But they are wearing the uniforms just with "a little flair".
Without the swastikas you have to bring a little perspicacity to the situation to even get their point, seems like their point is even a little complex for some of the posters in this thread.
As for the personal commentary, save it for someone who cares loser.
Sweetie, it's not what you're called, it's what you answer to.
I never called you anything in that post.
Maybe it has some truth to it though. Maybe it hit a nerve.
Then again if you weren't trying to fuck every bimbo you saw at the local universidad, you might be able to think straight.
It has nothing to do with being complex.
Maybe since you're use to rebelling just for the hell of it, you get these kids.
But this is not something to rebel about.
This is not going to start a path to nazism just because these kids are wearing uniforms.
These kids should be worrying about their NHS buttons than this.
People who want to be that different at this stage of their life are the ones who think that high school happens the best years of their life which is
It's not like something like this is stifling their creativity.
Look at Tina Fey.
A women who wore uniforms most of her life, one who never really went out the box during this phase in her life.
She's now one of the funniest women in the business.
You showed solidarity for the kids in Jena 6.
What about the solidarity for a better society?
How do you think a poor kid feels about uniforms?
Many times it's a chance to fit in.
Even a kid showing "a little flair" can feed into an insecurity that poor kid has at vulnerable time in their life.
Maybe since you haven't been there you don't get that.