Decline in Nudists Threatens Tourist Attraction.
July 29, 2002 8:16 AM   Subscribe

Decline in Nudists Threatens Tourist Attraction. Listen people, when you don't go nude, you're letting the terrorists win.
posted by kingmissile (11 comments total)

 
If I went nude, I would be a terrorist.
posted by Dark Messiah at 8:39 AM on July 29, 2002


Can you imagine a "Nude Day" at the San Diego Comic Con?

*shudder*
posted by Hugh2d2 at 8:41 AM on July 29, 2002


Thanks, Hugh2d2.

::: scrubs mind vigorously with soap n' solvent :::
posted by rushmc at 8:42 AM on July 29, 2002


scrubs mind vigorously with soap n' solvent

Sorry, I don't think that's going to remove such a horrible image from your mind. I'm not sure anything can.
posted by kingmissile at 9:35 AM on July 29, 2002


A shotgun blast does wonders. (I'm always here to help.)
posted by Dark Messiah at 9:39 AM on July 29, 2002


It's those fried bacon vendors that are ruining it for everyone else.
posted by machaus at 9:49 AM on July 29, 2002


Metafilter: Newsfeed for Yahoo! Oddly Enough column, delayed a few days.
posted by adampsyche at 10:21 AM on July 29, 2002


This is the Department of Not Getting It, isn't it? Maybe the nudists don't show up any more, because too many people are "just looking" ...
posted by dhartung at 10:47 AM on July 29, 2002


Can you imagine a "Nude Day" at the San Diego Comic Con?
Yea, go to Black Beach down the street, like Dark Messiah said for sure.
posted by thomcatspike at 12:24 PM on July 29, 2002


I remembered being in Munich about a year ago. I went on one of the Mike's Bike's Tour, because it combined two excellent ideas: riding bikes and drinking beer. After the second beer garden [and second liter of wiess beer] the tour went through the English Garden. We were warned of one man, and one man only. The one man who was always at the English Garden, and the one man who always was happy to see Mike's Bike's. The one man that could blind us. The one man that could neutralize us just by standing up. His name: The Hammer. So I saw The Hammer, and he lived up to his name - a tall lanky german, who one could mistake for a tripod. He was so happy to see us, he started running parallel to us.

I have this image seared into my brain. I don't think the tourists will miss the Hammer, or his friends. Just a guess.
posted by plemeljr at 7:17 PM on July 29, 2002


::: waits to see who forces their way into the Lucky 20 today to claim the handle (ahem), The Hammer :::
posted by rushmc at 7:08 AM on July 30, 2002


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