Pictured right is Sally the goat. Apparently, she's smiling. We have it on a reliable source that it has something to do with the weblog "Media Orchard" and its micro-celebrity author Scott Baradell, APR. (Note: Scott is an accredited member of Public Relations Society of America.)
For the record, our conclusion comes only after rigorously applying some best skills of deduction and analysis the web has to offer. Here's what we've learned thus far:
Last April, Scott went on a "dream honeymoon" with his first wife Cathy (left). They visited Positano, Italy where in Scott's words, "We overlooked the bay from the Hotel Marincanto, which is built into the cliffs; even the Jacuzzi hung over the shore below." In the subsequent honeymoon pictures that Strumpette was able to obtain, Scott's first wife displays an almost identical expression to that of... Sally the goat.
There's more. Scott has also been known to write about, and cavort with, none other that Edelman PR's Mike Krempasky (right). That, in and of itself, is damning. First off, Edelman, one of the largest PR firms in the world, is known for employing professional goats almost exclusively. Furthermore, after various scientific photographic tests, we were able to confirm a 94.3 percent probable match. It is with statistical certainty that Krempasky's smile is that of... Sally the goat.
Coincidence? We don't think so. But, although armed to the teeth with indisputable blog "evidence," we've sat on this story for months. Well, that is until now. Finally, we have the smoking gun. We can now prove our accusation beyond a shadow of a doubt. Scott Baradell, APR has been recently dallying with renowned internet muckraker and gadfly, Ron May. It is widely known that Mr. May fellates goats. Ergo...
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