Bottom line: Real men pull up pants

Does anyone have an educated answer as to why “men” in Elizabethtown are walking around town with their pants below their butts? Is it because their parents were losers and didn’t teach them the proper way to dress? Is it because they have to have someone look at them because they will never achieve anything in life but only ignorance? Is it because they are so stupid they don’t know how stupid they look?

My answer is they are not truly a man, because a real man wears his pants correctly and has common decency when he is out in public. Whenever I interview people for positions of employment, I will watch for the applicants to arrive. If he has his pants pulled down below his butt, he’s wasting his time applying because he does not get hired.

When I go out to eat and any employees are wearing pants that low, I will order my meal and when it arrives I ask for a refund. Because I do not want to eat food that has been prepared by these no-class individuals.

Bottom line, they have no place or benefit to society.

Mike Thomas

Elizabethtown

Back bill to set nurse-to-patient ratios

Support the Safe Nurse to Patient Staffing federal legislation to establish national nurse-to-patient ratios, which is S.1357 & H.R. 2581 and known as The Nurse Staffing Standards for Hospital Patient Safety and Quality Care Act of 2019. It’s a bill to amend the Public Health Service Act to establish direct care registered nurse-to-patient staffing ratio requirements in hospitals and for other purposes.

Elisha Duncan

Louisville

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