Friday, February 17, 2006

if you were born in the 1920s, you can pretty much do whatever the hell you want

so, on those rare moments when i feel i need to indugle in national affairs, i stop off at to see whats happenin. this headline caught my eye, and i had to read it:

Comptroller unapologetic after ogling aide

Willaim Donald Schaefer, the comptroller is 84 years old, and the story goes that he's at a state house meeting, and a young aid brings him a cup of coffee. As she walks over, Schaefer turns his focus away from the witness he was talking you and proceeds to stare at the girl. After she leaves the room, Schaefer calls her back--- and tell her to "WALK AWAY AGAIN".

When asked about the incident he said "this little girl" ought to be "happy that I observed her going out the door."

"The one who is offended is me," he told the reporters.

Now THATS an awesome Old man. Apparently, wacky antics is what this guy is known for-- he's also the guy who wanted a national list of everyone with AIDS. I only hope that i can be half the crazy-loon this guy is when I get that old. Hell, he was born in the 1920's, who is gonna tell this guy what to do! He's like the living version of a modern history text-- most probably he was in ww2! at least he should have been....

"She's a pretty little girl," the 84-year-old Democrat told reporters. "The day I don't look at pretty women is the day I die."

this quote brings up a few point:
1.) when your 84, wouldnt you avoid phrases such as " the day i die." I mean, couldnt that day be, like, tomorrow, or next week. just seems like he's setting himself up for bad kharma
2.) Schaefer proves that even crazy old, horney men still have a valuable place in the statehouse. and if he wants to oogle women, who's gonna stop him. He witnessed 3 out of the 4 main wars of the last century. Are you gonna tell him he cant have himself a lil bit of eye candy.

thankyou Schaefer for keeping it real.


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