Agreed. Freedom can be nauseating.

Via Glenn Reynolds, a perfect example of what should not be illegal, but which makes me sick.

If wanting to keep such disgusting things legal is part of my "freedom fetish," then all I can say is there's nothing sexual about it.

posted by Eric on 09.29.07 at 06:14 PM










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>I think we should try to keep ourselves
>clean, avoid smelling bad, brush our teeth
>and cover our open sores

There being no evidence that the pictured gentleman failed to do any of the above. As often as I agree with you, Eric, nonetheless, this guy is a judgmental ass.

jason   ·  September 29, 2007 11:43 PM

Dennis Prager speaks of bad breath and such things as what we affect other people with.

His point being that we have some minimal responsibility to those around us to act with some sense, and be - if not pleasant - then at least avoid being unpleasant.

What's worse than those legs? The exposed midriff trend that's been so popular for a few years now.

For every time that a truly attractive woman exposes herself in such a manner, there 350 other examples of truly unattractive women exposing what really should be covered up. (A good reason for not going to WalMart - send the wife I always say.)

Ray G   ·  September 30, 2007 1:59 AM

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