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Nudity vote test

San Francisco, Nov. 19 (AP): San Francisco’s lawmakers are voting tomorrow on whether to ban nudity in a city where anything goes, including clothes.

The ordinance would prohibit nudity in most public places. It represents an escalation of a two-year fight between a group of men who strut their stuff through the city’s famously gay Castro District and the supervisor who represents the area. Supervisor Scott Wiener’s proposal would make it illegal for a person over the age of 5 to “expose his or her genitals, perineum or anal region on any public street, sidewalk, street median, parklet or plaza” or while using public transit.

AC/DC rock on iTunes

New York (Reuters): AC/DC’S entire catalogue, including 20 studio and live albums and three compilations will be available on iTunes for the first time worldwide, Columbia Records and Apple said on Monday. Until now the Australian heavy metal group had refused to put their music on Apple’s online music store. “AC/DC’s thunderous and primal rock and roll has excited fans for generations with their raw and rebellious brand of music,” Columbia Records and Apple said in a statement announcing the deal.


 
 
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