About nudism

Following two BBC articles on nudism (Finland naked swimmers bid for the biggest skinny dip record – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-40624317,  and No naked dancing, Canada revellers told – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40622895), Goose and Falcon reflect on differences between cultures and countries. But first, they talk about the new program by Dead leaves and Turtles. Hawk: Goose, do you get me well? I’m calling…

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Clothes as a social convention

Turtles and Dead Leaves go back to what Goose and Hawk have said about nudism; they explain that clothes are a social convention that defines the values of a given society, and that their rejection aims to create new norms. Turtles: Dead leaves, did you listen to Goose and Hawk lately? Dead leaves: their show about nudism? Turtles: yes, that’s the one. A…

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A unique business venture

Now that the Blue berries are assured of their offspring, they ask Stick if he’d like to join them in creating an unique business venture that would use the skills of several inhabitants of the Domain. Blue berries: Stick, we want to thank you for planting some of us in the ground. It will allow us to…

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The Pope, fake news, and Snake

After the Pope claimed that the first fake news was in the biblical story of temptation, Goose and Hawk ask Snake what he thinks about it. They are in for a surprise! (ref:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-42802295) Hawk: hi Goose, nice to see you again! You brought us a guest today, how are you, Snake? Snake: very well, Hawk,…

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Are true and false only points of views?

Turtles and Dead leaves comment on the Goose and Hawk broadcast in which Snake suggests that true and false are only points of view and says there are never any fake news. Turtles: Dead leaves, did you hear what Snake said last week in the Goose and Falcon show? Dead leaves: yes, and he almost convinced us that true and…

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