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Sloppy attire means 'no' vote

When I learn about or see some of the sloppy attire (flip-flops, baggy pants, etc.), I assume that kids are doing it primarily to show a lack of respect for others, and it prompts me to turn the tables by voting against the next school levy or fixing the next broken window.

Lloyd Gardner

Auburn

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