86 views but no one is gonna touch this? ::::handing out 10-foot bamboo poles:::::
what's the difference between the homeowner collecting $20 for refreshments or turning the orgie into a pot luck dinner where everyone brings, um, a dish?
though i'd be pretty upset if i had 100 cars trying to park on my street every night.
suppose it wasn't about sex, just a very successful tupperware party. how about a religious organization holding meetings each week in the pastor's home.
obviously this is not a business, certainly not a for profit one. i'd imagine just the clean up would take more than 20 bucks a, um, pop. this is just someone having fun. it's actually kind of interesting to see how zoning would apply to how we use our homes for the gathering of our friends.
i have friends over every so often but i don't have 100 intimate friends. if i did, i certainly would invite them over. fortunately, i have a library parking lot one block away and public school parking two blocks away so at least parking wouldn't be the issue. are swingers allowed to park at a public school or is that against zoning too?
"off with their heads"~~dr. joseph-ignace guillotin
"life should begin with age and its privileges and accumulations, and end with youth and its capacity to splendidly enjoy such advantages."~~mark twain - letter to edward kimmitt 1901