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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Chuck54, Apr 9, 2012.
Hoodie or not ?
I am 63 years old and have not even one time in my whole life worn a hoodie. Nor will I ever. Not my style.
ban the dang things,they either lead to trouble or whats wearing them is trouble
There is nothing inherently bad about a garment. I prefer to wear pullovers or hoodies in the winter time instead of a coat. I have never considered committing a crime because of my clothing.
no thats what puts you in the first catagory,the clothing could get people like you and i in trouble,not causing it.
I wear a hoodie everyday to and from work, sometimes when I'm out and about. I've never thought about knocking off the liquor store and stopped because I'd left my hoodie at home that day.
I have a hoodie that says "Cape Cod", a firefighter hoodie, and one bought to support a fallen trooper's family. I'm hard core like that.
I wear a hoodie just about everyday through the fall and winter and early spring. Have done so for years. No reason for me to stop.
I wear a hoodie most of the time its too cold for a t shirt and a thermal lined hoodie all winter at work.
I own at least 8 of them with 4 or 5 strictly for practice or fishing.
I wear a hoodie, a zip up hoodie or a northface 7 months out of the year.
Same here -- although I'm not 63.
It's not that he was wearing a hoodie if he lived in a cold climate state. He was in Florida where it is warm this time of year so that alone makes it a little suspicious.
I wear hooded sweatshirts. Is that a problem for someone? Then they'll just have to get over it. Wearing a hooded sweatshirt is no different than wearing cowboy boots, or blue jeans. Why... some folks once even wore bell bottoms or zoot suits. So what?
I've worn hoodies for years and I haven't mugged anyone yet. I must be a late bloomer
It was raining.
so he wanted to walk around in a soaked hoodie?
I have quiet a few hoodies. Fleece lined, normal knit types, wind proof, water proof, really heavy, really light... I live in a fairly windy place and a decent hoodie can make the difference between a pleasant or a miserable walk to class. If it is below 60-65ish outside, I consider one just because they can knock that slight chill off without roasting you.
Saying that they should be banned because they only lead to trouble is, well... I guess you could make the same claim about guns.