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HUGE, Huge WIN For ‘Free The Nipple’ – Laconia, N.H. Now Sticks Out, Awkwardly.

by Anura Guruge


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The de facto win for ‘Free the Nipple‘ in ‘Fort Collins‘, Colorado is HUGE and with enormous consequences.

‘Fort Collins’ was trying to enforce the SAME local ordinance, when it came to female toplessness, as Weirs Beach, Laconia.

Fort Collins admitted defeat. Laconia should do the SAME.

A Circuit Court decision has sided with ‘Free the Nipple‘.

Kia Sinclair should rejoice. She was right all along.

This is GREAT. This is WONDERFUL.

The Laconia ordinance is wrong. It is now borderline invalid.

Kia Sinclair no longer needs to take this to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Case has been decided, in Kia’s favor, in Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Kansas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma.

SIX (6) states.

Laconia has no leg to stand on.

Kia Sinclair prevails.

Free the Nipple stands firm.


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I Can’t Believe That American Airlines (AA) Is Now Painting Their Planes — It Is A Betrayal.

by Anura Guruge


The ‘new’ PAINTED AA planes.



Hadn’t flown American in a couple of years and had NOT noticed until ‘last’ week when we flew to New Mexico/Arizona to visit Canyon de Chelly, again.

I was upset to see the PAINTED AA planes.

As a MILLION MILE AA Frequent Flyer I have a vested interest in AA. The unpainted planes were supposed to save money. Paint adding 400 – 700 pounds of weight to a plane. But, it appears that keeping the metal look is not for free. This article from Boeing explains it, with figures.

But, unpainted buffed planes were the TRADEMARK of AA. I did most of my AA flying, 1980 — 1999 during the tenure of the legendary AA Chairman, Bob Crandall. I was a big fan of his. I remember reading, in the AA inflight magazine Crandall singing the praises of unpainted planes.

A quick Google shows me that I am NOT the only one that has expressed concern.

And now this. Change is hard. Change can be sad.


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The Picture Of The Day (Google Pixel 2) + 6 Also-Rans — July 28, 2018.

by Anura Guruge


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Albuquerque airport New Mexico July 2018 Anura Guruge Google Pixel 2


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There Is NO “Alienation of Affection” Law In New Hampshire.

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This post is for whoever was doing a search on this, as it pertains to New Hampshire, this morning. I am glad you found my original post, which was about the repealing of the adultery law, where I mentioned in passing that New Hampshire, thank ‘somebody’, does not have an “alienation of affection” law. It probably did at some point. Most likely it was the law in most states at one point. Very puritanical. Thou shall not mess with somebody else’s marriage. It is kind of Biblical. Extrapolation of the adultery law.

I remember, growing up in Ceylon, where we, per British law, still had “Breach of Promise” (of matrimony) on the books. So you can see the logic.

It is amazing that “alienation of affection” is still around in some states. As far as I can see, and PLEASE do not take my word on this, check in your own state, the ONLY states that still permit lawyers to file such lawsuits are: North Carolina, Illinois, Mississippi, New Mexico, South Dakota and Utah. I think it is, however, most prevalent in North Carolina. That is where I heard about it — and how and why I heard about it does not warrant discussion here. It was kind of amusing.

To be fair it, like adultery, is an equal-opportunity law, with no gender bias. The affection being alienated can be that of the husband or wife. There have been some hefty settlements in North Carolina.

I can only smile, though I am sure if you live in one of the states that still has this archaic law on the books you probably don’t think it is funny. But then again it is best not to mess with other people’s marriages.