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Mar 26, 2014

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Collards

How many times did you vote yes?

Ed Cone

Just once. No need to rub it in.

Kim

I voted no. If people want to look like idiots, I really don't care. As long as they have clothes on, fine. :) Some of the things people wear on public transportation are hysterical. Glad they changed the wording to question of the day.

Ed Cone

To be clear, my yes vote indicated that I will continue to watch the NCAA tourney even without any NC teams. On today's question, "Should the city of Greensboro adopt a dress code for its city buses and transit facility?," I would vote no -- within some widely-agreed upon standard of public decency, people can wear what they want.

Hartzman

"within some widely-agreed upon standard of public decency, people can wear what they want."

Agreed.

An Islamic, Gay, married couples' adopted children should be able to protect their pot plants with guns.

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