Magenta Asked: starting an online boutique, have a few questions?
Okay so i am wanting to start an online business selling clothes but wholesale clothes in my opinion are mostly cheap and fit awkwardly, and not too cute. So i was wondering if i could buy straight from the designer or brand for a discount? Like tills.com or modcloth.com. If not then i have another idea, i do have plenty plenty of designs i for clothing but i can't sew at all so I was thinking could i hire a seamstress and have him/her make the clothing and then i sell them? It would only be an online store btw.
I don't know how this works so please help me out, thanks
It is each individual's free choice to decide if they are going to stand for the anthem, regardless of whether one agrees with that person's reasons.That is the meaning of the political freedom our nation is built on.
No,,,I just figure they are foreign tourists or an ignorant American.
I might argue that it is not "disrespect" per say that you don't stand and participate in the standing for the anthem if AND ONLY IF you show no *real* disrespect in the form of talking and interrupting the overall proceedings. If you choose not to show this so-called respect for the anthem or flag, that is fine. I would not heckle you over that. HOWEVER, I feel you *should* be heckled if you disrespect me or some other person by being disruptive while they are performing these deeds. This mentality of mine doesn't pertain specifically to standing for the anthem but for all public activities: just be respectful to those around you first.
Part of the freedom of being an American is being able to express discontent with the American government. Whether you disagree with the government, morally or religiously disagree with any pledge of allegiance, or just have barely functioning knees which make standing up painful, it's not my business to heckle you for staying seated.
To appropriate a portion of a quote from Thomas Jefferson, It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg for you to stay seated during the national anthem.