There’s a lot going on that is just begging to be commented on, but I’m just bored and lack the motivation to do it. I guess blasting through the semester and doing finals and a store opening at the same time must have given me a delayed burnout or something. I haven’t even done any modeling in the last week or two.
And look at all the stuff out here to comment on, The AP is showing their ass in a big way (and Michelle Malkin is putting her foot up it) so I could probably do a whole post about that, but it’s already done so why bother?
Obama’s Security Advisor thinks that Winnie the Pooh is the way to look at national security and that is just ripe for some good bashing
In arguing that the country should back off a policy that causes too much pain, Danzig said, “”Winnie the Pooh seems to me to be a fundamental text on national security.”
He read a section from the children’s book where Pooh Bear hurts himself going down the steps because he hasn’t stopped to think of another way.
But again, I’m too bored to do it so you’ll have to make up your own snarky comments.
I could talk about Jennifer’s post on Al “I’m saving the planet” Gore and how Gore is just a blow hard with an agenda to make some cash, but we already know this so I’ll pass.
What I need is something different, exciting, and unique. Something that has sex, the law, lies, and more sex….. Well, the best I could find was this
As she was attempting to put on a Victoria’s Secret thong, a Los Angeles woman claims that a decorative metallic piece flew off the garment and struck her in the eye, causing injuries and a new product liability lawsuit against the underwear giant.
My first thought when I read the whole thing was “Here is a 52 year old woman wearing a thong with decorative metallic pieces on it??? WTF?
Second, she’s putting the underwear on and the piece come off with enough force to give her an EYE injury? Yea, maybe you should check and make sure you got the right size in the first place before you start saying the thing was defective. I do find it very interesting that her lawyer would not let Victoria’s Secret see the garment at all – I would think if their case is valid that they would have nothing to hide.
I’m going to jump out on a limb here and say that I bet she and her lawyer are thinking they have an easy payday with this one which is why they are pushing it forward, and I hope they get spanked hard in court over it.
Well, that’s that then. I’m done blogging for the day. Now I’m bored again.
bored, bored, bored…