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The 25th Annual No Pants Senate

BuggiOlleo Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 9:03 AM
Government used to be a stepping stone to training for a better life; now, too many will not leave it. After all, who wants to work forever inside the halls of IRIS, nyet, the pant-perks and pantsions, wow, who'd thunk the .gov would be the best bet on the block. As Teddy Roosevelt would say..."Bully!"-as in what a great idea, but I translate this today to mean "Bully!"-as in it's a bad gig.

The news media was agog on Sunday because the sacred holyday, the 12th Annual “No Pants on the Subway” event, took place around the world.

Yes, people on subways crossing metro areas everywhere dropped “trou” and showed the world what ought to be kept between a person’s significant other and their proctologist.

The internet today is full of colorful and creative- and mostly chaste- pictures of public transportation riders in their skivvies, yucking it up for cameras.     

And why?

Probably because while 25 percent of Americans chose to spend Sunday worshipping God and football, in capitals around...