No More PJ's in Public?

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Registered: 10-08-2004
No More PJ's in Public?
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Tue, 01-17-2012 - 7:48pm

It's pajama pants today; next it will be underwear tomorrow," said a Louisiana politician who wants to ban the wearing of pajamas outside of the home. KTAL-TV's Morgan Thomas reports.

By msnbc.com staff

Privates ought to remain private, says a Louisiana lawmaker who wants to ban people from wearing pajama pants in public.

Caddo Parish District 3 Commissioner Michael Williams is pushing for an ordinance that would prohibit residents from appearing in public places in pajama pants, defined as “a garment sold in the sleepwear section of department stores.”

Williams told the Shreveport Times

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Registered: 08-31-2009
Wed, 01-18-2012 - 12:50pm

Honestly my first thought was..."what, now they can go naked?"




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Registered: 09-12-2003
Wed, 01-18-2012 - 12:37pm

low point after I had my youngest following a long sleepless night we were running late needed to get Liam to school and barely got Liam dressed and ready to go so I ran out me and baby in Pjs....keep in mind I don't drive we took a bus... but they were solid navy blue could have passed for sweets. That said we have mom's who come every day in PJ pants and I'm talking flamingly obvious PJ pants. See it in stores too. While I think its in poor taste who am I to judge and in the end they are only harming themselves (I do believe in the whole you are judged in some ways by your looks so yes if you go out dressed like you rolled out of bed you will be taken less seriously) I guess around here thinking its hard to enforce such a rule we do get our share

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Registered: 05-18-2005
Wed, 01-18-2012 - 9:08am

That's silly.

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Registered: 07-25-2007
Wed, 01-18-2012 - 1:34am

When his city is crime free with a balanced budget and no unemployment, then he has the time to spend on pj laws.

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Registered: 05-28-2000
Tue, 01-17-2012 - 8:29pm
The school board added no slippers at the middle school and high school to the dress code. I'm not sure why the grade school wasn't included.

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