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Kenny Be's Worst-Case Scenario: Naked Ambition

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The election is over and we can all turn out attention from the people who run for political office to the people who run naked through the streets. Nearly a dozen of the participants in last week's Naked Pumpkin Run in Boulder were arrested for indecent exposure. Now is the time to fight for the right to bare arms (and asses, for that matter) by demanding more naked fun run events -- each with festive accessories that help accentuate nudity while hiding identity... -- Kenny Be

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