Re: Transgender marriage

From: Spike Jones (
Date: Fri Jan 18 2002 - 17:23:16 MST

Harvey Newstrom wrote:

> He was in a parked car making out. The police noticed the car on a routine
> patrol. This violated many sodomy laws, public nudity laws, sex in public
> places laws, etc.

Holy schlaMOLY, making out in a car is sodomy? Oh dear. Fleeing the
great state of Florida at age 19 was the right thing for me after all. {8^D

Regarding public nudity, there is a prominent nude beach near where
I grew up, just north of Kennedy Space Center, Playalinda beach.
Harvey perhaps you have been there. Turns out the nude beach
is on the north end, right where the road access ends. One can
start there, hike north 15 miles on the beach to New Smyrna to the
next road access and have a friend pick one up there. This is one
of the very few places left in the world where one can hike on a beach
for three or four hours and not see another human the entire time, even
on the most perfect beach weather days. But the last thing one
will see after starting that hike and the first thing one will see at
the other end are countless naked people. That would be fine,
except for the fact that the kinds of people who generally go nude
on the beach are exactly those who you would really prefer not to
see naked. Ever. Not even in ones worst nightmare.

{Remember that old nightmare where you get to work and suddenly
discover you forgot to get dressed that morning? Well, that fate
would be preferrable to seeing some of these yahoos halfway thru
the workday discovering that they had forgotten to dress after getting
outta the shower.}

The local Baptists tried to make nakedness illegal at the beach. Several
nudes began to show up in downtown Titusville, holding signs saying
"Would you rather have us here, or out at the beach?"

The Baptists dropped their case.


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