Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Under the Hood

If this guy gets his way, this bit of clothing would be illegal in Tulsa.

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The existing law, enacted in the 20s, bans the wearing of hoods while committing crimes, television station KFOR reported on Friday. However, a new proposal would reportedly extend that ban to include any hoods or facial disguise worn in public, punishable with a $500 fine.

Oklahoma state Sen. Don Barrington (R) wrote the amendment and, according to KFOR, sought to help victims of robberies.

Why, yes, I am sure that their first thought was to keep the Klan from walking down the street carrying a bag of Skittles.

(You can buy a BBWW hoodie here.)

3 barks and woofs on “Under the Hood

  1. Yeah, banning hoodies will keep the criminals at home. Somebody needs to get acquainted with the concept of logic.

  2. Such nonsense! I am wearing a hoodie right now in Southern Ohio because “Baby it is cold outside.” I think it is 12 degrees right now. I wear them when I garden, hike, and so on.

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