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Trip reports / Somewhere in the Galiuros: Part I
« Last post by jbeegoode on October 12, 2020, 06:43:16 AM »
A LAst April, we spent some time exploring a canyon and area in a less traveled mountain range in south central Arizona. I'll make a couple of posts from this adventure. This beginning is we ride around looking for future glamping spots. We get stuck with the 4x4 on at one point. Digging out nude...well, that's in the story:

Trip reports / Re: A few short trips
« Last post by jbeegoode on October 12, 2020, 06:16:51 AM »
General Naturism Discussion / Re: Some More Thoughts Article
« Last post by jbeegoode on October 12, 2020, 06:15:16 AM »
You may find that it says that the Bill of Rights was a MAdison creation, but Jefferson was the main guy. If you read Jeffferson's writings and correspondence for years he laid out the premise. He was particulaerly concerned about the ignorant masses  and mobs covering up these rights. He saw them as principles.
 There was plenty of partisan crap trying to mess with it and documantation. These other "founding fathers" didn't draw it up, they just tried to amend it and did some.

The term "Roights" is fundamental stuff as Jefferson wroyte in teh Declaration of independnece. These Federalist are new age people using the words of the guys who didn't really draft it to make it less than principles, which do carry on inot today and are solid.
The Federalist Society does not adhere t those principles when it comes to court picks. It is just conservative people with big  business playing into the mix manipulating. Read, Sheldon Whitehouse. Read "Why there's No Liberal Federalist Society, Evan Mandery, I think.

The Supreme Court Picks are the opposite of what  they purport to be. Do you really think that someone who thinks they can tell a woman and what to do with her body for religious reasoning will protect OUR right to walk in our bodies dressed as we would brightly pleased to do? TO support those picks is to shoot yourself in teh foot, but at least they won't take away the gun to do it with.

It is political picks for something that should be apolitical. Face it.
Trip reports / Re: Newt 2021 - Naked European Walking Tour
« Last post by jbeegoode on October 12, 2020, 05:53:50 AM »
Nobody is ceratin how long immunity last, axcept a month or six weeks. After that...

There has been only one "documented" case of someone getting covid again after a month or so, but the unlucky fellow got a newer strain. It has mutated.

Yea, nobody is sure. After the symptoms begin to dissipate, after peak, the contagiousness goes away. That seems certain, but how long that last? Dunno.
 DF is anti-vaccine, many are just drug companies hyping up their profits. I remember mandatory hepatitis in the schools. My son was in an upper class, school which just doesn't see that kind of thing and odds out of a thousand children, he wouldn't get it anyway. Hep shots made me very sick for a few days, last time I got one. It was an example of the BS hype lie. DF's work is getting on them for flu shots. She won't do it.

I think that the flu season will be disapayted and my risk/odds as well by still wearing the mask and washing hands. I can't afford a coughing flu. I'd end up in te hospital for blowing out my hernia. Gotta bite the dang hernia opertation bullet.

Free Range Naturism / Re: Itís better naked - who knew?
« Last post by jbeegoode on October 12, 2020, 05:41:10 AM »
Digging a little deeper, there is access to the actual paper. I haven't read it yet, I intend to, when I get the time (been quite tied up lately). The concept has been anecdotally accepted since the nude encounter groups of the 1960's. I'm convinced that the finding are true, although... yup, it sounds kinda flakey at this point.
Trip reports / Re: A few short trips
« Last post by nuduke on October 10, 2020, 09:42:05 PM »
Gosh JohnP,
You certainly do get about!
Great pictures.  At first when I clicked them Imgur gave no result until I found a button called use old design.
Flippin technology, why do they keep having to "improve" everything!!
Free Range Naturism / Re: Itís better naked - who knew?
« Last post by nuduke on October 10, 2020, 09:35:10 PM »
Not that I want to decry anything which furthers the benefits and advantages of naturism but....
A single experiment of 45 minutes in a public bar (presumably with alcohol served) with 2 questionnaires, published in the Journal of Happiness studies (what a title!) does not fill me with admiration for their academic rigour!  With a 2 groups sized 25 and 26, self selected as opposed to a controlled cross section.  Hmmm.  And as Yeldew suggests, one or two persons 'having a laugh' and giving more extreme answers to the questionnaire could skew the results for the whole group.  I hope they had means of applying more rigour to the questionnaire answers and the selection of participants than one can conclude from the article.
Trip reports / Re: A few short trips
« Last post by rrfalcon on October 10, 2020, 03:56:00 PM »
Even in Texas, swimming nude at Hippie Hollow in Austin, I found water temperatures down to about 65 degrees F to be tolerable. Below that, though, I started getting a bit chilly.
Free Range Naturism / Re: Itís better naked - who knew?
« Last post by yeldew on October 10, 2020, 10:28:23 AM »
I tend to feel that a nudist would not have found any change in body image after mixing in either group. They would probably be the least body conscious there, so would have reduced any of the the obvious benefits noticed.
Free Range Naturism / Re: Itís better naked - who knew?
« Last post by John P on October 09, 2020, 06:12:33 PM »
And the subjects of the study were recruited by an ad that had the wording: "some participants may be asked to take part in safe, non-sexual nude activity". They might as well conclude that "Nudists enjoy nudity more than non-nudists".
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