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You know, somebody has to throw a monkeywrench into everything. I never once considered it. My whole life is wrecked now that I have to wrestle with this new thought. :Rodney wrote:The thing about any ARS...it really only applies when you are "caught & charged". Till then, you are free to pee on the tree! Besides, wild animals mark their trails all the time! Now...if you get to the point that you can tell who has been on the trail before you, you've gone way too far!Daryl wrote:Just curious; I'm sure public urination is in the ARS. Does that apply to the national forest land? I hope not!!!
Good point...but, in this case, I'm pretty sure the poor spelling is not from the original sign maker. Which brings up yet another ARS...defacing public/private property!suzaz wrote:I agree, poor spelling makes the entire sign null and void.
Hmmmm...I wonder if he could have gotten out of it by saying "you're too late, I had already placed myself under citizen's arrest and was in the process of performing a strip search!"? :idea:suzaz wrote:I actually do know someone that was relaxing in the sun (nude) on National Forest land and managed to get arrested. How do they find these people?
So as long as the naked person is good looking it's okay, but any ugly naked people need to be tossed in the clink?I have seen those who perhaps where not completely naked who I found somewhat offensive And then I have seen those who without a stitch of clothes where not offensive at all!
I think the point is, as long as you don't whip it out and start peeing on a flat rock in front of a group of 12 year old kids that you don't know it doesn't matter.The thing about any ARS...it really only applies when you are "caught & charged". Till then, you are free to pee on the tree!