Tag Archives: Belknap

One Proposed New Hampshire Law Decriminalizes Prostitution, Another Criminalizes The Female Nipple!

by Anura Guruge


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Click here to read proposed HB 1614 in its original form
at the NH State Website.

Click the image below to ENLARGE it
and read the introductory part
of the ‘Legalize Prostitution Bill’.

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I do NOT know the pros and cons of this BUT a quick scan of the Web relative to this Bill, i.e., HB 1614, indicates that the current, worldwide, thinking is that decriminalizing of prostitution is a POSITIVE thing. OK. I am fine with that.

It is just the contrast that upsets me. So we could now see an increase in prostitutes, of BOTH sexes in our few cities, BUT heaven forbid IF any of the females expose their nipples.



Just for completeness here is the start of HB 1525, the proposed law that will clamp down on the public display of the female nipple. Check this post, from January 12, 2016, for more on HB 1525.

 Click here to read proposed HB 1525 in its original form
at the NH State Website.

Click the image below to ENLARGE
and read the introduction.

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Related posts:
++++ Search on ‘nipple‘ & ‘toplessness‘ for many other related posts.


by Anura Guruge

Proposed New Hampshire Law To Take Away The Current FREEDOM Of “Free The Nipple”.

by Anura Guruge


It was the fear of this, i.e., NEW laws where prior laws did not exist precluding female toplessness, that made me turn my back on NH “Free The Nipple“. The nipple was FREE in NH, sans any laws, until these shortsighted folks started clamoring for freedom for something that was already free. Did not make sense.

Now, as I dreaded, three NH lawmakers, all from my county of Belknap, Messrs. Gallagher, Hurt and Spanos, and introduced N.H. House Bill (HB) 1525-FN, an act relative to the circumstances that constitute indecent exposure and lewdness.

 Click here to read proposed HB 1525 in its original form
at the NH State Website.

Click the images below to ENLARGE them
IF you prefer to read the ENTIRE bill here.

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Related posts:
++++ Search on ‘nipple‘ & ‘toplessness‘ for many other related posts.


See post about another proposed law to decriminalize prostitution in New Hampshire.

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by Anura Guruge

How Many Folks In New Hampshire (NH) Have Managed To Obamacare (ACA) Coverage Through Health Exchange? ZERO?

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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Anura Guruge


Related posts:
>> Obamacare Premiums for NH
>>Oct. 18, 2103.
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Third application for bloody Obamacare
>>Oct. 16, 2013.
>> Mailing address for paper application
>>Oct. 16, 2013.
>> Application says mail to ‘1005 XYZ Drive’ …
>> Oct. 15, 2013.
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Making PAPER application for Obamacare 
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Oct. 9, 2013.
++++ Search on ‘healthcare’ or ‘Obama’ for other posts >>>>


I am hoping that I am not being penalized because I am not white.
That is possible.
That was probably the ONE thing they got right in the Website.
Yes, OF COURSE, they ask you your race.
Screw all the non-whites, we don’t want them having healthcare.

But, I have been trying to get coverage since Day 1: October 1, 2013.

I have made three applications — the last by mail.

Over two weeks later still NOTHING. NADA.

What is MOST galling is that I can’t get any answers from Concord.

I have even contacted the Governor’s Office
and they tell me that they are NOT AWARE OF ANY PROBLEMS.

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Obamacare (ACA) Health Exchange Insurance Premiums For New Hampshire (NH).

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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by
Anura Guruge


Related posts:
>> Third application for bloody Obamacare
>>Oct. 16, 2013.
>> Mailing address for paper application
>>Oct. 16, 2013.
>> Application says mail to ‘1005 XYZ Drive’ …
>> Oct. 15, 2013.
>>
Making PAPER application for Obamacare 
>>
Oct. 9, 2013.
++++ Search on ‘healthcare’ or ‘Obama’ for other posts >>>>


Since I live in Belknap I downloaded the data
and created this chart.

NH health insurance rates

Click to ENLARGE.

You can get the numbers for the other counties, albeit with quite a bit of hassle, from here: https://www.healthcare.gov/health-plan-information/


This Website, ‘ZaneBenefits‘, has a lot of good stuff about
NH health insurance.
Check them out.

They had extracted out this summary chart:

Compared to what I have been paying, and actually still paying through ‘New Hampshire Health Plan‘, these rates are GOOD. ‘New Hampshire Health Plan‘ is a scam as far as I am concerned. They won’t pay for anything on principle. I just have it as death-insurance if I kick the bucket as doctors keep on saying I am liable to do at any time.

Why Is The Grass Greener In Coos County, New Hampshire?

Anura Guruge, laughing, picture November 16, 2011.

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by Anura Guruge


The green, green grass of Coos County, or ‘Coors’ County as I call it.

On our way up to the Balsams Grand Resort auction last Saturday, May 12, I, for a change did most of the driving (rather than read or nap while my wife does most of the driving). As is to be expected I tend to notice more of the scenery that we are going through when I am driving as opposed to having my eyes glued to a book (with reading glasses on) or having them shut.

I enjoyed the drive. I expected to see more hills, but I guess once you go past the White Mountains I guess you leave most of that terrain behind you. Having grown up in two countries noted for their verdancy, I tend to notice shades of green (often tinged with nostalgia because in my mind there is nothing more peaceful and beautiful as the deeply rich green grass of England, especially when seen from a plane as it banks to land at Heathrow Airport).

As soon as we got on Route 3, just north of the now gone ‘Old Man of the Mountain‘, I started noticing a change in the grass by the side of the road. By the time we got to ‘Twin Mountain’ it was inescapable. Then it became a feature for the rest of the drive through Coos, or as I fondly call it (for obvious reasons) ‘Coors‘ County. The grass was greener than in central NH — by a long chalk (and talking of chalk, lime may be a factor here). The grass is different. It is finer and of a lighter color. But it is devoid of bald spots and weeds as is often the case in Belknap. [Talking of which, on Thursday of this week I saw a large truck, not belonging to the town, spraying the lawns by the side of Alton Main Street. Not sure what that was all about and what budget that was coming out of. How come they don’t spray my lawn? Plus, what are they spraying? Will it make my Golden turn green?]

Furthermore, most of the grass was already mowed. Coming back that afternoon seeing people mowing was common, some with tractors others with push mowers. On one farm I saw two lawn tractors being used in tandem to mow. Was I impressed. Back home I had only seen one person mowing their lawn and he is retired ‘snow bird’ who appears to be compulsive about moving is lawn and blowing away leaves from his drive. He seems to do it everyday. All his lawn mowers (and he seem to have one for each day of the week) and his leaf blowers have defective mufflers, which is kind of ‘OK’ with me — but here is the funny part. The guy is deaf as a lamp post and wears hearing aids in both ears. I always wonder whether he has ever made a connection between his lack of hearing and the defective mufflers.

So what is the deal here. Per my limited knowledge of horticulture the grass should not be greener in Coors. They have a longer winter. My wife reckons that the snow might help. It is marginally possible that the cooler temps up there prevent the grass from getting burned (as it does down here). That could be a factor. I would have thought that the soil was worse up there than here; but I could be wrong on that front. I am sure it is a different type of grass and in general, from what I could see, the type of grass and its quality was consistent across the county. It was like they laid a fine green carpet. I have talked to a few people this last week, at hardware stores etc., as to why the grass is greener in Coors. Some say that it is because the properties along Route 3 (that I was driving on) are ‘old money’ and as such have well established lawns. That is possible, but Belknap isn’t all red neck country either. So if you could shed some light I would be most interested and grateful. Thank you.