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How about banning hoodies and ski masks?

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Submitted by Michael S (United States), Jul 14, 2015 at 03:53

How about banning hoodies and ski masks? The niqab was just a disguise, after all -- it might even help the police in catching the crooks. Seeing that a white van was used as the getaway car, I wonder if we should ban white vans as well. Where does it all end?

"Ma'am, I'm afraid you'll have to remove your niqab."

"Sir, I'm afraid you'll have to take off your ski mask -- and hand over your handgun".

"Sir, no Confederate flags are allowed in the bank".

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