I know, right?
Galasso OWNS the place. He built it from the ground up and to the best of my knowledge didn’t sell it. Couldn’t he change the policy?
Right, right, rule of funny.
Well, it might be things like a State or local law that requires them to button up their shirts in that case they would need to be in the back of the store to avoid both enforcing the policy and getting in legal trouble.
However, I don’t remember California having any laws about employee indecency, (Besides indecent exposure laws which I’m not sure apply since people regularly wear a lot less than that and don’t get arrested.) and I’ve never had a reason to study the local laws of San Francisco…
Maybe there’s a law in this universe, or maybe it’s a law pertaining only to environments with children present.
Also, he may not want to change the policy in case someone else (like Faz, for instance) decided to wear similar attire and require eyeball-bleaching.
Am I alone in thinking that panel 7 is the best panel of this strip?
It IS kind of adorable.
Though Panel 2 is ridiculously distracting…
Foreshadowing again in panel 3.
The law exists cos toy guns are good while THE CLEAVAGE IS EVIL.
Toy guns are no match for real guns in a corset.
Until I started watching Kyle Kallgren’s (Oancitizen’s) reviews, I would NEVER have gotten that reference.
Zardoz is fucked up.
“…How did I miss?!“
So put orange tips on her “guns” and it’s all good! (not that I’ve ever understood that one, since it only takes about ooohh… 20 seconds to come up with a “well, why can’t I paint the barrel of a real gun to make it look the same?” argument… But hey, that didn’t stop em!)
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