Degrading T-Shirts promote "Girlcott" against Abercrombie...

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    http://www.newsday.com/news/nationw...print.story?coll=ny-hsports-allstars-features

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    I tend to agree with the one employee. Girls that walk around with stuff like that on their shirt or shorts tend to be looked upon as morons. If they want to wear it, let the morons wear it. If their parents let them wear it, then the parents get to deal with the reprucussions of having a moron for a kid.
     
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    Brunettes are the hottest. I like the dark dark brown hair. Almost black but not quite.
     
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    You don't think there's anything wrong with the girls boycotting (sorry, GIRLcotting) them, though, do you?
     
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    Nope not at all. I do have a problem with this though.

    http://www.14wfie.com/Global/story.asp?S=4067918&nav=3w6o

    Why must politicians pass ridiculous laws to stop businesses from selling products? Why can't he just lead his PRIVATELY run Boycott against Abercrombie without getting the Government involved? Government involvment solves nothing and usually complicates the matter more.
     
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    Boredom? Stunt?
     
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    Reelection. Pretend to care about frivelous BS.
     
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    True convictions?
    Disgust with the debasing messages?
     
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    Abbey, if it were true convictions or true disgust, there would be a resolution every 5 minutes.
     
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    Ah, but that would require more work, and less junkets, lunches with lobbyists, and endless recesses.
     
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    Hence the point that it isn't sincere.
     

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