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Old Sat Jul 30, 2005, 09:34pm
U_of_I_Blue U_of_I_Blue is offline
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Agreed ASA/NYS. Something else I have thought of before is that a rubber band around the hair (to make it a pony tail) must be tight. Tough to get a finger or something in underneath it. 9 times out of 10, if it (or one of these bracelets) is on the wrist, it's not flush to the skin so there is the chance a finger could become lodged underneath of it (I know, highly unlikely but the chance does exist)and dislocated or broken as the play develops.

My personal view on it, is what purpose does it serve? The rubber band in the hair is serving a purpose, keeping the hair out of their faces. A rubber band on the wrist (or one of these bracelets), serves no purpose, therefore, there's no reason for them to have it on. JMO.
Joshua E. Allen

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