Want to know more about Jaime in the Morning!? Today's social dilemma happened to me earlier this week, and I was hesitant to talk about it, but after discussing it with some coworkers, I thought I would ask your opinion on this. Okay, so the other night I was getting ready for bed. Now keep in mind I get ready for bed very early, around Anyway, I'm in my bedroom and I look outside and I see my neighbor in her window completely naked.
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There's no getting around it: Kids are weird. Like, really weird. Fortunately, most of their weirdness is pretty comical, and if you're lucky, it happens at home, behind closed doors where the neighbors can't see. An eagle-eyed neighbor recently texted the Cedar Rapids, Iowa, mom to let her know that her 2-year-old was up to no good -- and let's just say, the photos are a reminder of just how hilariously odd toddlers can be.
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My apartment on the top floor of a Brooklyn co-op faces a courtyard. A resident on the opposite side of the courtyard complained to management that I have been spotted naked in my apartment. The neighbor must see me early in the morning when I go to the kitchen to boil water. The waist-high window has curtains pulled back at the bottom around a plant on the sill, and the courtyard is about feet across. This person must be working pretty hard to catch this view. What does the law say about my right to be naked in my own home? New York State decency laws do apply to some behavior inside a private residence. You could cross a line if you were to, say, intentionally flash your neighbors for an extended period of time, a situation I pondered a few years ago in this column. Sherman , a real estate lawyer and a partner at the Manhattan law firm Pryor Cashman. And, frankly, why should we feel obligated to stop?