Jocular Look @ Today’s News || Stripper sisters ‘too pretty’ for pudding fight OK with starting brawl

The tension started building at the Brass Pole strip club in Elyria, Ohio, when stripping twins Vicki and Sarah Satterfield told management they were “too pretty” to wrestle in pudding. The situation got uglier when the former Playmates dressed “too glamorous” for a 1980s-themed dance — dolled up “like Madonna,” Vicki said, compared to the other girls’ aerobics attire — which led to a six-dancer brawl that ended when the sisters were arrested and charged with assault. Vicki also allegedly threatened to kill the club owner but later told officers that she had been too drunk to remember saying that. The superclassy sisters both have previous arrests, one for hitting a cop, the other for exposing herself at a bar. For their next dance, we’re SO hoping for “We Are Family.” [Source]

MrMary Does Need To Weigh In

The People Have Spoken 

  1. too pretty?? am i looking at the same pic as everyone else….
  2. Where is the picture of the “too pretty” girls?  I just know they’re not talking about the two chicks  on the picture above !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!​!!!
  3. Are they the first down syndrome strippers?
  4. Too pretty? Are you kidding me? I’d like to put a paper bag over their heads.
  5. They look like they been around the block on their faces.
  6. These bitches are hideous if you covered their face in pudding they may be somewhat decent to look at
  7. What day does the garbage get put out over there? Ohio if this is your best in stripper clubs, start a dog shelter!!



Strippers and porn stars are helping society they work to support breast cancer and also hurricane victims, but there is a certain section of them dedicated to remind us about our shadow – the entirety of the unconscious, i.e., everything of which a person is not fully conscious. They call to mind our seedy, perverse, animalistic trashy side and for that we salute them preferably shrouded in latex



Jocular Look @ Todays News || Copycat France approves gay marriage measure

You know you’re superchic when chic France is following in your footsteps. Just one day after same-sex marriage laws passed in Maine and Maryland, the French Cabinet approved a measure making gay marriage A-OK there — it’s still up for debate in the French legislature, but boy, do we feel like trendsetters. President Francois Hollande took a page from Obama’s book, advocating the issue a la mode, and in a  familiar cry, conservatives hailed the move as the end of civilization as we know it. One French senator called it “an enormous danger to the nation” and the “end of the family.” Hmm, that rings a bell, too. [Source]

MrMary Weighs In

SIDENOTE: MrMary isnt so perky today. He is in a tolerable amount  of pain due to the storm that  is covering NYC in snow

This article is a big ole nutty brown pile of bullshit !  Let’s look at the title: CopyCat France Approves Gay Marriage Measure. The Most important word there is CopyCat meaning that whatever is about to be reported hasn’t been done in sincerity or in earnest. it has just been done as  means to  bask in some non-deserving. Can I summaries this article for you:

Americans are cool because France is following something we did. We’re First and number one for it. We just wanted to tell you that and not really talk about important issues for equal rights for all people regardless of difference. 

In you want to return back to the normal shit we are forced fed through the news you have to go back to the original article which says:

The French leader’s top ministers approved the bill legalizing marriage and adoption for same-sex couples, sending it to the legislature for debate, only one day after two American states, Maine and Maryland, became the first in the U.S. to approve same-sex marriage in a popular vote.

Gay marriage has become a contentious issue in France, where Hollande made it a liberal cornerstone of his campaign, hoping it would create a clean break from his conservative predecessor. At the time, it appeared to have the backing of a majority of the population, but it has since turned into a politically sensitive issue.

Seriously now

I really like that line where it says that gay marriage has  the backing of the majority of the French people but has  become a politically sensitive issue. That lines sheds like on the fact that the reality of what the majority of the populace thinks can sometimes have nothing to do with the reality that politicians concern themselves with. That’s really funny to me because it brings up the question of representation in government. It makes me wonder is it possible for the politicians to create issues for their own clandestine ends and hijack whatever representational system of government we find there

But anyways so what? We know what matters most

This picture still gives me a reason to think about baseball and Janet Reno again