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Nude (Nudist) Colony In Maine, in Durham — Now Defunct.

by Anura Guruge

We do have a mission here, at this blog, of trying to identify and document
all of the nude (nudist) beaches in New Hampshire and Maine.

While this, from what I can see, does not qualify as a beach,
unless it was by the river, 
and, moreover, it is now defunct
— I felt I should document it for posterity and completeness.

From the March 27, 2016, U.K. “Daily Mail”
(which I read every morning).

Click here for the original U.K. “Daily Mail” article.

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Durham, Maine from Google Maps — relative to Portland, Freeport, Brunswick, Bath & Lewiston. Not on the coast or by any BIG lakes. Also not that far north from Maine’s southern border. There is a LOT of Maine above this area.

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by Anura Guruge

Claim That Smart People Tend To Be Loners Made Me Smile. SMILE.

by Anura Guruge

Click here to access the U.K. “Daily Mail” original
from March 22, 2016.

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When I saw the headline this morning it made me SMILE.

Well I can’t relate since I am not smart. Plus I am supposed to be an off-the-scale extrovert though extroverts can be loners.

During the short time I worked at ‘Data General‘ (DG), another now defunct minicomputer legend of the 1980s, there should to be a V.P. who per what he must have learned at some seminar he attended would always challenge folks (I among them): “IF you are so smart, why aren’t you richer?” Damn good question and I do, to an extent, agree. While drug dealers and pimps can be rich most of the rich people I know are, of course, smarter than I. This “IF you are so smart, why aren’t you richer?” has been a consolation to I. I can better reconcile why I am so poor. Not smart enough. Q.E.D. Smile.

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by Anura Guruge