Approved by the Bureau of Appropriate Clothing

They’ll get my hoodie when they pry it off my (up to that point) warmly insulated body:

After consulting with the Department of Public Safety, Senator Don Barrington (R-Lawton) has authored a bill that would make it unlawful to wear a mask, hood or covering during the commission of a crime or to intentionally conceal his or her identity in a public place.

There are provisions. Such as, pranks of children on Halloween, religious beliefs and special events like a parade, masquerade party or weather.

But if you wear a hood with ill intentions, you could be slapped with a misdemeanor fine of $50 to $500 and or one year in jail.

I grumbled about this earlier:

This is the epitome of “Well, let’s give the prosecutors something else to hang on ’em.” And the first time some woman in a burqa gets busted for something like shoplifting, what you’ll see hitting the fan will not be at all halal.





3 comments

  1. Chuck Pergiel »

    2 January 2015 · 6:55 am

    ‘Oh my word’. Goes double for me.

  2. jsallison »

    3 January 2015 · 9:21 am

    I’d propose a deal, we’ll consider this bill but you get to provide two existing laws to be repealed at the same time.

  3. CGHill »

    3 January 2015 · 11:41 am

    I can go for that.

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