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I'd like to hug the person who put up that sign. Thanks for posting this!
no shirt, no shoes, no service.
Praise teh lord!
hatter hatersor in other words, no douchebags and frat boys allowed
I'm with whomever posted the sign. The trend of baseball hats served as everyday, catch-all headgear must stop. The hats are a blight.
Hmm...I don't wear baseball hats, but I do have a problem with a restaurant telling me how to dress. It's not like this is a clinky crystal and white tablecloth joint. Next, they'll be saying I can't wear my pink sweater.
I don't think a restaurant should tell people what to or not to wear (unless it's something like you have to have a collared shirt or a jacket at a fancy place) but people should just take their hats off when at a restaurant, movie, or anything in doors where you're seated. It's just being polite. Also, just so you know, the majority of hat wearers in this city aren't frat boys but black and Latin teenagers and men as well as a growing number of urban fashion fans and hipsters. Some of these people may be "douchebags" but certainly not all...well maybe the hipsters, but we beat up on them enough already, or do we?
I think that restaurants, movies and all sorts of public places should require entrants to wear a non-baseball hat. Milliners unite!
How about a sign for no ski caps in the summer?
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