You know what sucks about the Internet? When Internet feminists don’t stop what they are doing right now and answer your question.
Submitted on 2009/10/16 at 10:01pm on post Ways In Which The Internet Sucks
Ok, this is probably a stupid question, but please answer, anybody.
I’m assuming she has had breast augmentation. That is what I find controversial about the pic. Showing off an asset that not every woman can afford to purchase, nor wants to purchase, nor wants to be reminded of, that was not really earned but simply purchased with daddy’s money (who by the way apparently gets an interest free credit card account with AMEX), is tacky.
Bravado over a cosmetic procedure seems tacky no matter where on the body it occurs. Imagine a man showing off his washboard abs that he had surgically augmented. It would be kind of creepy, no?
So, if they are hers, and have not been augmented in any way, then it is what it is, whatever that is, but if they’ve been surgically augumented, then I put it in the tacky category.
Submitted on 2009/10/16 at 11:39pm
Did my comment/question get deleted?
Did my comment/question get deleted?
Submitted on 2009/10/16 at 11:42pm
yes, sonia, we wouldn’t want you to discuss anything that is not first approved of by the moderator.
This is freaky. Did the mod actually delete my question?
Submitted on 2009/10/16 at 11:44pm
So instead of being able to post here and get feedback, I’ll instead have to delete your blog from DailyPUMA since you can’t let other’s share your forum, and have to do my article on it. This is pathetic. Rather than just ask a question here and not make a big deal about, I’ll instead only get feedback by posting on my own blog. If I’m being auto deleted everytime I post that is pathetic.
Submitted on 2009/10/16 at 11:50pm
lol, you can add autodeleting someone’s comments without even knowing what they are. Usually putting links in a comment can result in the comment being put into hold onto the moderator sees it, but here I have not included any links. I am occasionally surprised at blogs that don’t seem to welcome new viewpoints. I emailed you, hopefully you can clear this up.
Alessandro Machi to me
Oct 17 (10 days ago)
Please let me know, I see my comment up for one brief moment as it was posted, then it just disappears. Is that an autofunction of your blog or something more sinister?
Dear Mr Machi,
Great news! You can breathe a sigh of relief! True, I ignored you for 10 days, but this egregious injustice is now corrected! I did not delete your “question”! In fact, I saved it, and your entire oeuvre, to share with the whole Blametariat! They are always so eager to welcome a dude’s “new viewpoints” on celebrity breast augmentation!
Unfortunately, responding to the question you are so anxious to have answered presents some difficulty. In your zeal to accuse Meghan McCain of having had a boob job, to pronounce this “tacky,” and to make assumptions about her character based on her father’s credit arrangements, you appear to have neglected to actually ask anything.
No, wait. Now I see it:
“Imagine a man showing off his washboard abs that he had surgically augmented. It would be kind of creepy, no?”
No wonder you are so persistent; your question is of vital importance. Like so many who have preceded you, you appeal to a heartwarming radical death islandist to seek validation for your opinion on the creepiness of imagining men with surgically enhanced washboard abs.
Furthermore, you intimate that, should I omit to give you the consideration you crave in this urgent matter of imagining washboard abs, it is your intention to exact revenge by removing my URL from your website.
In response, I can only tell you what I tell all the washboard- ab-imagining dudes who threaten me with asinine shit:
God your so handsome and exciting. So suave. So classy. A man of action yet Sensitive and Sophisticated. i can only imagine what a Turn-on it is when you show off your washboard abs. Where have you been all my life. Baby baby. Do you have a webcam. Here’s my number. Take me now.
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Fun fact: one of Mr Machi’s many, many websites, ShareAmillion.com, proposes that someone (“candidates include sports celebrities or the wall street fund managers that make incredible amounts of millions on yearly basis” [sic]) should give him a million bucks, interest-free. He promises to give it back in five years. Meanwhile, he’ll use the money to fight “credit card battles” and pay his “monthly debts.” Quoth Machi, “I am an unpaid watchdog for the consumer when it comes to credit card company practices and procedures. In the future, I desire to figure out a way to become a paid credit card watchdog for the consumer.”
Ah, free money. Live the dream, bra.