Monday, May 29, 2017

I walked at Greenlake today 3 circuits.  This is walk 16, circuits 30, 31 and 32 and there was an endless number of thongs worn or shown today, stopping around 7 p.m when a lot of people start putting outer clothing on over swimwear or undies.   By my count there were 8 thongs worn during the three circuits, and that brings the thong count to 38.

The first “circuit” was only a part walk and then return.

I walked in the morning with a katana while in black shirt and white bow tie.  The public and lifeguards seemed to be at peace.  There was a 911 call on the map as suspicious person or circumstances at 1:21 p.m. at 7200 E Greenlake Dr N.  Whether that was related to me is hard to say.  The call was #17000190872.  I had left that area around 12:10 p.m..  We never know for sure if patrol arrived an hour later to make sure that no one was threatening anyone else with a sheathed sword.  I suppose I could make a public disclosure request.

There was a group baptizing in the morning at East Greenlake beach.  After the baptisms, some of the people then pranked each other by carrying and dunking each other, with some degree of struggling consent.  No one particularly asks to be extra prank dunked, though one photo shows a woman laughing after her prank dunking.  On the other hand, I thought I heard a profanity at one point from one of the women being prank dunked, but my ears may have been playing tricks on me.

The people being baptized were mostly Asian with other Asians. I said konichiwa to one new acquaintance who also took my photo.

The lifeguards worked a bit to help make sure that prank dunk persons were not dropped on the steps going into the water.

Around this time, one girl was diving from the diving board and created a nice set of photos from top of the diving board to her landing in the water.

There were some girls at some other points that morning and “girls,” we may presume, do not wear thongs.  I mean, I am sure that they do not.

Later in the day, one person I think to be a “girl” was wearing a tie side string bikini bottom.  It was not a thong but some people choose those to be interesting.

There was a student of massage doing massage for free for 10 minutes.  I asked if she had seen me in other outfits and she said she had seen a guy in a tutu and a free hugs sign.  She thought that was funny!   We discussed whether or not it was a tutu!

In the afternoon, there were a lot of people who waved or gestured to me appreciation or traded V-signs with me.  At one point I was passing by two women and one of them had her phone out and they seemed to be also looking my way and we traded V-signs of greeting.  My guess is that they were in the process of taking my photo, but I don’t know for sure!

Here are the fun photos of the day . . .  including geese and the free massage sign.  Being stuck in the area to wait for the free massage was probably a  reasonable thing for photos that I did while waiting!

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2 thoughts on “Monday, May 29, 2017

  1. Tommy

    Hi.

    I don’t understand this blog. You write about sexual assaults, write about women’s bodies, take creepy pictures, write about topfree and naked women, write about women dressed in skimpy outfits at restaurants, and seem proud of bearing a sign saying “free hugs.” You even seem proud of the fact that the police may have been called on you because you’re so creepy.

    Why don’t you stop being a creep?

    Presumably you have a mental impariment of some sort, or a developmental disorder such as autism. Regardless, you know you’re a creep, so why don’t you just stop doing it? Or, at the least, don’t publicize your regular creepiness on this blog.

    smh

    Reply
    1. zaitzeff Post author

      Greetings Tommy.

      Thanks for posting on my blog and noticing!

      I could be wrong, but I don’t believe that those with autism communicate much on blogs.

      You write, “You . . . write about women’s bodies.” If you read my blog, you would find that I actually don’t. My comments about women’s bodies are usually limited to cute, pretty, fun or thanks as a caption in a photo. The truth is that people are different and I have friends or relatives who have helped me who are overweight–but I don’t normally think of those persons as such. They are people who have helped or cared for me and who may need some help from God or others to be motivated to walk or run some. Some people are cute, fun, pretty or beautiful and I think it is ok to notice . . .

      Also, about writing about sexual assault, you don’t seem to have noticed that I have discussed weapons carry and similar things on the topics of the beatings and robberies on capitol hill. Do you believe I have some perverse interest in hate crimes or robberies while include beatings?

      I could be wrong, but I think that one reason for my starting the sexual assault category on the blog was that a high school near Olympia had some boys and an advisor who had created an awareness campaign claiming that 25% of the young ladies of the school would be “sexually assaulted” by the time that they left high school, or perhaps there was some worse representation of statistics. The problem is that “sexual assault” as it is used in the surveys and statistics includes groping, fondling and may include butt patting or bra strap snapping.

      Hm . . . “Sexual assault may or may not involve force and includes grabbing or fondling. . . About 1 in 5 (18%) were verbal threats of rape or sexual assault.

      The way that RAINN (or RAINN’s sources) keeps the statistics, it appears that a woman may be “sexually assaulted” by being, without being touched, verbally threatened with sexual assault.

      You write, “You . . . write about women dressed in skimpy outfits at restaurants.”

      Do you mean the waitresses of Twin Peaks or do you mean the RHS cheerleaders on their fundraising day at the RAM restaurant? Either way, I try to be encouraging, rather than discouraging, and to let people know, if I can do so peacefully and gently, when they are being pretty!

      Lets see if I can find a bit of the post re “women in skimpy outfits” in restaurants . . . Oh, yes . . .

      “The skirt of the cheerleaders was nicely short, but I have not been to a lot of other hs cheerleading events and so I do not know what is normal. I was probably somewhat distracted by the presence of the police and so I did not notice the prettiness of the cheerleaders as much as I would have otherwise! Oh, bad!”

      Does this reflect a perverse interest in the skirt length of young ladies?

      When the waitresses in other restaurants wear their shorts, are they intending to be noticed and appreciated?

      When I listen to the Jupiter symphony by Mozart, as I am now, you probably don’t have a problem with my saying it is fun or pretty. In fact it is good for mental health to appreciate Mozart and other similar music.

      Reply

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