Saturday, October 01, 2011

Nashville Slut Walk Tomorrow, Oct. 2, 4-6PM,

Boston Slut Walk
Slut walk is tomorrow, Sunday afternoon, October 2 in Centennial  Park, 4-6PM.

Come on now, Nashville Sluts: Do us proud. Below are some pics from other slut walks. Don't let these other cities have a better slut walk than Nashville.

Slut Walk Tucson
Why Nashville is having its slut walk on October 2, I don't know. It is supposed to be a little on the chilly side tomorrow. But this time of the year it can always be cool. The other cities had there slut walk in warm months. However, a  little cold weather never keeps a true slut from showing a little skin. Also, if you go for the braless slut look, the cold weather can enhance the effect.

Also, why are you having the slut walk on Sunday? Sunday does not seem like a good day to have a slut walk. I just don't think people feel as slutty on a Sunday.

Anyway, I hope all the Nashville sluts show up and strut their stuff. It is for a good cause. It is to make the point that just because a women dresses like a slut, it is not OK to rape her. So, since it is for a good cause, come on out and be real, real slutty.

Slut Walk Philadelphia
I have never been to a slut walk before.  Is it OK to throw Mardi gras beads and yell, "Show us your tits?" If so, do you know where I can get some Mardi gras beads?

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Welcome Slut-walk.

Slut Walk is coming to Nashville. In celebration, I want to play you one of my favorite songs.

I Like My Women On the Trashy Side, by Confederate Railroad.
Warning: If offended by slutty women, do not watch.

Yeah, I like my women just a little on the trashy side...
When they wear their clothes too tight and their hair is dyed.
Too much lipstick and too much rouge gets me excited, gets me feelin' confused.
Yeah, I like my women just a little on the trashy side...

I have to admit it; I have a weakness for trashy women. I never wanted to marry one, but they are fun to be with. They are fun to watch. I guess trashy women and slutty women are the same thing, aren't they?

Slut Walk is coming to Nashville on October 2 in Centennial Park. I will be there to admire and lust. I want to show my support for sluts everywhere.

I know there is supposed to be a political message in Slut-Walk, something about that just because you dress like a slut or are a slut that that does not justify rape. Duh, I get it already. I never did think that because you are a slut or dress like a slut that it justified rape. If you don't want to be rapped however, it might help to use some common sense and be prudent. If you go to a bar and dress slutty and act slutty and get drunk and go home with some guy and then do not want to have sex, you may have increased your chances of getting raped. That is not to say you "invited it." Don't take offense. That is not blaming the victim.

If you don't want to be robbed you should use some common sense also. If you flash a big roll of cash in a lower class bar and get drunk and stumble out of the bar alone, you may be robbed. Is that "inviting" being robbed? To avoid being raped or being robbed it might be wise to moderate your behavior and use common sense and take less risk.

Any way, back to slutty-looking women. I really don't want my wife or mother or sisters or daughter to dress like a slut, but I appreciate it when your mother or wife or sister or daughter dresses like a slut.

Some women are just naturally slutty looking and other women just can't pull it off. Here are some hints. Normal cleavage is just alluring; cleavage in a push up bra is slutty. Bra-less is a white t-shirt is slutty. Pantie hose are not even sexy; stockings and garter belts are slutty. Ankle bracelets are slutty. Stockings with seems up the back are slutty. A skimpy bathing suit may be sexy; a skimpy bathing suit worn with high heels is slutty. Slutty and sexy are closely related, but slutty is a step beyond sexy. A women can be slutty and does not even have to be pretty.

I hope slut walk is the real deal and not just a bunch of tired old feminist who are not even sexy, trying to act slutty. If Slut-walk is a real success, then maybe next year we could have a three-day Slut-Fest. I can think of how to fill three days. You could have lectures on the great sluts in world history or the great sluts of Hollywood. You could have pole dancing demonstrations. You could have vendors, such as an on-site tattoo parlor, and wig vendors and slutty clothing boutiques, and high heal vendors selling real high, high heels and vinyl above the knee boots.

You could have contest like, slutty secretary contest, slutty nurse contest, slutty cougar contest, slutty lounge singer contest and slutty teen contest, and you could have lollipop licking demonstrations. There could be classes on walking and talking and acting slutty. And, it could all be for a good cause such as raising money for rape prevention.

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Friday, September 30, 2011

Guess who's coming to Dinnner.

Wow! You will never guess who invited me to dinner. Well, it is not an invitation exactly, but President Obama wants me to come to dinner. He says we don't have a lot of chances to have dinner together and he wants me to take advantage of this offer to maybe have dinner with him. He says he hopes to see me soon.  What he wants me to do is to enter the lottery to have dinner with him. If I win I don't have to pay for anything. He says, "All you need to bring are your stories and ideas for this campaign and our country — we'll cover your airfare and the meal." It will be an intimate get together, just me and the Prez and three other lottery winners.

Here is my invitation:

 Friend --

Because you and I don't have a lot of chances to have dinner together, I hope you'll take advantage of the one that's coming up this fall.

So if you've been sitting on this, now's the time to toss your name in the hat:

I like these dinners not just because I get to hear from supporters like you, but because they're part of what makes our organization different.

Other campaigns save seats at the table for special-interest PACs and Washington lobbyists -- and you can see the effects in the decisions they make and the priorities they set.

Our campaign rejects all contributions from Washington lobbyists, and we refuse all money from corporate PACs. That means we're accountable only to the people, not special interests.

Instead, we're relying on millions of people like you giving just $3 or whatever you can pitch in.

Hope to see you soon:



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Monday, September 26, 2011

Is United Way the Best Way to Engage in Charitable Giving?

Today’s Tennessean reports that United Way is seeing an increased need for services and that United Ways is increasing this year’s fundraising campaign to $15 million. That there is a need for increased charitable giving is undeniable. With an official unemployment rate of 8.8% no one can doubt that there are lots of people hurting. Many people who are working are working at jobs that pay much less than what they formerly earned. People are continuing to lose their homes to foreclosure, families are doubling up, and more people are homeless. Many people who thought they would never need them have had to go on food stamps. A lot of people have lost their insurance coverage when they lost their job. People are hurting and there is a greater need for charitable giving than any time in my lifetime.

United Way generally does an admirable job of assessing the needs of the community and allocating resource. With such obvious needs however, I cannot understand why United Way would continue to fund an organization that is primarily political in nature. With so many people in crisis, needing food and basic services, why would United Way continue to fund The Neighborhood Resource Center?

What is the Neighborhood Resource Center? The Neighborhood Resource Center says this about itself: "We offer organizing assistance to help community groups build membership, identify common goals, and develop strategies to move their groups ahead. Most neighborhoods face common issues, so the lessons learned in one community can be quickly put to use in another."

They also say they are, "dedicated to assisting Nashville residents in the formation and development of neighborhood-related organizations. NRC assists residents by providing information, leadership training, consulting, and supportive services, as well as by forming collaborative relationships with, and providing support to, institutions that serve neighborhoods."

In practice, NRC trains citizens in understanding zoning and planning issue and the operation of Metro government and how to put pressure on government agencies and elected officials to meet the needs of communities, as seen by NRC and the various community organizations with which they work. They also provide training in how to run for Metro Council and how to conduct meetings. These are not bad things to do, but they are clearly political activities, not charitable activities. These services can be provided by organizations like the League of Women Voters, and political parties, elected Metro Councilmen, or by an NRC that raises funds as political contributions, instead of competing for charitable contributions.

The Neighborhood Resource Center (NRC) received $228,711 from United Way this year. In the previous year, they received $237,000. This level of funding is much greater than what most United-way organization receive. As long as United Way continues to fund the NRC to the tune of a quarter million dollars a year, I would suggest you withhold your money from United Way and give to a deserving charity directly or use your charitable dollars to directly help a family member or neighbor who is out of work and is about to lose their home or who cannot make their car payment. If you feel you must contribute to United Way, please pick a deserving charity and designate your funding.

As long as United Way funding goes to the NRC, you need to realize that if you give to United Way, a portion of your charitable dollars are funding a political organization and not helping people in crisis.

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