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Re: news of the day

> From: Cersgarden@aol.com
> And yet, Marge, may wear jeans and sweats to church  and reasoning
> 'clothes are unimportant and the important thing is I am at
church'.  The real 
> clinker is buying clothing with the knees out and bleached to
little color.

Well, Ceres, neither case is highly likely for me, but I take your
point.  I think, tho', that what you're talking about is "fashion",
even if we may not think so and being fashionable is a human trait
that has been around as long as there have been people of any degree
of wealth able to buy clothes...some centuries it got even more
fantastic than it is today - witness the wigs and hats from the late
18th century!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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