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Kia Sinclair’s comments (via ‘e-mail’) on January 13, 2020.
“I am disappointed as well. The good news is this is only the court declining to review our case, it isn’t a ruling on its merits. It sets no precedent. It’s rare for SCOTUS to grant cert. We have other legal avenues we can down. Currently there are several cases around the issue of female toplessness around the country, so the fight is far from over.”
Kia Sinclair’s original explanation of her
goals for this movement
from July 2015.
Click to access my July 2015 post.
There are quite a few posts on this blog about
Kia Sinclair and her “Free the Female Nipple” N.H. movement.
Use this blog’s search function to locate them.
I got to know Kia Sinclair, a dynamic, eloquent, cerebral & committed, young lady in 2015 when she courageously started this movement. We collaborated quite a bit that Summer. That is how I got to know Kia. She is an impressive lady and I know she will prevail. Of that there can be no doubt or debate.
This is Alex Ray, the founder and owner of ‘The Common Man‘ chain of HUGELY successful restaurants in New Hampshire — and a now noted philanthropist and avid thespian.
Alex has been a feature of the Sandwich Fair for 28-years or more. And despite is fame and fortune (which he underplays) he enjoys serving up his sleeves (if he has any) and cooking and serving at the Fair.
I met Alex in 1998 when he was setting up the “Town Docks” restaurant in Meredith and I was launching “Waiters of Waters” (WOW). Alex helped us TREMENDOUSLY. At our first meeting, once I talked him into coming down from the roof (which he was repairing) he insisted that we needed a 1-page contract between us and the restaurants that spelled out everything including the discounts and who paid the NH meals tax. That contract saved our bacon a number of times. Alex is GOOD.
I enjoy taking pictures of him (as you can tell).
I have BEGGED him to let me write his biography BUT he is adamant that he does not have a story to tell.
Since I am a HUGE fan of Roku I am HAPPY to celebrate “National Streaming Day 2016” with them and you.
If nothing else I plan to watch Day 2 highlights of the England vs. Sri Lanka 1st Test, from Headingley (Leeds), on “One Sports“, via my Roku tonight. I watched Day 1 highlights last night — thanks to Roku.
Did YOU know that ‘roku’ means six (6) in Japanese?
It was the founder’s sixth attempt! Cool. He was on CNBC this morning — which is how I heard about this.
Click to ENLARGE and enjoy here. From roku.com.
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“Free the Nipple NH” Tumblr Blog is still there. But, you need to log into Tumblr and jump through hoops. And even then you can now (i.e., after December 2018) see some of the posts. But, there are some that are still worth seeing.