The Great Clothing Circle of Life - 06/13/14

When I was in middle school big bell bottom jeans were in style.  I mean, you just had to have a pair of bell bottom jeans.  (extra points if they had stenciled flowers or hearts on them).  I remember my mother telling me "Those were in style when I was your age.  They were ridiculous then and they are ridiculous now.  Why on earth would they bring those back?"

My how the tables have turned.  Recently when I was downtown on Broadway for a night out, my friend and I saw a group of college girls walk by with high waisted, cut-off Levi's.  (and yes, they were stonewashed)  We both looked at each other in disbelief, wondering why would someone want to bring that style back?  Well, I guess the high waisted jean shorts are back in a big way.  Funny how styles come and go.  I might as well keep some of my older clothes for when they come back around in the next decade or two.   Ha.

 

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COPPER BULL

HURRICANE, Utah (AP) -- A copper bull is now a steer. The statue outside the Barista's restaurant in Hurricane, Utah, has lost its most prominent feature. Some in town weren't very bullish on the statue's oversized realism. Opponents even wanted the city council to revoke Barista's business license. Restaurant owner Stephen Ward has decided to modify the bull. But he tells the Spectrum newspaper he isn't bowing to community pressure. Ward says he decided the bull would -- quote -- "look better without the weenie."

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DENVER (AP) -- When you've got to go in downtown Denver -- there are not enough places to go. Officials are studying the need for more public bathrooms in the Mile High City. The Denver Post reports the city is dealing with the problem of people peeing in the streets. One city council woman notes downtown is becoming an increasingly popular area for the arts and sporting events. The Post reports a consulting firm is looking into the potty problem and is preparing a report for the council's April 11 community meeting.

BRAZIL-GOLD BAR

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) -- A rabbit's foot? No way. A horseshoe? Nope. One Brazilian businessman says his lucky charm is a bar of gold. Federal police report Werner Rydl was detained when he tried to board a plane with a 23-ounce gold bar. Globo television's G1 Internet portal reports the man's lawyer says his client has traveled the world with his gold bar and never had a problem. The lawyer describes his client as "eccentric." Federal police say the man didn't have the required receipt for the gold. He was freed pending trial.

AUTO SHOW-LINCOLN CONTINENTAL

DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) -- Elvis Presley had one. So did Clark Gable. It was even the ride of presidents. Soon, you'll be able to buy a Lincoln Continental again, too. Thirteen years after the last Continental rolled off the assembly line, Ford is resurrecting the storied nameplate. The new Continental debuts in concept form at this week's New York auto show. The production version of the full-size sedan goes on sale next year. Ford also has high hopes for the new Lincoln in the rapidly growing Chinese auto market.

 
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