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Old 06-17-14, 01:37 PM   #1
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shouldn't the The Global Naked Bike Ride Event standards be about lack of coverage?

the public announcement is:

The Global Naked Bike Ride Events: Coverage Standards We Expect

shouldn't that that really be:

The Global Naked Bike Ride Events: Lack of Coverage Standards We Expect


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Old 06-17-14, 01:46 PM   #2
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We will allow coverage of the lack of coverage.
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Old 06-17-14, 02:03 PM   #3
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nope,

usually the first people to get naked, are not the people you want to see naked.......true story
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I will require a thorough debriefing.
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I happened upon one of those rides this past Friday night. Greenwich Village is a heavy tourist area, so people near us were saying OMG OMG. I was not titillated. Ho hum. When you've see more than your share of weird people and weird acts, this is pretty tame.
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Ah, so you'll be doing one of the nekkid rides, then? Let me know which one, so I can be on another continent.
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Ah, so you'll be doing one of the nekkid rides, then? Let me know which one, so I can be on another continent.
That might be prudent. If you can arrange off planet travel, I would highly suggest it. Perhaps you could go to the moon or Uranus.
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That might be prudent. If you can arrange off planet travel, I would highly suggest it. Perhaps you could go to the moon or Uranus.
Seeing your naked bass is as far as I want to go.
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These usually end up filmed and posted to naturist and porn sites. Not for me.
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