It's been a little quiet around here the last few days, I know. Sorry for that. I think we're all just concentrating on real-life stuff lately. There have been some things of atheist interest happening, though, so I'll chime in on those as I have time. But for now you can consider this an open thread on the following theme: sexual shenanigans among public figures. Take, as your inspiration, the following: much as we all love to hate Fox News, I must confess their headline writers have a good sense of humor.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Sorry for the quietude
Posted by: Martin
Labels: current events, humor, sex
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Yeah, that's a pretty funny headline. I have to say, though, Massa sounds like a fun guy. At 50 he should be expected to be more professional, but can you really blame the guy for having some fun on his birthday?ReplyDelete
Though I have to admit that being groped by any man, let alone a 50-year-old, would make me uncomfortable.
Somehow, I doubt that the Fox headline writers saw that as a good pun. Inadvertent is probably the better description. No sense of humor at all.ReplyDelete
Off topic, but since it's quiet thought I might direct attention to...http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_lesbian_prom_dateReplyDelete
I wrote a letter to the head honcho there which is up on my blog.
God I'm so Thinked I can't even Piss straight..
Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.ReplyDelete
Don McLeroy has succeeded in screwing things up in his final few months by succeeding in his attempt to revise social studies standards to, among many other things, exclude Thomas Jefferson, and whitewash the McCarthy hearings as reasonable: