People might need a little old-fashioned.


(In a movie)


A : We made some modifications to the uniform. I had a little design input.

B: The uniform? Aren't the stars and stripes a little old-fashioned?


A: With everything that is happening and the things that are about to come to light, people might need a little old-fashioned.



There is something omitted in the bold sentence or how do a little old-fashioned take the place for objects? Or I think he just wants to quote what B said before? What do you experts think?


Thank you so much as always and take good care.

asked Nov 09 '12 at 05:42 Hans Contributor

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