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jbeegoode

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Nude vs. Clothed
« on: September 05, 2019, 11:09:59 PM »
Preaching to the choir, but fun.

https://thefreerangenaturist.org/2019/09/05/nude-vs-clothed/

Clothes just can't compare. They just can't win. They are just for protection and even then can't compare very well.

They get ripped, but can they repair themselves? They wash, but such a hassle and an expense of time and energy. They are good when it's cold, but as soon as the temps go back up....

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Re: Nude vs. Clothed
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2019, 11:22:20 PM »

That's a fun post!
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Re: Nude vs. Clothed
« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2019, 02:31:45 AM »
Bet ya can't read it without wanting to get your clothes off.

I'm certainly bias, but the truth is obviously presented and I'm convinced that clothing loses the contest.
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Re: Nude vs. Clothed
« Reply #3 on: September 08, 2019, 10:55:30 PM »
I love it;  wandering around in nature, being as natural as I can be,  the humid heat of summer makes clothing stupid.  Then when it's just right,  clothing is still stupid.  Only when it's too cold does clothing make any sense.  Unfortunately those around me think otherwise, so I have to put up with their opinions and conform to their expectations to some degree in order to get along without friction.     I love to live amid live growing things.  And I enjoy eating the fruits of them.   So much that for a long time,  all my life really,  I've wanted to do it full time,  but our winter does not lend itself to it very well.   

 On my 6th greenhouse attempt,  but for years I've been searching for some way to heat a greenhouse all winter without running up an energy bill on unrenewable resources.  Both for monetary reasons and moral reasons I can't do it unless the energy is free of cost and non polluting,   But lately the solution has come along.  So I'm heading for the greenhouse trade,  both for profit and for a winter hangout,  for healthy diet and Eden style living.  I can put one or more units into production for profit,  but I want one or more just to grow a variety of interesting tropical fruits and winter garden.  Maybe in time I can put one way back on my mountainside and designate it exclusively naturist zone. It will be hard to do that with the first ones I make up front, too many fabric moralists around to get away with it.   Although I can make the doors to lock from the inside so I can free work when I'm alone at least.     I would also enjoy helping others get their own free running greenhouse setup going.  At least with the information I've collected in how to go about it.   They will cost money to build and set up.  Good bit of money.  But the design can be tweaked to run fully independent of outside energy input in both heating and cooling.  Which if run with a for-profit crop can make them very profitable.  Or run as a huge sunroom with no extra expense.