A friend of mine recently had reason to visit Minnesota and pointed out one of their state laws which deserves highlighting. In fact, it seems The North Star State may be ahead of the curve on this one. I put it to you that the law in question should be made into a federal law. Specifically, in Minnesota, it is illegal to sleep in the buff. Pajamas, as everybody knows, are worn by the most productive in our nation. Going to bed sans pajamas leads to unhealthy practices. That goes without saying. Yet I went and said it.
If nothing else, a nationwide law should require all of those under 18 to wear clothing at all times. Think about it. That alone would reduce, if not eliminate, extra-marital teen pregnancies, a nationwide scourge. Teenage nudity leads to temptation. Temptation leads to masturbation and fornication. Fornication outside of wedlock leads to abortion and/or illegitimate children.
Allowing your child to sleep in the nude is to encourage a lifetime of depravity. So it seems that any Christmas or birthday celebration that does not include good sensible flannel pajamas is a missed opportunity to pass along good wholesome family values. Show that you care. Be sure to include pajamas on that gift list.
Minnesota also prohibits oral sex. That is a logical prohibition which should also go nationwide. The reasons are plenty and obvious.
Some other Minnesota laws include such oddities as prohibiting the crossing of state lines with a duck upon one’s head and the entrance into Wisconsin with a chicken on one’s head. Strange to be sure. I’m not sure what the history is behind those laws. It is also prohibited to loiter around a building without a good reason for being there. That makes a lot of sense. Motorcycle riders must wear a shirt at all times, also sensible.
But the pajamas requirement is what piqued my interest, as I am sure it did yours. Sensible laws for a better society. Do your part and keep America the greatest nation on G-d’s creation. Thank you.