When they say strong…
…they must mean strong odor.
One rule of life is: If you ever find yourself about to say “Do you know who I am?”, don’t. You’re probably not as important as you think you are.
But as with all rules there are exceptions that prove it.
I thought the only exception to this was when Jerry Seinfeld was on Larry King Live a few years back and had to genuinely ask King if he knew who Seinfeld was because, based on some of the things King was saying, it really seemed as it King didn’t. (Yes, Seinfeld has been a jerk lately re: PC-ness, but c’mon. Everyone does know who he is.)
Now we have another exception.
Sure some people somewhere might now know who Mia Macy is and that’s fine – but some people aren’t the people who put on Portland, Oregon’s Pride festival, using Mia Macy in advertising such.
And now, the seemingly unrelated – yet ever-so-relevant – money shot:
Yes, the sockpuppet lives…
and just as cluelessly as ever.
In the comments section at a Baltimore Sun piece on the possibility in 2014 of rectifying Maryland’s 2001 law giving non-trans people the special right to discriminate against trans people:
I encourage ENDABlog 2.0 readers to think about whether or not that wording seems more likely to have actually come from a ‘Patrick’ or from a vomitous bug…
or perhaps an alleged gay man allegedly named “Vic”…
or perhaps even from an alleged 70-year-old woman who allegedly lives in North York, Ontario and allegedly had an encounter with a trans woman at a Toronto-area Y some unspecified number of years ago.