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Well, as someone who went topless — in every sense of the word — most days this Summer, I have the absolute right to arbitrate on this matter of toplessness — a subject near and dear to many in New Hampshire.
Rejoice, we had 112-days of toplessness.
How many days did YOU go topless. I know, for sure, that I went more than 60 days. Probably close to 70 or 75.
Well, the day has come.
The top has to go on and today, ALAS, I had to wear two T-shirts for my morning walk/run. First time since June. Not good. Winter is coming.
Well. I have spoken. Matter is now CLOSED — i.e., the 2019 New Hampshire topless season.
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Attribution WILL be enforced.
September 30 and the 2019 registration came to an end — as did the registration on 4 other cars. The joys of owning 6 cars. I have never owned an unregistered/uninsured car! Asked my friend at the Town Hall who does the resignations as to what the deal is. The price remains the same, but you can register whenever — the only thing is that you have to get it inspected the same day you get it registered.
Though it 30-years old it is not cheap to register since it was $44,000+ car when new.
I typically don’t drive it after September. Why? Because I only enjoy driving it topless and I, in my old age, like to freeze my bones. So, didn’t see the point of paying to have it registered if I am not going to be driving it till April/May. So, that is what I did. IT IS INSURED. I am not stupid!
Took it for a good run. I keep the battery trickled charge non-stop. So, it started first time. It is a TRUE Jag. It likes to stretch it legs. That V12 is something else.
Well, it is now hibernating.
This, in reality, is NOT my car. It is Teischan’s. She just lets me use it, register it, insure it and pay for its upkeep. She will get it when she can drive!
Well, the Summer is over.
Impressive & Topical, 20′ Statue Of 140 Migrants Installed In St. Peter’s Square — By Canadian Sculpture.
Impressive. I am told the first statue to be installed in St. Peter’s Square in 400-years!
Extremely topical subject both in the U.S. and Europe. So, the timing is impeccable. The statue is by Canadian Timothy Schmalz and is called ‘Angels Unaware‘. He is best known for his ‘Homeless Jesus‘.
I like both statues, BUT I will confess that when I saw the pictures of ‘Angels Unaware’ I was immediately — and I mean like at once — reminded of one of my favorite sculptures, Rodin’s ‘The Burghers of Calais‘. Again a story of those forsaken. Yes, Rodin’s only has 6 people. It was just the overall look and theme.