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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Naked Schlong Bike Ride Day

Posted on Wed, Aug 14, 2013 at 7:00 PM

Look, I'm as forward thinking as the rest. But ok..someone tell me the root cause of this again??? Is it to show vulnerability of a biker as a metaphor if you will, that bikers have no protection against the road and its traffic..is that about right? Well, its not that at all...its a chance for exhibitionists to schlong away and not get arrested. Its a time to let young teens to follow you and giggle, it's a time to show yourself off to all ages...this isn't ethical, and in these times should have a second thought or three on carrying this out. If you noticed though, most had on a helmet...so the metaphor was for what again? Naked against traffic? I believe its something that shouldn't be on the yearly roster. Comeon, find somethign else to do. If you noticed, there wasn't any signs, just a bunch of naked fools bicycling away without being arrested. And, if its legal to bike naked for one day, you are opening up a can of worms for any other day as far as i'm concerned. Why don't we have naked at work day?? Provincially approved, to show how vulnerable the worker bees feel at the constant threat of being laid off. Or, how about naked day on the bus? The bus doesn't have any seatbelts, and being naked would represent how vulnerable we are on buses without seatbelts. I could go on, but i think y'all get my point. Why? —Naked as a Jay Bird.

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