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Last night I got back home after having been out of town for a week. I managed to race from the airport and get to meet my friends for dinner after I landed. We had a great night – fun times. And as I was walking back to the train with my friend Ken, coming toward us was a couple (man and woman) probably in their late 50′s. The woman was on her blackberry furiously typing away. The gentleman she was with was holding her arm as she typed and steered hear as they walked down the street.
I turned to Ken, “Now that’s real love,” I said. “Baby, I loves you sooo much I wanna make sure you don’t run into people or moving cars while you’re emailing and walking.” That’s real love.
My piece following up on the 2012 election and the impact the Millennial Generation had is up. I go into what one of the greatest downfalls of 2010 was and what the White House and Democrats can do to avoid another catastrophic bloodbath. Read more to find out!
Via RH Reality Check:
This week, young people proved once again that they are a powerful force for political change. For example, 18- to 30-year-olds made up the largest margin of support for President Barack Obama in four key swing states, Ohio, Florida, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, according to data from the Center for Information and Research on Civic Engagement (CIRCLE).
For weeks we heard from pundits and Republican operatives that the Romney campaign was going after young voters. Certainly Karl Rove’s organization Crossroads Generation coordinated significant outreach to young people, and the Romney campaign never conceded the President’s popularity with the Millennial Generation. But, once more, young voters came home to democratic candidates and progressive ideologies and did so in significant numbers.
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Read more about the Having it Both Ways project here.
It all started about a month ago when I responded to a lovely woman who was looking for someone exactly like me. She talked about an existing relationship she is in with a guy who fully supports her interest in the ladies and would be eager to have the three of us get to know each other. So she forwarded me his information and we struck up a conversation about our history and interests. I quickly learned that she in fact is not in a relationship with this guy, who… looks like a younger skinner version of Patrick Stewart, but instead she’s basically just his booty call. Not to mention he has her come in and clean his house a few times a week. So, she’s his booty call and his maid. True story. And now she’s being tasked with finding him essentially another fuck buddy under the guise of something else.
It gets worse. After about a week of conversation with “Patrick Stewart” he wants specifics about what I look like. He’s seeking a “fit” girl. My response – well I go to the gym a few times a week and in the last year I’ve lost about 40lbs with 20-30 more that I’d like to lose. “You would have to go to the gym more. I require someone who is fit” he says. Ok – don’t let the door hit ya on the way out! I could see a nice pathway to emotional manipulation with a guy who would constantly pressure me to be something I’m not and be constantly failing or falling behind. I deal with that enough to myself – and I actually love myself!
So here’s my lesson to all you women out there, especially to those of you who have hips and breasts, for the love of god, don’t let anyone ever tell you there’s something wrong with you if you’re not X or not Y. And if you decide to make a serious investment in losing 40lbs don’t do it because some ass cactus said you needed to. Do it for yourself.
Interestingly, I also included 50 in on the conversations and when the final blow was dealt I turned to him for reassurance. Fifty’s response “Well The the thing about [Patrick Stewart] is he sounds like a tool. That woman who posted is at his beckon call to cleaning and sexual service for him. They both sound pretty lame after talking to her a little.” When I told Sophia about it she was flabbergasted and said she shuts that down right away. Thank goodness the people I DO have in my life are rational. I also told Sophia at this point some of what I feel like I’m doing is find the freak show. That so many of these people are like that PT Barnam freak show that I find so fascinating that I keep coming back for more as if I need a closer look and only then I can figure it out or understand better. And sometimes even after a second look… no, it’s still just weird – and certainly not my thing.