21 November 2017


By Andy Weddington
Tuesday, 22 November 2017

I swam my brains out. Mark Spitz

Last night on FaceBook a quite smart woman I know posted ...

"Not Charlie Rose?! Nooooooooo!"

I laughed! Out loud. 

So add old Charlie to the list of smug, condescending, self-righteous anti-President Trump creeps women are now fingering for unwanted sexual advances and so forth.

With public exposure ...

Senator Al Franken is "reflecting."

Charlie is " ... greatly embarrassed ... ". 

Not sure if (his) embarrassment is for conduct or getting caught. 

And no idea what "greatly" means.

Standby for insincere, sanitized "apologies." 

In this morning's news, Democrat Representative John Conyers joins the club of creeps.

Who's next?

As perspective, long ago a wise soul, uncharacteristically drunk at the time, offered (to me) that the miscreant male behavior is explained by Fluids Theory. 

That is ...

The average human has between 4 to 6 quarts of blood.

But to drive the highly complex processing unit otherwise known as a brain, and the simple reproductive organ known by sundry monikers (coy and crude) that's complemented with a pair of balls (that too enjoys the benefits of gravity), there's an estimated 2 quarts shortfall - that would ensure both systems operate, simultaneously, at maximum effectiveness and efficiency.

Fluids Theory, though suspect, held true for a long time.  

However, with frequent reports (weekly they now come) of young female high school teachers sexually preying on boys, Fluids Theory must be enlarged to embrace a no balls condition. 

And speaking of Balls and no brains ...

If yet to see, be sure to watch the CNN interview with LaVar Ball concerning his son's shoplifting in China and rescue (along with two UCLA basketball teammates) from Chinese due process by President Trump.  http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/20/politics/lavar-ball-interview-cnntv/index.html

Thus, the tease ...

Better brains and balls and no balls or Balls and no brains?

Tomorrow cometh the court of public opinion and just us justice. 

But to end on a high from yesterday ...

Mark Spitz had a verifiable explanation. With a strong stroke, on a mission in the Olympic pool, he found the pocket and crawled. Creep he did not. And I (amongst tens of millions globally) witnessed. 

He sure did swim his brains out.

And heart.  


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