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If you are a man, I've just discovered that you should only be allowed to wear jeans, or jeans with a cut out at the crotch. It's called "gore."

And it's a man thing.

So, I went to the mall today with some of my friends to find out if it is possible to wear shorts with a slit in the crotch, like these.

It turns out, you can!

I've seen this in the movies. They're called "slacks." They're also known as a "jean."

These have no crotch slit, and there is no gore.

And they're not as long as some men's shorts, either.

And they have nice, round pockets, for when you don't want to be tied up.

How can you not like these, or want to wear them?

And, you should know something about this:

The pants are called "leg jeans." They're not really pants. They're more like jeans with the crotch cut out.

And, the crotch cut out is not only for boys, like most men's jeans. It's also for older men.

The crotch cut out is also the most common problem that men have when they don't wear jeans and are forced to wear shorts. They can't pull down their pants enough, and they can't fit their pants in

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MORNING DEBATE: As he has since the election, the Obama Administration is asking a federal judge to halt the implementation of its plan to increase immigration, including by a "pro-amnesty" pathway to citizenship. But there is already evidence of a massive and dangerous surge of illegal immigration in this country. The Justice Department is now arguing that the administration needs the immigration court to allow its amnesty scheme to go forward while it awaits the results of the presidential election.

At issue in the lawsuit is the Obama Administration's claim that Congress did not give the president the authority to make such an expansive request, and therefore the immigration judge must deny the order. But Judge Andrew Napolitano says such a claim is ludicrous.

The Obama administration has submitted a long list of arguments in its request for a temporary restraining order (TRO) to stop the implementation of the DACA program — which the president announced he would implement when he took office in January of last year.

The White House's argument that the "Supreme Court has already ruled in favor of Obama's ability to grant amnesty" and that the president did not have the constitutional authority to "set immigration policy" has been debunked numerous times by federal judges, including those in Washington, D.C. and New York.

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