|It's possible to wear a kimono and be patriotic, but I'm not sure about a hijab.|
He Should Have Made This A QUIBCAG!
That's not my caption in the illustration above, it's Karol Travens'. Caught this at his Ex-Army blog and found it clever.
I like Mr. Travens' site. Until I found it about a year ago (Doing an image search for a blog article.) I thought I was the only one who thought it was OK to be pro-American, pro-white and still be kool watching anime.
Kind of reminds me of something that happened at an unmentionable Wal-Mart wanna-be chain I worked at. Was talking with a co-worker from Iran when a young lady of mid-eastern or central asian descent walked into the store. While she was wearing the "conservative" hijab, the jeans she was wearing was ... well ... not so conservative.
You could say they were tighter than most of the shrink wrap on a lot of the store items!
"Not exactly sharia compliant," I commented to my co-worker.
"NO SHES' NOT!" Smiling.
A "quibcag" by the way is an acronym for "quote introduced by cute anime girl" and the graphic is an invention of Mr. Traven. Hopefully the "concept" will catch on like the "demotivational poster". Until then, here are a couple from Mr. Travens' libertarian/nationalist blog.
Wikipedia link to the Joshiraku anime (The characters in title illustration.) here.
Go to Ex-Army blog here.
Go to Jays' Tee Vee blog main page here. Ifn' there's articles under this 'un then yer already in my sharia-free zone.