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January 19, 2010

Lookin’ Like a Fool…

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I’m probably not the only redneck to lament over the sight of someone walking with their “pants on the ground.”
And out of nowhere comes a 62-year-old civil rights worker from Atlanta, Ga., and on “American Idol,” no less, he sings his version of “Pants on the Ground.”
“You call yourself a cool cat…you’re lookin’ like a fool with your pants on the ground.”
Larry Platt has become an instant celebrity. Even football legend-hero Brett Favre celebrated in the locker room after the Minnesota Vikings’ big whoopin’ of our beloved Dallas Cowboys, singing his own version of “Pants on the Ground.”
“You’re lookin’ like a fool with your hat turned sideways and your pants on the ground.”
It will be interesting to watch in the coming weeks and months, to see if any of our “future leaders” decide to pull up their britches and spare us a look at their shorts.
Thanks to General Larry Platt for taking this message to the top of the media world. Even “The View” aired his song as did virtually all of the late night talk shows.
“You call yourself a cool cat…you’re lookin’ like a fool with your pants on the ground.”

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2 Comments »

  1. I agree with you Stan, & so do many others, however, some are just too polite to ‘say so’. The “tune” was the greatest way I know to target an inappropriate behaviour: embarass saggers! As a former school teacher, I can testify that ‘dress codes’ are subject for rebellion and ‘down’ go the pants as soon as an adult is not looking anyway. So, I say: Play That Tune! “PANTS ON THE GORUND”! 😉

    Comment by Gloria McAfee Carver — January 25, 2010 @ 8:12 pm | Reply

  2. The ”Government” probably helps the type
    by giving money , food stamps etc.
    PUT their butt to work , the pants will need
    to be up !

    Comment by Ron Schofield — June 10, 2010 @ 12:12 pm | Reply


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