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Where’s the Shame?

What would you think if you saw a guy walking through the mall and he had a bull’s eye on the front of his pants right over the fly?  You’d probably laugh and think he’s a pervert.  I thought of this the other day while I was in the airport and I was walking behind a girl wearing sweatpants with the word “Pink” across the rear.  I’ve read the articles and had conversations with women about being treated equally with men, that they’re not “just a piece of meat”, etc..  But here was a young lady intentionally drawing attention to a part of her body that if you said anything to her about, she’d probably slap you.

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A Moment in Time

Everyone seems to have an infamous photo?  Maybe it’s not a photo, maybe it’s a video tape.  Either way, you know what I’m talking about.  It’s that photo that whenever your friends, family, or date come over your parents pull out and proudly show everyone.  It’s you stuck in the toilet potty training.  Or in the bathtub with your cousin who happened to be of the opposite sex.  Maybe it’s from later in life, falling off the ladder or throwing a football through the kitchen window.  All those moments splashed on America’s Funniest Videos, YouTube, and MySpace that haunt you the rest of your life.  At your 25th high school reunion you’re still referred to as Pee Pee because you accidentally wet yourself in second grade.  People tend to remember that one moment in your life’s history over any other achievement.  It’s the one missed shot at the homecoming game that would have won it, not your career stats.  It’s a Peyton Manning moment. 

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