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    I wonder if I could get away with the Randy (from Trailer Park Boys) look. I don't see anything in the dress code that says you have to wear a shirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Honcho View Post
    I don't understand why this is even a thread on Redszone.
    Because a place in our divisional rival's city is doing something that has never been done before. They're calling it a "dress code". Doubt it catches on.

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    A "Trailer Park Boys" reference. This thread has officially entered the pantheon.
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    Re: World's lamest ballpark village opens next to Busch in St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by Beltway View Post
    I wonder if I could get away with the Randy (from Trailer Park Boys) look. I don't see anything in the dress code that says you have to wear a shirt.

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    dress code no, health code yes. in fact if you refuse to put a shirt on or refuse to leave, you can be arrested.
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    Re: World's lamest ballpark village opens next to Busch in St. Louis

    I don't know what is worse: The StL Ballpark Village ... or the fact there's an 8-page thread about it on RedsZone.

    (Darn, I just contributed to it.)

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    Even if you're sporting a glorious gut?

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    Re: World's lamest ballpark village opens next to Busch in St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by LewGra View Post
    Because a place in our divisional rival's city is doing something that has never been done before. They're calling it a "dress code". Doubt it catches on.
    If these places simply had a dress code, no one would have noticed nor cared.

    It's kinda like saying Marge Schott said some silly things, don't know what all the fuss is about.
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    Re: World's lamest ballpark village opens next to Busch in St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    If these places simply had a dress code, no one would have noticed nor cared.

    It's kinda like saying Marge Schott said some silly things, don't know what all the fuss is about.
    Good analogy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beltway View Post
    I wonder if I could get away with the Randy (from Trailer Park Boys) look. I don't see anything in the dress code that says you have to wear a shirt.

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    Dude needs to put on a hair net
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    Re: World's lamest ballpark village opens next to Busch in St. Louis

    What will Chris Carpenter tell his son?

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    Re: World's lamest ballpark village opens next to Busch in St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by Beltway View Post
    I wonder if I could get away with the Randy (from Trailer Park Boys) look. I don't see anything in the dress code that says you have to wear a shirt.

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    Re: World's lamest ballpark village opens next to Busch in St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by Beltway View Post
    I wonder if I could get away with the Randy (from Trailer Park Boys) look. I don't see anything in the dress code that says you have to wear a shirt.

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    Dress up as Smokey instead and you shouldn't have a problem.

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    Re: World's lamest ballpark village opens next to Busch in St. Louis

    Quote Originally Posted by LewGra View Post
    According to the article, it only applies during non-game days.
    Well in that case I don't have any issue with it.
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    I don't necessarily have a problem with dress codes as long as they are clear and uniformly enforced. From the way this dress code is written, it seems clear that it's directed towards males likely to be of a lower economic bracket. My feeling is that males that look uncouth have a chance of getting harassed even if they meet the dress code. There seems to be a lack of a dress code directed toward women. So if they want to wear booty shorts, show visible thong, or even come in wearing pajama pants, they'll be fine. Really such rules seem like an attempt to keep out undesirable men while basically allowing women, especially attractive women, to dress however they want under the belief that more women bring in customers while too many men, especially lower class men, drives away customers.
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    Re: World's lamest ballpark village opens next to Busch in St. Louis

    I think only 3 places are implementing this dress code. This story is being hyped more than it should be. The majority of the places at Ballpark Village do not have a strict dress code.

    It just gives people more options while in Ballpark Village. They can either go to regular bars or higher end places. This dress code is no different from other nice establishments that people go to. It's a non-issue.
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