Friday, February 8, 2008

High-Five Fridays #4

High-Five Fridays

#1 Sex Tourism / Sex Travel -- Adventures of an Average Joe (NWS):
I've been a dedicated sex tourist since 2003. In other words, I love fucking foreign hookers, especially in Brazil. Not that I like paying for sex. But the working girls I've met have blown me away. It's a long way from my conservative roots as a yeshiva boy and later an advocate for tougher anti-crime laws. I'd always considered the idea of paying for sex repellent. At least until my first trip to Rio de Janeiro. It turned my world upside down.
(Via Violet Blue (NWS).)

#2 It's stupid and I'm not having it: Sara voices what I've heard from several of you, that declaring your blog 'adult' in blogger (as mentioned here) is horrible.

#3 MSNBC's Chelsea comment angers Clinton: Don't use the phrase "pimped out" regarding anyone's daughter. (Via Spin Thicket.)

#4 PR's Glass Ceiling: "Because approximately 90 percent male leadership seems just wrong." Amen.

#5 Marketing Lessons from School Lunch -- which reminds me a bit of my pudding cups. Maybe I'm just hungry. (Also via Spin Thicket.)

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The purpose of this meme is to give high-fives to 5 people, posts, blogs and/or websites you've admired during the week. I will link to everyone who participates and leaves a link to their 5 high-fives on Friday. Trackbacks, pings, linky widgets, comment links accepted!

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4 Comments:

Blogger Sara Winters said...

Now don't I feel special? I really should post in my blog more often.

BTW, the real pimping in the Clinton clan involves Hillary to Bill, but they were still wrong.

February 8, 2008 6:28 PM  
Blogger Pop Tart said...

I think it's perfectly natural for the family of a candidate to appear, speak and otherwise support the candidate. It's being done for hundreds of years with wives supporting husbands; so why is it so weird that Bill would? Esp as a former pres and ambassador for the US -- why would he remain silent now?

Amen indeed on #4. :)

February 8, 2008 6:58 PM  
Blogger Secondhand Rose said...

It's so interesting to see how the rules and perceptions seem to change with a female candidate. Certainly having a husband who was a former president adds a new twist as well.

February 8, 2008 7:05 PM  
Anonymous Val Gryphin said...

I'd have been pissed about that comment to - and I think it is a sexist one too. Would they say the same thing if a.) it was a man running (like bill lol) or b.) if it was a son doing the speaking?

#s 5 and 4 are both very interesting - and both have a great illustration!

February 8, 2008 9:41 PM  

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