The pertinent passage from the Oklahoma Statutes, Title 21, Chapter 39, Section 1021:
Every person who willfully and knowingly either:
Now consider the fact that when I was house-shopping last fall, one of the desiderata though one I wasn't particularly anxious to explain was a six-foot wooden (none of that chain-link stuff) fence around the entire back yard, and it becomes obvious why this is a matter of interest to me.
And I don't have any burning desire to offend or annoy the neighborhood. (I have a Web site that's offensive and/or annoying enough.) But inasmuch as I'm not on public display in that back yard, I don't see anything particularly heinous about wanting to fend off the possibility of tan lines. What I'd really like to do is negotiate some sort of non-aggression pact with the neighbors; for all I know, they might be thinking the same thing.
Besides, it's hot outside.
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