By Ann Barnhardt @ barnhardt.biz
History says that
neckties were first sported by Croatian soldiers during the Thirty Years
War in the early 1600s, and that the French loved the look and picked
up the trend. I agree. Neckties are awesome, and I wear them
frequently - usually in pinks, pastels and florals, and always with a
skirt. I wouldn't want anyone to think I was strange or confused, now
would I? Wink.
Any time you see a black
supremacist, or a muslim, or a muslim sympathizer NOT wearing a necktie
when standard convention says they should be wearing a necktie . . .
understand and understand well that it is a very thinly-veiled coded
message that they STAND WITH ISLAM and reject Christianity and "the
white man". Take it to the bank.
They're counting on the fact
that most people have no clue about the whole necktie thing and that it
will all fly over everyone's heads.
Tee hee. Look at all
of the stupid white Christians. I'll smack them and their white-boy
"savior" across the face and they won't even know that I've done it.