Boobs: Tools of the devil

I’ve thought that the United States was pretty much off its collective rocker for a few years now (about five to be precise, all of them under the benevolent reign of “W”), but now I’m just shocked and awed.

The United States of America, the country which invaded Iraq, has postured against Iran, has ongoing conflicts in a half dozen countries, and is seen by most of the world as the biggest bully on the block, has become totally ball-less. No scroat. Without testosterone. Completely lacking of any innate male-ness.

The testimony came last night during the SuperBowl, or more precisely, during the Super Bowl ads. Not only were ads pulled because they showed Mickey Rooney’s bare ass, or because they were tempting catholic priests, or because of various wardrobe malfucntions, but goDaddy’s previously approved ads were pulled by the NFL midway through the game.

The ad made a mockery of last year’s wardrobe malfunction, and featured a completely covered (although admittedly scantily clad) woman pleading her case in front of a cabinet of uppity suits for why she should be able to get out goDaddy’s message. It’s funny. It’s a little titalating.

Folks, here’s a little something for you to put in your pipes. The human body is a completely natural thing. It’s okay to enjoy looking at a form be it female or male (whatever floats your boat) that you find attractive.

It’s not okay to kill people. Ever.

That’s my message. Looking at things you find attractive has never in the history of humanity ended someone’s life. Killing pretty much always leads to the end of a life.

Maybe if the American people were as concerned about their country’s foreign policy as they are about Janet Jackson’s boob, the world wouldn’t be such an effed up place.

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By Brian Garside

Brian is a digital experience expert, and part time internet superhero. He focuses on digital first design, digital strategies, content management, website usability, and user experience. He was part of the team behind BalanceDo, the co-founder of All New Comics, and the chief strategist at NorthIQ.


  1. Look everybody! It’s the bitterest boy in the world!

    Come by and talk to me some time. I gots some stuff to tell ya.

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