G A Cook
I'm aware what a vest is for. I've not ridden for about 15 minutes. I have two bikes. I did about 250 miles between rides on Monday and Tuesday. I wore mesh armor instead of vest.The vest is protection for your skin. If I had not been wearing my vest when I was hit on the freeway my back would have been raw meat. I only paid $35 for it but it did its job. You did not get what I said about the outlaw bankers I guess. They are also called 1%er by some people (wallstreet protesters). I know they are not bad also because I am one of them too. Do we as masons not ware suits because the wallstreet protester my associate mason as with people they think are bad?
The point I was responding to was your point regarding clothing and wealth, not why one wears a vest.
I actually hit a like on your first post about outlaw bankers. I may use it.
The mistake in your logic is that suits are not synonymous with evil bankers. Clergymen, undertakers and lawyers are known to wear suits too. Motorcycle vests, though you are unable to admit it, conjure an unsavory mage not brought to mind by a suit.