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Saturday, October 08, 2011

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Much Ado about Not Much!


Returning on a Lighter Note!

Kootcoot is back! After taking off the summer due to technical issues and a desire to shake up my routine and delve into other aspects of life, I thought I would restart on a light note (and this isn't a pun on "a Tempest in a C cup."

I could have restarted alphabetically, but since I almost always write about a subject under the first letter of the alphabet (A is for Assholes) I thought I would be progressive and move on to the second letter or B is for Boobs.

Last week former NDP MLA David Shriek Shreck embarrassed himself by criticizing Crusty Clark our Pretender to the Premiership and going all twitter about the fact that she may or may not wear a push-up bra to work at the Ledge. As one who never has been offended by seeing breast cleavage or even entire breasts singly or in pairs, I can only wonder if Mr. Shreck is suffering from super prudishness or can't think of anything else to be critical of Ms. Gordo over - difficult to imagine for a sentient being, much less a supposedly politically astute pundit.

As the CBC put it in Premier's cleavage sparks Twitter flurry in B.C..
The political analyst and longtime NDP supporter posted a comment on Twitter suggesting that the premier's clothing was inappropriate and revealed too much cleavage when she appeared in the house.

"Is Premier Clark's cleavage revealing attire appropriate for the legislature?" Schreck posted on Wednesday afternoon, touching off a firestorm on Twitter.

Even the geeks and nerds over at the website Tech Vibes weighed in with:
Twits Tweak on Twitter over Christy Clark's Cleavage.

I'm confident that Crusty herself is quite happy to deal with discussions about the boobs on her body rather than the boobs in her caucus like (to name just a few) Ding Dong DeJong, Ding Dong Jr. Dongen, Ding Dong III Pat Bell, Les than ethical John, Kash and Karry Heed, Birdbrain Falcon, BobbleHead Abbott and Boy Toy Bloy - not to mention the queen of Josef from the Skagit Valley's wet dreams, Contrary Mary Polak.

Hopefully I can take the threat that Crusty Clark and her clowns pose to British Columbians and humanity in general a little more seriously and examine some more serious issues than Queen Bee Cee's bra size soon. So I'm thinking of growing up tomorrow or soon.......

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am not even remotely a Liberal.

However, the remark about Christy was uncalled for. We know Christy to be a good mother. I never see her as,indecently dressed. She mostly wears tailored suits, or a nice dress with a jacket.

Personal insults, are right out of line. When Harper called Ignatieff's father down, he just turned me right off. All I felt was, the deepest contempt for Harper. If anyone is a low-life, it's him. After all, he and Campbell are best buddies...And, that says it all.

Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 1:55:00 PM PDT  
Blogger kootcoot said...

anono@1:55

I'm not clear on which remark to which you refer. However, I don't recall anyone, even Mr. Shriek, saying anything about Queen BeeCee's attributes as a mother. Clearly she is good at milking her son for photo ops, but to even think she is aware of how average single mothers live and how her government's policies fail families of all sizes is to live in fantasyland.

I don't see where anyone was insulting anyone in this affair or my LIGHT hearted comments about it. I was just having fun with words and trying to point out the real boobs here.

as to:

"I felt.....the deepest contempt for Harper. If anyone is a low-life, it's him"

Hard to argue with that!

Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 2:25:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Gary E said...

Good to see you back Kootcoot.

My surprise in this whole matter is that it was Schreck who mentioned it. Having met the man years ago briefly, he struck me as one of those who walk around looking at the sky and asking himself:"why is there air?" He appeared to be a deeply thoughtful person.

That aside my first reaction watching her in the Ledge was that she was most likely trying to deflect things from her problems at hand.

Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 5:57:00 PM PDT  
Blogger BC Mary said...

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Here's my theory, Koot:

BC media overplayed Premier Photo-Op's boobs to take our minds off the shocking news out of Manitoba:

where New Democrats brought in their 4th-in-a-row majority government. In fact, 1 seat bigger. Every Cabinet minister who ran for re-election won.

Barely a mention ... and even that was delayed.

Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 8:52:00 PM PDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good to see you back in action Koot - look forward to reading m ore of your articles - boobs or no boobs :-)

Thanks

Sunday, October 9, 2011 at 4:26:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Gary E said...

Note to BC Mary. Did you also notice how there was much to do about the Ontario election. And instead of using the words "Minority Government" the MSM was using words like "near majority"?
I mean, how blatantly biased can they be. Not much more than they are now.
Jill Kropp was also demeaning the guy from Adblock over this 99% Evolution. Saying things like "the guy who doesn't talk to mainstream media is probably watching the mainstream medias report on his protest".
I wonder if the masses will catch on now as to what the media and banks are doing.

Saturday, October 15, 2011 at 7:28:00 AM PDT  

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