With the economy in questionable condition, it is always good to see a report of a successful company. Sales figures that are better than expected are good news, aren't they?
Well, yes and no. Here's what I mean:
Fifty Gees on Thongs And Push-ups?
I'm getting images of the residence quarters of the White House that are a bit disturbing. I don't have a problem with the expenditure. She's got her money and "da Man" has his book royalties so they can be a bit extravagant. But what all could one get for that kind of cash?
Is some assembly required? Are batteries included? Is this "pret a porter" or bespoke?
And why didn't she "buy American"? Doesn't Victoria's Secret do high end...no pun intended.
Well, the question is when should you take your lumps and hope no one notices or is it better to "Harumph" loudly and object strenuously? The alleged shopping spree described above may or may not have happened, but did the story improve politically or is the additional spin boring deeper?
Dainties Boutique Clientele Confidential, But Wardrobe Worth Comment
Actually, I like the First Lady to be dressed elegantly. That image is so much better in my imagination than the exotic activities conjured up by the first article.