Ladies are scrutinized, pardon my French, sometimes like slabs of beef. One arrow points to a dainty hand, another to a creamy or chocolately shoulder, another to her haunch. Such was the lot of the young Brazilian lady who happened to ascend some steps in what could have been the gaze of POTUS et M. Sarkozy. It was only after the MSM had had its way with her that we saw her face and learned of her many accomplishments. Does the MSM have the mentality of a 10-year-old boy?
Yes! Just yesterday we were treated to macro close-ups of the butt of a gentleman swimmer whose bathing costume malfunctioned.
Miss Grimke: What is up with this? Don't we have enough crises and misunderstandings and humilations and and and
DGF: I don’t feel I’ve made a decision about how to best engage in this discussion.
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Miss Grimke: I'm loving the belted cardigan and the metalic flats. It's a great look. Don't you think?
DGF: Yes, it's a great look. I practically live in it.
Miss Grimke: You do not.
DGF: How do you know?
Miss Grimke: I saw what you wear at Elmwood. Those fluffy blue slippers.
DGF: Oh, right. Ah, that was so long ago.
Miss Grimke: Those were such innocent times.
DGF: Yes, we were all so innocent then.
Miss Grimke: We had no idea what was in store for us.
DGF: Well, we had an inkling. Only an inkling.
Miss Grimke: Did you see Public Enemies?
DGF: I'd watch anything with Johnny Depp in it. I would not have minded more story about Melvin Purvis, that fine southern gentlemen, though.
Miss Grimke: Who do you think will play you in the movie? Meryl Streep?
DGF: She could play me. She could play anyone. She could play John Dillinger. Maybe we should think outside the box, though.
Miss Grimke: Helen Mirren?
DGF: Oo, oo, now I'm getting excited.
Miss Grimke: Who would play Charlie?
DGF: Johnny Depp, of course.