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    In the article located at http://www.wikihow.com/Sleep-Comfort...n-a-Hot-Night, it is strange that they imply sleeping nude, but never state it outright.

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    In the article located at http://www.wikihow.com/Sleep-Comfort...n-a-Hot-Night, it is strange that they imply sleeping nude, but never state it outright.

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    • #3
      There's no article at that page. Just an invitation to write an article to fit the title.

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      • #4
        Darn editors must have deleted it. There was something there yesterday.

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        • #5
          The page and article are there. I just left it. Nice suggestions, but I am a little skeptical on going to bed 'wet'. Sure, a nice way to cool off, but sleeping on a wet mattress...

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            Darn editors must have deleted it. There was something there yesterday.


            Leave the comma off the URL and it works:

            http://www.wikihow.com/Sleep-Comfortably-on-a-Hot-Night

            -Mark

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            • #7
              Those tips-minus the wet stuff-is how I slept as a young teen. Fan pulling cool night air into my room and directl onto my naked body. No sheets or covers. That's how you do it when the house is brick and there's no air-conditioning!

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              • #8
                quote:
                Originally posted by Naturist Mark:

                Leave the comma off the URL and it works:


                Thanks. Since the link seemed to work I didn't examine it close enough to notice the comma.

                Some of that advice seems questionable to me--bring a wet sheet into your mattress???--and one bit of it is dangerous. Bedroom doors should be closed at night for fire safety. The sense of smell doesn't operate when we're asleep, and so people may die without ever waking up if a fire starts elsewhere in the house. Keeping the door closed gives you time to get out after the smoke alarm goes off.

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