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User avatar #55 - schmitty (12/27/2012) [-]
What if I'm driving and I need to block the sun but my visor can't reach? Am I just supposed to suffer through sun in my eyes and endanger myself and others on the road or do you think, just maybe, it might be a little bit possible for me to turn my hat to the side to block the sun?
User avatar #59 to #55 - Jameshaich (12/27/2012) [-]
Or lift down the sun blocker that every car has?
User avatar #60 to #59 - schmitty (12/27/2012) [-]
Oh gee, if I only I had thought of that, oh wait. I did, not all cars have a visor big enough to block the sun. Also what if I'm out and about and the sun happens to be in a place that my hat doesn't block while in a 12 'oclock or 6 'oclock position without me turning my head? What then? Why must I suffer the sun being in my eyes simply because a few **** heads don't like the way it looks and can't let others just wear their hats/clothing the way they want?
User avatar #62 to #60 - davajz ONLINE (12/27/2012) [-]
You mus turn your head towards that blinding sun. There is no other option.
#61 to #60 - Jameshaich (12/27/2012) [-]
I have never seen somebody stop me and lose their **** at me for wearing a hat slightly to the left in my car.
User avatar #63 to #61 - schmitty (12/27/2012) [-]
I'm not saying people lose their **** at you, but this post implies that there are only two ways that are at all allowable for someone to wear their hat without being a rapper or handicapped.
#65 to #63 - Jameshaich (12/27/2012) [-]
Rules do not apply in cars and at photo shoots with dad
User avatar #66 to #65 - schmitty (12/27/2012) [-]
What about when walking?
#68 to #66 - Jameshaich (12/27/2012) [-]
Are you a rapper?
Or handicapped?
User avatar #70 to #68 - schmitty (12/27/2012) [-]
No, but the sun doesn't care about that.
#71 to #70 - Jameshaich (12/27/2012) [-]
The internet does
The internet does
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