hilarious excerpts from the article:
Supporters say schools sometimes don’t properly police dress codes and parents are often “under aware” of what their kids are wearing to school.
Or maybe they just don’t subscribe to the idea that there is a unified standard for how people should live, and that everyone absolutely must abide by it.
Despite being the butt of jokes, the bill’s sponsor, Orlando Sen. Gary Siplin, a Democrat, has said the fashion statement has a back-story — it was made popular by rap artists after first appearing among prison inmates as a signal they were looking for sex.
Haha, “butt”, get it? Butt of jokes? What delightful wordplay! Oh, man. Somebody get these guys a sitcom or something.
Anyway, a) I question the validity of his little history report there. b) Since when does anybody give a good rat’s fuck where things originated? If they did, then “shit” would be considered the polite term for describing feces. What a bunch of hypocritical, self-righteous rustcunts.
The Florida city of Riviera Beach passed its own saggy pants law Tuesday, with a maximum penalty of 60 days in jail for repeat offenders.
Gah. Just stop. Stop it. Stop. If this is the kind of ludicrous, superego-heavy bullshit we evolved from apes to accomplish, maybe we ought all climb back up into the trees.
People this abjectly stupid really, really aren’t helping my superiority complex.