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September 23, 2008


In Idaho, spectators are complaining that cheerleaders' outfits are too skimpy. And in Oregon, police told a naked woman skater to put clothes on after they received complaints from...  construction workers.

(Thanks to many people)


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What? No pictures? Shoddy reporting, again.

"Police say most callers are concerned about her safety."


Absolutely, bill. No giant pigs, no skimy cheerleader outfits, and no Lady Godiva on Skates (which WBAGNFARB).

What is wrong with these newspaper people? No wonder sales are down.

tosses up a missing 'k'

Don't you mean missing 'p' Jeff?

Maybe the skater was not attractive and clothes would be a blessing? Why else would construction workers complain about a naked woman?

Yeah, I do. I guess I was too incensed by the creeping fascism involved.

Or mebbe is wasn't a woman??


Cheryl's linky

Those construction workers must have been staying at the YMCA! It's fun to stay at the YMCA!

I don't see a problem with the outfits at all.

I was wondering also, just how ugly do you have to be to have construction workers want you to put clothes on?

Anna's linky

She's actually not too tough on the eyes. That links to another story on her, where you may follow a link to, yes, pictures of her barefoot all over.

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