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Naked on the Subway.
« on: September 15, 2021, 07:24:24 PM »
Naked on the subway.   No tan lines.
Same guy has other videos of urban nudity on Vimeo

Berlin, Germany.   Everyone is curious, some take a picture, but nobody seems to cause him troubles. 

https://vimeo.com/229579552
« Last Edit: September 15, 2021, 07:37:11 PM by Bob Knows »
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Re: Naked on the Subway.
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2021, 12:29:43 AM »
I wondered who the jack boot nazi following him with the camera was. You see barefoot guy, but hear stomping noise at first. Then, I noticed several people drinking openly in public. Then an inordinate number of gay men. It must have been done near the Gay Festival in Berlin.

I zipped through the the other video, and found them to be numerous, with that gay thing going on, including the same guy holding hands walking with another gay man. Some at the festival, too. I began to wonder if it was male version of nude-in-public.com. There are a couple where a woman gets into the act. Then another three of them doing some kind of art project.

The public reactions were interesting to me. The context was not in as many regular people settings. It does, I think, show how walking about nude in public minding your own business would be impossible. It is an attention getter, in an urban area and poepl will react. Because there are so many people, the percentage that do will be a larger number.

I suppose that the streets are not quite ready for nudity even in Berlin, but the more people see, it the more of a norm it will be. What I see at Trader Joe's on these hot days on the college girls would be hooker attire and risque in the past. It is okay, not frowned upon, acceptable, nobody says anything, folks subtly check the girls out.
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Re: Naked on the Subway.
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2021, 12:26:22 AM »
Unfortunately I can't see these videos as they up a screen saying adult content and require a login and I don't do vimeo and I don't really want yet another account and login etc. to add to the 3 myriads I already have!  Any hacking suggestions? :)
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Re: Naked on the Subway.
« Reply #3 on: September 17, 2021, 08:43:51 AM »
A lot of good stuff on Vimeo, not censored like youtube.
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Re: Naked on the Subway.
« Reply #4 on: September 17, 2021, 01:45:09 PM »
Unfortunately I can't see these videos as they up a screen saying adult content and require a login and I don't do vimeo and I don't really want yet another account and login etc. to add to the 3 myriads I already have!  Any hacking suggestions? :)
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I won't get a membership to You-Tube, but I am now a member of Vimeo.   I have to keep a multiple page list of accounts and passwords. 
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« Reply #5 on: September 22, 2021, 08:49:14 PM »
Me too.  I have about 150 logins and passwords and of those about 2/3 are ones used actively.  It's a modern malaise having to create accounts for everything. I too have a sheaf of pages of login info (written but suitably 'encrypted' n the page).  Mind you, occasionally one of my encryptions is so cryptic, I forget how to convert it back to the proper form!!  :o
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« Reply #6 on: September 25, 2021, 08:05:40 PM »
What I have done to help remember passwords for websites where I don't really care if somebody breaks in is to use a formula that I can remember, but isn't obvious to others.  As an example (not the formula I actually use), pick a phrase that's easy for you to remember and take the first letter of each word - say, "We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident" becomes "whtttbse". Pick one letter to capitalize, and convert another to a number - "whtTtb5e". Now attach the first few letters of the website it applies to. For this one, the pw could end up being "freerwhtTtb5e", using the first five letters of the url and the formula phrase. The password for Amazon would be "amazowhtTtb5e".  That gives a unique password for every website that's fairly easy to remember but hard to guess or break. For really important websites, though, (e.g., bank accounts), I'll use a different password and make sure it's saved where I won't forget it. That minimizes the number of passwords that I have to write down or use a password manager to handle.

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« Reply #7 on: September 26, 2021, 04:24:27 PM »
For web sites that don't matter much I use simple passwords, and often the same as other sites, but I still have to write down what my "use name," "e-mail" and password is for each site. 
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Re: Naked on the Subway.
« Reply #8 on: September 28, 2021, 09:57:56 PM »
What I have done to help remember passwords for websites where I don't really care if somebody breaks in is to use a formula that I can remember, but isn't obvious to others.  As an example (not the formula I actually use), pick a phrase that's easy for you to remember and take the first letter of each word - say, "We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident" becomes "whtttbse". Pick one letter to capitalize, and convert another to a number - "whtTtb5e". Now attach the first few letters of the website it applies to. For this one, the pw could end up being "freerwhtTtb5e", using the first five letters of the url and the formula phrase. The password for Amazon would be "amazowhtTtb5e".  That gives a unique password for every website that's fairly easy to remember but hard to guess or break. For really important websites, though, (e.g., bank accounts), I'll use a different password and make sure it's saved where I won't forget it. That minimizes the number of passwords that I have to write down or use a password manager to handle.
Now that's a good system, Rrfalcon.  I shall adopt it!  Need to home in on a suitable memorable phrase.  My current system has some similarities - incorporating part of the target website name in the password for instance.  I found inexplicably that I could recall several phone numbers from years and years ago so I use parts of those numbers for the number portion.  Problem is remembering which parts I used for which logins!  :'(
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