For those not familiar with the phrase "donkey dust," it was my mother's way to point out that one was full of shit. See, ladies don't say "shit." I was also taught that we also don't open doors. And to smoke while walking is just plain "white trash."
So with that said, I think Richard Edelman is full of... well... donkey dust. Frankly, I think it just might be the root of his renowned Cheshire smirk.
As most of my blogger brethren are aware, we here at Strumpette have recently been busy peeling back the leaves of the artichoke, so to speak. Let me tell ya, it might have choked Artie but it won't choke Amanda. Regrettably, like the PR that filled the Tech Bubble, we are finding it difficult to find any there there with the their "Me2Revolution." We concluded it's just a sham.
You want public attention? Today, the key is skin and confrontation.
Pamela Anderson, the blond bombshell and former Baywatch star stripped in the window of Stella McCartney's London boutique Wednesday night as part of a protest on behalf of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). Anderson joined a bevy of gorgeous models to recreate PETA's iconic "We'd Rather Bare Skin Than Wear Skin" ad campaign. Stripped to their couture skivvies, the models greeted guests and waved to the crowds and media promoting their fur-free cause.
A reporter asked Anderson about the Beyonce Knowles incident last June in New York where the singer was trapped by PETA who then bombarded her with questions about animal cruelty. The reporter said, "Is there now a need to name and shame celebs who wear fur?" Anderson went on the attack:
"I don't think they're glamorous at all, especially the ones that are starting to put fur in their clothing lines like J. Lo and Beyonce. It's really important for them to be conscious of what they wear, especially as they're fashion icons. Jennifer Lopez and Beyonce are beautiful women; they don't need fur. They should be proud of what they've got. I've sent them videos showing what goes on at fur farms and hope that when they see how cruel it is they will ditch their fur."
Editor's Note: As Ms. Anderson was wearing a thong, it technically could not be determined if she truly wasn't sporting any fur.
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