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  • Topless in Public?

    This week the Supreme Court dismissed an appeal of a NH case where women were arrested for going topless in public backing the ban the New Hampshire Supreme Court, which said their was no right to go topless.

    Yet in October the 10th circuit court of appeals upheld the right of a women to go topless in public and the State of Colorado that had originally charged the women did not appeal. New York has allowed women to go topless since the 70's. Madi Gras is coming up and women will want to earn their beads.

    JUST what is the law concerning women being topless in public?

    5 AnswersLaw & Ethics7 months ago
  • Poker Odds - Probability of two Royal Flushes in a two handed game.?

    There was a story on strip poker on the literotica website.......

    "I picked up my cards and stared at them. Only once before in my life had I ever seen a royal flush.. but that was what I held in my hands. I had the ten through the ace of clubs but, before I could lay the cards down on the table and watch the sexy lady strip off her panties, she beat me to it.

    "Read 'em and weep, George," she announced, and placed her cards on the table facing me.

    That was the third time I had seen a royal flush, and hers was in hearts. The odds against one such hand are immense; the chances of two at the same time in a two-handed game have probably never been calculated......"

    I guess it could happen but the odds must be astronomical just how astronomical I would love to know.


    Story here:

    5 AnswersMathematics8 years ago
  • Is this really going to happen in the U.K., every e-mail, phone call, and website visited to be recorded?

    Every email, phone call and website visit is to be recorded and stored after the Coalition Government revived controversial Big Brother snooping plans.. according to an article I read in the Daily Telegraph.

    I am an American and this seems like the ultimate invasion of privacy to me.

    I am wondering if this might become law in England and what the people of the U.K. think about this?

    12 AnswersCurrent Events10 years ago