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April 05, 2010


About two dozen women drew a crowd of onlookers when they shed their shirts and marched downtown in Maine's largest city to promote what they call equal-opportunity public toplessness.

(Thanks to Rick Day and Jeff Meyerson)


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Whut? *blink blink*

Well it was 80 degrees! I was HOT!

Dave, check your mail - mine had pictures.

Definitely a cause worth supporting.

Shoddy reporting. We want pictures.

Coincidentally, three banks on the other side of town were robbed that afternoon.

Ask and ye shall receive, Al.

And thanks, Dave!

*Arranges kilted men march to promote equal-opportunity public skirtedness.*

NotSherly - As a fair and unbalanced reporter, I will lie down on the parade route and snap relevant photos.

(Meet me at the clubhouse after!)

They made their point. 48 times they made their point.

*rimshot* for Mot

Maybe they should just put in a stripper lamp pole. The story says it's legal.

You got it, Punkin.

This is THE civil rights issue for our time. And civil lefts as well.

Even the BACK of a topless woman is pretty.

Not as good as the front, though, for sure.

So that was Saturday's Maine Event?

Since it's been an hour since any blog guys posted I will assume they are on their way to support the cause. They're thoughtful that way.

Have to keep abreast of the situation.

*SMACKS* Jeff with Punkin's girls!!

Note the last paragraph of the story.

1) Those women need to do better research.
2) I need to move to Maine.

Maine - Live free or ... wear a bra?

This was the most uplifting story of the day ! Well maybe it depends on their age....it may have been a rather saggy story......

They raised awareness and raised a few other things too.

*wonders how many backs of topless women that bonmot sees*

Well, call me a "bra" 'cause I'll support the heck out of 'em.

Steve, I would say then call me a jock strap because of the same reason but ewwwwww. It just doesn't have the same ring to it.

I oppose whatever they are protesting -- in order to keep them protesting like that.

*hoses down the blog boys*

Geez...get a grip...er...I mean...cool off a bit!

Cindy, shouldn't all the sports nuts be called "athletic supporters"?

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