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Golden robes and tatical vests

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Jwinter, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. Jwinter

    Jwinter

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    I was at the commacary the other day and walking down the isle i saw 2 men wearing full length robes. Made of some golden color fabric. they where also wearing some black tatical vest over there robes. for there wallets maybe? who knows?

    Has anyone else seen them before? if so what religion or ethnic group are they with?
    Just curious.

    No luck on google :dunno:

    thanks,
    Jwinter
     
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    har har har.

    heh.

    Okay, I giggled.
     
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    IIRC, some Buddhist monks wear saffron robes. And they probably don't have pockets in them...
     
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