A guy, probably in his twenties, was striding about Copperton Park the other day, young, cute family in tow, wearing shorts, and sporting an ankle bracelet of the sort that keeps the law aware of your business, if you get my drift.
He didn’t seem to mind the throng of people, young and old, that was about, nor did he seem to to be concerned that all probably knew the significance of his adornment. It was exactly as pictured above.
I’m not certain why the the local constabulari is interested in him, but it really looked like he was taking great pride in whatever it was he’d done. He was talking loudly, strutting a lot, laughing with gusto and making sure that everyone was aware that he and his little daughters and wife, who was carrying another infant daughter, were there. It was really kind of embarrassing.
Isn’t this kind of a reversal on what most people would do? But I guess if you can’t be a big deal doing what you should do, you can be a big deal doing what you shouldn’t. If most people don’t care that you’re doing what you should, make a big deal that there at least are those who care that you don’t do what you should. It’s a different concept but one that might work for some.
Or is it just that stupid people are taking a cue from Lindsay Lohan and see such jewelry as a real fashion statement of the future?