Hats aren’t the essential article of clothing they once were but are still worn by both sexes for fashion and for function. Knowing when to remove a hat is as important as wearing the right hat for the occasion. If you were a medieval knight who failed to remove his helmet or lift his visor and identify himself the consequences could be fatal. Throughout history hats identified social standing and removing a hat was a gesture of respect. In the “old days,” men took off their hats in Christian churches, when they entered someone’s home, when greeting a boss, and always in the presence of a lady. Ladies were entirely exempt from “hat rules,” wearing them whenever and where ever they wished. While some of these customs are now historical footnotes, even in today’s casual culture men and women still remove their hats as a sign of respect. Cancer patients are exempt from hat rules. They may keep their hats or caps on at all times if they wish. Here’s when it’s fine to wear your hat and when it’s not:
Men Hats can be left on…
The profession of arms involves the disciplined use of legally sanctioned force. It imposes many demands but imparts lasting rewards upon those who enter it. While the professional calling of the soldier is to support and defend the Constitution, the challenge is to learn the profession well enough to accomplish any mission effectively while protecting the force. The soldiers of the United States Army serve around the world in a multitude of different missions and roles. We are all volunteers. Although there are many reasons why each soldier joins the service, at some level one of them is the desire to serve our Nation.
Curious it might sound; in france they literally behead champagne bottles at weddings. An exclusively made saber can be used to behead the bottle. This tradition has been said to have generated during Napoleonic instances when champagne bottles were beheaded to celebrate victory. Holidays, which begins with Christmas, sees many old customs and traditions in France being followed having a renewed vigor. Members of the family and friends participate in the late Christmas Dinner following the holy Christmas Mass. Roasted turkey is easily the most common item about the menu. Because the custom has it, Church bells don’t ring on Thursday before the Good Friday. The bells ring again on Easter Sunday.