Tuesday, November 08, 2011

I'm Just Saying

If one woman accuses you of sexual harassment, it could be a misunderstanding.

If two women accuse you of sexual harassment, it could be an anomaly.

If three women accuse you of sexual harassment, it's a pattern of behavior.

If four women accuse you of sexual harassment, you have a real problem.

See, it sounds less and less made up the higher the numbers of women who accuse you.

Also, consider this: no innocent man in the world makes an out of court $45,000 settlement. If you're innocent, you defend yourself because you know you're innocent. If you're guilty and don't want to be dragged through court, you pay hush money.

Just putting that out there.


Tallulah Morehead said...
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Tallulah Morehead said...

"Goldfinger said: 'Mr. Bond, they have a saying in Chicago: 'Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, the third time it's enemy action'."
-- From Goldfinger, by Ian Fleming.

Fleming divides the novel into three sections: Part One: "Happenstance," in which Bond encounters Goldfinger in Miami and louses up his card-cheating game, Part Two: "Coincidence" in which Bond and Mr. Goldfinger play golf, and Part Three: "Enemy Action," when Goldfinger finds Bond trailing him in Switzerland, and must deal with him as Operation Grand Slam nears fruition.

Herman Cain needs to rise up much higher in class to ever be a Bond Villain. For now, he's just another Justice Clarence Thomas who considers women his plaything, only with less education, and more pizza.