Now that Donald Trump is president-elect, the public needs some etiquette advice:
1) Is it considered a faux pas to wear white KKK robes after Labor Day?
2) When accosting minorities in the street, is it appropriate to use profanity if young children are present?
3) Which Bible passages are obsolete? Obviously the Golden Rule and “love thy neighbor” are no longer acceptable, but is there a definitive guide to the entire New Testament?
4) When one grabs a woman’s crotch, is it proper to use the right hand (as in shaking hands), or does one simply use whichever hand is closest to the intended target?
Any advice you can offer will be greatly appreciated.
Steve W. Hays