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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Back in 2007 I did an editorial about "Sagging Pants" and the need to do away with this fad, and many of you made comments about it pro and con.

Several states including our own have now passed legislation about it and now a judge in Autauga County has made news because he took positive action on it.

Seeing underwear in a catalog or the news paper or even on TV is one thing but to be bombarded with it in public is not only unnecessary but unsanitary.

The public perceives you from outward appearances. They don't wait for you to open your mouth. Clothes do still make or break the man or woman in our society.

Check yourself in the mirror before you leave the house. If you look like someone you would not want to deal with, it's time to change the look.

Rose H. McCall

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