Tuesday, March 18, 2008

New MSO Forum


We got rid of that horrible google group thang, for a different format that I (and heaps of others) really prefer using. :)

It's absolutely fresh off the server, so get on board

I'll be working on it the new few weeks, doing some tweaking etc and filling in blanks. So don't wait for me, if you feel the need... post away.

To get things started, (prompted by Dino in the MSO chat box btw) ...

Just What Is Oldskool?

We say it a lot, and it's different to many. Just what do we mean by Oldskool Hmmm?

> more on the new forum...


UPDATE. wed 19 march 2008 We're all hanging out on the new forum for a bit, while setting it up. Drop by catch up on the latest news and goss. See you there, when you're done here...Garry

Monday, March 17, 2008

Droopy Pants Law

Just when you thought it was safe...a law about how you can wear your pants !!!

You know this problem would be solved if you just wore Phats to school. You could even have the reflectors in school colours !! ;)

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State passes droopy pants law

Fri Mar 14, 2008 TALLAHASSEE, Florida (Reuters) - The Florida Senate wants public school students to pull up their pants. Lawmakers passed a bill Thursday that could mean suspensions for students with droopy britches.

It won't become law unless the House of Representatives passes a companion measure.

Florida could join several southern U.S. towns and cities that have passed "saggy pants" laws aimed at outlawing what some teenagers consider a fashion statement -- wearing pants half way down their buttocks, exposing flesh or underwear.

Supporters say schools sometimes don't properly police dress codes and parents are often "under aware" of what their kids are wearing to school.

Critics say the measure is unnecessary, arguing that appearance and dress codes should be the responsibility of school districts and parents.

Despite being the butt of jokes, the bill's sponsor, Orlando Sen. Gary Siplin, a Democrat, has said the fashion statement has a back-story -- it was made popular by rap artists after first appearing among prison inmates as a signal they were looking for sex.

"All we're trying to do now is trying to inform folks that we have a fad now that does not have a very good origination," Siplin said. "We're trying to make an example in school," he added, saying it would help students get jobs and a degree.

The Florida city of Riviera Beach passed its own saggy pants law Tuesday, with a maximum penalty of 60 days in jail for repeat offenders.

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So there ya go, another droopy law to add to the list ! Display your disapproval, along with the rest of us on

17 May 2008

So forget 60 days in Jail try