Monday, November 07, 2005


The troubled tale of a controversial tshirt: Rapper Young Jeezy produced a snowman t-shirt for his team to wear; they've quickly become (apparently) a shorthand way of advertising coke dealers. Now, anti-drugs bodies are freaking over the thought that kids might be wearing a tshirt which has some sort of drug connection:

"This is part of a phenomena in which parents have no idea what their children are exposed to. There is a code that children are aware of but not parents," says Sue Rusche, president and CEO of the anti-drug group National Families In Action.

Because wearing a tshirt is, of course, the same as taking drugs. We'd better find out if David Cameron has got one in his wardrobe.


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