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What is the harm in a bit of nipple for one weekend a year?

To The Daily Sun,

Oh boy, here comes Motorcycle Week! I love the aroma of Harley exhaust in the morning. It smells like party time!

Actually the sacred event seems rather tame the last few years. Do you remember when the crowds along Lakeside Avenue would be standing behind a snow fence knee deep in beer cans, with the traffic backed up for miles in every direction, and the raucous cries of "Show me your (chest)!" Oh, those were the days!

But alas, the powers that be have managed to stifle much of the enthusiasm that made MC week so special. The young biker daredevils have been largely replaced by shuffling old duffers trying to relive their glory days. At least the body count has gone down.

Part of the campaign to tame Bike Week was the ordinance banning women's bare breasts in public, and in my opinion has been the biggest wet blanket over the whole event. Unlike topless women at the beach where they do rightly offend the wholesome family atmosphere, the kind of people who visit Laconia on the third weekend in June do very much welcome some occasional bawdy and impromptu amateur adult entertainment.

Really now, in this era of anything goes, what is the harm in a bit of nipple for one weekend out of the whole year? When a good-looking chick flashes her headlights at a group of biker dudes, you can bet that they will go home with big smiles and great stories to tell. What better advertising is that? Do we want these guys to feel welcome or what?

Alan Moon


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Why is there no autism in the Amish population? No vaccines?

To The Daily Sun,

So, Mr. Cracraft's twaddle-speak has been elevated to column status. "Not all ideas are created equal"? It behooves us to remember: Tell a lie often enough and loudly enough (column = loudly enough) and people will begin to believe it's true.

To Mr. Cracraft and his educrat ilk, humans caused global warming, oh — must be called "climate change" now — must be considered truth. I remember my grade school and high school earth science: carbon dioxide plus chlorophyll (what makes plants green) plus sunlight causing photosynthesis equals oxygen. Why are climate alarmists intent on destroying that link in the chain of life? More carbon dioxide equals happy trees.

I also find it fascinating how, once someone retires and no longer fears jeopardizing their career, they come forward with data to prove the climate change narrative is false (http://tinyurl.com/jc8jdza). Yes, the Weather Channel then scrambled to disavow the truth — toe the line to keep your business safe. Then NASA dared to challenge (http://tinyurl.com/kzvrymb). Even more enlightening, NOAA had to falsify data to support "climate change" (http://tinyurl.com/pxfqxq2). When you alter data to "correct" it to produce the result you want from your theory, you are, in fact, propagating a lie.

Falsifying research data has drawn top scientists to investigate how much the data has been tampered with (http://tinyurl.com/kzaldgc) to get the "desired" alarmist results. A Nobel scientist is not afraid to tell you that it's not real (http://tinyurl.com/z39bzfp)! Keeping with truth — "climate change" has been going on since before the time of the dinosaurs. Our good earth has been far warmer than it is now, and also much colder — many scientists can confirm this.

Want to talk about what is really wreaking havoc on our weather? Check out the real culprit: government playing God — chemtrails and HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program). I can just hear the educrats' shrieks of "conspiracy theory!"! Really? This article from March 2016 (http://tinyurl.com/hbxpcjf) from a prominent nuclear scientist is an eye-opener. More information: "Angels Don't Play This HAARP, Advances in Tesla Technology" by Dr. Nick Begich and Jeane Manning. The review titled "The Military's Pandora's Box" by Dr. Nick Begich and Jeane Manning is at http://haarp.net/ and quite revealing. Yes folks, chemtrails and HAARP are real — and probably are the devil-in-the-details where crazy weather and climate chaos are concerned.

As for vaccines, Mr. Cracraft claims they are immunization. Why do parents of vaccinated children fear of unvaccinated children? Why are "booster shots" — tetanus or (for pets) rabies — needed? Probably because they do not provide immunization. Whooping cough (http://tinyurl.com/jlufgak), why does is spread mostly in vaccinated populations? More and more doctors are speaking out against vaccination (http://tinyurl.com/qye7jas). It was proven, in Europe, many years before the CDC and FDA admit the truth the vaccinations cause autism and SIDS (http://tinyurl.com/jxsbdm6, http://tinyurl.com/knckmtc). SIDS and autism are now listed in the cautionary insert that every parent should review before getting their child vaccinated.

More proof? Why is there no autism in the Amish population? Right, no vaccines (http://tinyurl.com/hvynh73). Other factors impacting health may hold real answers (http://tinyurl.com/h9lmopd). Why on earth would the courts of this country deny your right (http://tinyurl.com/6dkq7za) to sue pharmaceutical companies when they cause your children harm? Are you aware what the real purpose of the vaccines/shots in "wellness visits" (http://tinyurl.com/qy856cc)? They are training the parents by pumping babies full of poisons. Before the first year of age vaccines have no effect. Scary, isn't it? Please educate yourself before caving to the opinion of some condescending educrat or some doctor who could well be taking kick-backs to push pharmaceutical poison.

Chiropractors, Mr. Cracraft, are not quacks. Fact is, my chiropractor has been a better doctor to me than any MD or "specialist" who has ever treated me. The specialist ended up being the insufferable quack. I have a scar wider than my thumb and as long as my middle finger to attest to that. Chiropractors' training is as in-depth as any basic MD. The fact that they do not subscribe to the cut/poison/radiation philosophy of medicine does not make them quacks.

I certainly hope that folks will take Mr. Cracraft's nattering with a bit (a winter dump truck load!) of salt and do their due diligence before taking him seriously.

A.C.R. Piper

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