Cassandra Takes the Wood to Daffy Donald . . .

by Little Miss Attila on September 14, 2009

But not in the way he’d enjoy . . . the other way.

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Peter September 15, 2009 at 9:00 pm

I understand why AP published the pics, even though the photog signed an agreement with the DOD not to do anything of the sort. Undermining the military is more important to them than their solemn word. I get that. I do not understand why anyone would trust them for anything afterward, though. This is the news, you have our word on it. Didn’t you just break your word? Yes, but that was different. We had an agenda!

I do not understand what is in it for this Donald person. It’s war. Young men and women die in war. When a young man is killed by a bomb in a humongous explosion he dies and it is not pretty. I’m pretty sure everyone over five years old knows that. So, I read a lot of back and forth over at Cassandra’s but I still can’t figure out his angle on this and that keyhole movie of some woman I never heard of and still don’t remember.

What’s the point? It can’t be information. Who doesn’t know what a naked woman or a dead body looks like? It can’t be traffic. Who wants an audience of perverts and ghouls? Sorry, Donald looks as if he is the pervert and ghoul, dressing up his disgusting preferences with clouds of words.

I haven’t seen the movie of that young woman, nor will I. I haven’t seen the pitures of that young man, dying, nor will I. I’ve seen women without their clothes, when I was younger I willingly participated in the removal of said clothes. And, God knows, in my tours in the Southeast Asian War Games I saw plenty of dead young men.

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Cassandra September 16, 2009 at 1:23 pm

Undermining the military is more important to them than their solemn word. I get that. I do not understand why anyone would trust them for anything afterward, though.

Bingo.

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Little Miss Attila September 16, 2009 at 10:22 pm

Vetnam-era military men are scamps, and excellent at removing clothing. The ones I’ve slept with (all . . . one of them) had an extraordinary talent for undoing a back-latching bra with one hand. Wearing a front-latcher would slow this person down, but not by much.

I married him, of course.

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