Friday, April 11, 2008

issues IN THE NUDE

pal pal,

yO...yO...yO,     nuf tins aguan in me sight!


click...click...flash!
The coming of Sarkozy in France has brought a lot of interesting mirroring of the SAME old world still...! imagine that our first lady (NAME WITHHELD) was once a strip-model posing at one time T for the cameras! jumbo! The first lady of France made the news this week (April 11, 2008) when a 'click...click...flash' photo of her 'as she came' into the world sold for a hot $91,000, about 30 times more than anticipated according to 'the people' - (don't ask me who are the people). don't pal! 

But pal pal, the girl is sweet and sexy...i tell you...just trust the photo...only that it was taken many years ago before she became first lady... The husband Mr. Sarkozy who divorced an earlier wife only to land the picture-sexy Carla's office reacts that it's a private matter to them...no problem! but the picture remains a popular shot on the internet at least.

NOW BE WARNED... 
THE PHOTOS 'you are seeing' HERE THROUGH THE EYES OF www.cnn.com and www.myjoyonline.com ARE VERY SEXY IN NATURE AND MAY NOT BE 'edible enough' FOR YOUR VIEWING...ENJOY!



PICTURE ONE: www.cnn.com presentation: clearly Carla hid little and cnn had little more to hide)...see below:

                                              source: www.cnn.com




PICTURE TWO: www.myjoyonline.com presentation: Same photo? (what are they hiding?)

                            source: www.myjoyonline.com


issues:

Pal, let word go out there to the aspiring presidential candidates to stop wasting our ears! what is this thing about 'ISSUES'? some just keep hummering without substance that their campaigns are focused on issues and not attacks on personalities or insults! FINE!!! but what are issues? is an insult not an issue? are personal attacks not issues? Some of these ILLOGICAL throw-abouts must be made to bounce back into their faces haaaaaaaaaard! OR DO THEY MEAN TO SAY 'CERTAIN ISSUES'? (and still a legitimate question: what 'certain' issues?). 

This thing brings to mind another crazy one... some journalist parading our streets think, claim and want us to call them INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISTS. what is the meaning of that? the question I ask is: what is it about journalism that is not investigative? FOOLISHNESS STILL continues!

yO...yO...yO!

ciao!

1 comment:

Nana Yaw Asiedu said...

Don't you just go off and come back with a naked bang! :) No matter what Monsieur Sarkozy says, he's a real man, and he must feel the pain of the whole world feasting on your wife (with their eyes, of course!)