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There’s a good reason that God invented clothing, and for most of us, if you bother to look in a full-length mirror just after exiting the shower, you can see why.
There’s also the issue of something our culture used to call decorum, defined as “dignified propriety of behavior, speech, dress, etc.”
Dignified propriety.
That’s the opposite of what got some folks in trouble in New York this week.
As Carol Burnett remarked in her motion picture, “The Four Seasons,” “I don’t like to see my friends naked. It makes it difficult to eat dinner with ...


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