Skip to comments.How the Bowl Cut Became a White Supremacist Symbol
Posted on 09/26/2019 6:42:02 PM PDT by EdnaMode
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I used to see an Arab street kid in Hebron who had a bowl cut. Don’t think he ever went to school. Is he a white supremacist, too?
Beat me to it!
The Amish use gas for a number of things from their gasoline powered wringer washers to the generators they use to charge the automobile batteries they use to run the lights on their buggies. Of course, it all depends on their individual church district. The rules vary widely. Some groups allow gas powered lawn mowers and some don’t.
These guys were definitely some kind of group.
Father had a beard and hat. Suspenders where light colored homemade looking cloth. The pants were like a big square flap buttoned on both sides.
maybe Mennonites. Didn’t really want to stare them but the haircuts were very noticeable.
The clothing you describe is definitely Amish. Was there a buggy nearby?
They could have been traveling, and stopped at the station so their van driver could refuel and everyone could use the restroom and purchase snacks too. They hire vans to travel beyond the range of the horses which is usually about 6 miles.
No buggy . That is what threw me off. They all bought Mcdonalds.
I am sure they get a lot of stares .
They were blonde and I immediately thought of that serial killer hair cut. Then I felt bad.
thanks for the Ish Kabibble pic.. I kept thinking same while scrolling down the page until your post came up.
Thank you. the song I linked is fun, too. He did it with Kay Kyser and His Orchestra. Kyser was also the host of radio’s “Kay Kyser’s College of Musical Knowledge.”
LOL They were traveling then. If it was all men they were likely going to or coming from an auction or farm sale of some sort.
I’ve seen buggies in the drive through of the Sugarcreek OH McDonald’s.
Their lives aren’t as restricted as people think. I was talking to a woman who thought the Amish weren’t allowed to shop in a grocery store. But the very the best place to watch the Amish in Holmes county Ohio is the Walmart in Millersburg on a Friday night. That store has covered buggy parking for a dozen buggies.
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