Prominent examples include: civic leaders (mayors, for the most part) [[AediposeRex sporting huge guts]] and sideburns and wearing top hats and tuxedoes; aristocrats and the wealthy sporting monocles and acting in even ”more” outdated fashion than the other anachronistic characters (and being accompanied by overdressed maids and butlers); police officers still dressed like the “Bobbies” of the nineteenth century; political campaigners decked out in wide striped suits and boater hats (although, to be sure, this continues to be TruthInTelevision); women still attired in white gloves and [[NiceHat tricked out hats]] and carrying parasols even when it isn’t raining; little boys pairing suit coats with short pants (think Richie Rich or Angus Young of AC/DC); little girls with either pigtails or bows in their hair; “ethnic” whites (that is, anyone not at least 50 percent Anglo Saxon) still speaking in their “just off the boat” accents; nonwhites (the Chinese, in particular) [[YouNoTakeCandle barely able to speak English at all]]; and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking circus performers (strong men, particularly) with elaborate handlebar moustaches]].

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