Guess who’s back, back again? Nasty’s back, tell a friend. That’s right, folks, it’s been a long time, but I’m back up in this beeotch! Thanks to all of my fans who supported me during my time of departure.
Anywho, in this week’s “looker” news, it appears that I’m not the only who’s back. Plaxico Burress is back as well. I’m sure you remember when in late 2009 the former New York Giants’ wide receiver accidentally shot himself in the leg. Not only did he injure himself, he was also convicted of firearm charges and served almost two years in a correctional facility. Just a helluva story, I might say. Hopefully, Burress will aim higher in life and become a real straight shooter now that he has a second chance. I mean, the last thing he needs is to shoot himself in the foot (or shall I say leg) again with some ridiculous off-the-field act. We’ll see…
In other New York news, I suppose you also heard about the lewd tweeting act of Rep. Anthony Weiner, a democrat representing the 9th congressional district of New York City (parts of Brooklyn and Queens). Okay, for the two of you who haven’t, this cat allegedly tweeted a photo of his junk (with his underwear on, of course) to some young lady. Then, she tweeted it out to everyone else. I haven’t seen the photo but I’ve heard that he’s sporting a “semi,” which really wasn’t that impressive. As if that wasn’t humiliating enough, now some other woman is claiming Weiner sent her photos as well. I’m sure she’s not the last either.
Seriously, what’s this guy thinking? How could he not think these photos wouldn’t get out there on the web? Oh, wait, apparently he wasn’t thinking at all; it was his penis who was the culprit here. Right. Sure. Honestly, I’m surprised that excuse hasn’t been used by more politicians. Can you imagine if “sexting” was around when Bill Clinton was in office! Maybe we could have actually seen HOW that stain appeared on Monica Lewinsky’s blue dress.
In summary, we’ve been reminded of what could happen if you happen to shoot yourself or send a photo of your manhood to another person. Remember, folks, learn from other people’s mistakes, don’t let people learn from yours. Until next week, keep it real.