Public Nudity Pushes Boundaries
Posted in Politics by Peter W. Schramm
A city official introduces a measure to put limits on nudity and provide posterior protection for public seating. The proposal has ignited a debate on acceptable behavior in the notoriously open city. San Francisco
is going to legislate something they would prefer not legislating, but are compelled to for reasons of "basic public health." Sorry, I couldn't resist bringing it to your attention!
1:19 PM / September 8, 2011
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Just a note: The City of San Francisco is going broke, mainly from (of course) city worker pensions. SF is millions of dollars in debt. Of course measures like getting rid of toys in Happy Meals and limiting nudity are things that will greatly help the finanical situation that SF is facing.
I know this is ad nauseum, but you just can't fix stupid.