wow a ten year old is denied the right to freedom,,

Discussion in 'Rainbow Family' started by hippiehillbilly, Jun 27, 2006.

  1. hippiehillbilly

    hippiehillbilly the old asshole

    i hijacked this from the young hippies forum..

    id put in my top ten reasons not to visit babylon..


    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- If you go shopping at the Battlefield Mall in Springfield, be careful what you wear.

    A 10-year-old girl got in trouble while shopping with her mom, because she had on a bandana.

    Lydia Smith was wearing a bandana, decorated with peace signs, smiley faces and flowers.

    A security guard approached her at the food court and said the bandanna violated the mall's code of conduct, which is "wearing apparel which is likely to provide a disturbance or embroil other groups or the general public in open conflict."
  2. Bumble

    Bumble Senior Member

    what is wrong with our society? Could a child this age actually harm someone? I think not! This reminds me of the time my friend was dressed up as an easter bunny for the toy store he was working at and the mall security kicked him out of the mall. I really question our future...
  3. hippiestead

    hippiestead Ms.Cinnamon

    Guess we won't be stopping at that mall again...if a 10yr old might create a disturbance with a banadana, then we'd probaly be capable of starting a riot with our long hippie hair & tie-dyes!!!
  4. drumminmama

    drumminmama Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

    uhhhh.. seems some pf my deluded bretheren in the press thinks we ARE! (in Steamboat)
    "Don't Shoot, I'm a Local Hippie!"
  5. NaykidApe

    NaykidApe Bomb the Ban

    When the people who rely on the consumer for their livelyhood become so sure we're addicted to their shit that they can tell us what to wear it's time to stop buying thier shit.
  6. Normlzach

    Normlzach Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    I use to work with a woman who had cancer, and she was at Union Station in St.louis, a mall, and she always wore a bandana because she was bald due to Chemotherapy. A security guard asked her to take it off because of the same type of law, she refused and was then escorted out of the mall and they were not very gentle.
  7. hippiestead

    hippiestead Ms.Cinnamon

    sounds like the sis would have a good lawsuit....

    freedom has become an endangered species!!
  8. captozone

    captozone Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    needed agood excuse tofuck off malls +huge gatherings of close-minded ,(i guess that you would classify them as people )?
  9. kitty fabulous

    kitty fabulous smoked tofu

    precisely how is a 10-year-old or a cancer patient wearing a bandana "likely to provide a disturbance or embroil other groups or the general public in open conflict"???
  10. severedheadstoner

    severedheadstoner ridiculously sane

    I guess the peace sign must offend some people. Or flowers or smiley faces. But the fact that she was 10 years old is irrelivant. These places have to be consistant, or they'll get people saying "but you let her wear it, why can't i wear mine?"

    I agree that it's a rediculous rule, but would you wear your shoes in a friends house after their mother asked you to take them off?
  11. DancerAnnie

    DancerAnnie Resident Beach Bum

    Just another reason not to go to a mall...

    that's pathetic.
  12. tigerlily

    tigerlily proud mama

    i'm starting to see why ppl are associating us with nazi germany... i would think a mall would be a place where southern school dress codes are moot.
  13. Wasteland

    Wasteland Member

    Better watch out for those little kids wearing bandanas. They might do something horrible, like pick up a teen magazine, or buy candy. If that happens, society will crumble for sure.
  14. WoodstockChild

    WoodstockChild Intrepid Traveler!

    That's fucking sick.
  15. nimh

    nimh ~foodie~

    does this have something to do with gang activity?

    but, yeah, that's pretty freaking crazy big brother type crap, just another reason for me to stay in canada

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