You have confirmed for all those who wonder that nude does not equal lewd nor does it have any sexual implications at all. We live in Florida and are members of a family nudist park. I will state unashamedly that all people owe it to themselves to try it at least once. Put it on your bucket list and face this universal fear for once in your life. The experience will not be as you imagine. You will feel the freeest you have ever been. You will feel the most accepted and least judged ever. Then make your judgment.
The dots must be joined up between the officer's account, witnesses and evidence. If this happened to your relative or close friend you would want to make sense of this death. It appears the cop is hiding and controlling evidence - just doesn't seem ethical or objective which is a concern for the public
Can I have the sunscreen concession at cedar creek?
Loved the article . What a memory maker.
Hey I live on a private piece of land on a creek on Johns island and you and your sister can come run naked around here anytime, and oh yeah I got tequila.
Hmmm, I used an app named Hotspot about a month ago that looks like and does the almost the same thing. They offer passes to open bars and happy hour deals.
I really enjoyed the article. Congrats on the first big step. After reading your article we are gonna have to come visit the place. Thank you for that. It's sad that so many folks are so afraid to try nudism. I'm convinced and have shared it with a lot of people: "You owe it to yourself to at least try it" I waited till I was over 50 years old. I missed a whole lot of years of freedom. Now we enjoy it as much as possible.
CHS9000: I think, for it to work, it needs to do two things:
1. Develop a good customer experience to inspire loyalty
2. Draw customers that pay well
If someone has an extra $20 lying around to dedicate to bonus cover charges, they're probably the type of person to order $12 cocktails instead of $4 cans of Bud Light. An additional, psychological layer would to enhance the sense of exclusivity, already played up by all the velvet ropes downtown. "Okay, we can finally let you four in... even though we're only 20% full. SUCKERS!"
If it is a bad business model, it will wilt. But there's a lot of money to be shaken loose from douchebags, and if these guys find the formula then bully for them.
I would love if warehouse uses it! Or even ACs-gotta love my PBR
A lot of the people who hang out at Cedar Creek to uncover the beautry of nature are not dissappointed. Aroused by the freedom that comes from seeing others with nothing to hide, one can hardly imagine ever wanting to wear clothes again. And why should you have to? Why should exposing oneself be considered indecent? Perhaps when the bathroom issue is resolved, the right to work and play in the nude might be the next big legal battleground. But for the moment, and for the most part, no nudes is good nudes.
I heard warehouse is going to start using it
HI Connell. Sorry we miss seeing you that weekend. We were out of state for vacation. We have been members at The Creek for 7 + years and LOVE IT. We have several close friends there at The Creek. Hope to see you and your sister again at The Creek. Until then, Stay Nude.. :-)
Jojojo, First rule of nudist/naturist etiquette demands one sit on his/her own towel to protect you from the seat and the seat from you. Splinters hurt.
Tracy, why make it a yearly excursion....they're open all year.
A couple of years ago the Cedar Creek Social Committee as a fundraiser sold canvas laundry bags that read: "Nothing to wash but a load of towels!" Carrying and sitting on your own towel is at the top of the list when it comes to nudist etiquette.
One thing of interest... other than the golf cart ride and the slip-slide, I take it you were standing. Sitting where someone else was..."disgusting"
They were at republic awhile ago and it was $20 a pass, they had told me that the bar owners actually sets the price of the ticket and pass number.
Great job on the article. It's been a couple years since I went to cedar creek. It really is a nice place.
This is great for patrons, but idk what the incentive is for bar owners to use this. They get like $3 on every $5 pass which is limited to say 50? So an extra $150 a night? Maybe if passes were $10 or $15 and the bar got something $8 or $13. Also chances are if a bar has a line that people would pay money to skip, you probably aren't interested in paying for access to analytics.
It's a volume business model for the company that makes this but not for bar owners whose profit is essentially capped by how many passes are allowed.
Bar scene analytics,..can't believe no one focused on this before now,...how RAAD!
This contrasts nicely with your been-wronged-by-the-courtship-routine column.
Love the idea! Cofc representing!
You & your Sissy need to make Cedar Creek an annual event !
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