So-called religion Islam allows its followers to be offended but also allows them to kill thousands of Coptic Christians (behead), with no qualms whatsoever for theirs. Which is the greater crime? Easy one. Muslims sure think they are above the law because we continually let them get away with it!!!! They don’t like being told what to do because they are used to getting their way and make all kinds of problems if they don’t. An Oklahoma City liquor store doesn’t care about offending them or being politically correct when it comes to what happens in and around his business he’s worked hard to build.
Indicative of their lazy, disgusting attitudes is the way that thugs wear their pants, forcing everyone to see their backsides and underwear, which often hasn’t been washed. This isn’t a fashion statement, it’s an intrusive sight to see and disrespectful to everyone in public who they force it on. The sagging style also happens to be for a different reason, which the liquor store is very aware of.
The store put up a new sign to stop the sagging on their property which said: “Pull your pants up or don’t come in!!” in big letters. Under the sign, it’s been written: “Try to have some decency and respect for others, no one wants to see your underwear,” in small letters.
KFOR reported: “Employees at the store said, even though it may offend some people, the message is clear.
“It’s tacky, and it’s gross and we’re adults. Pull up your pants,” said employee Shana Wiessner.
Wiessner also said it’s a matter of security.
“Usually, when people come in with their pants sagging, it’s easier for them to steal bottles,” she said.
People we spoke to had mixed reactions to the sign.
Customer Chad Gilbert said: “I agree with it. I don’t want to see anybody else’s underwear. I realize wearing pants low is a fashion statement for some, but it doesn’t work for me and I find it somewhat offensive.”
“I can see that if it was like a church,” said customer Sunshine Weatherby. “There are families there, you might have a problem with that but this is a liquor store. I’ve seen worse at a liquor store.”
But, the store said, if you don’t abide by the rules, you’re welcome to leave.
“We don’t need their business if they’re not going to be by the rules. We got rules around here, people,” Wiessner said.”
However, there are other people who disagree with this, saying that the sign is just an example of an “anti-Muslim bias” rising in America.
But, I’m pretty sure the liquor store doesn’t care how people choose to wear their pants, outside of the business. But if people want to enter their business, they must adhere to their rules. It goes both ways. The “businesses” freedom of expression, etc…is how they want to carry or portray the business. That’s only their prerogative. But if you want to purchase something, you must obey the business rules. It’s no different than 7-11 having a “no shirt, no shoes, no service” policy. Has nothing to do with crack stains or being in the closet. If you want their services, respect their store policy. It’s pretty simple actually.
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