9.20.2005

I'm Confused

Story #1: STOCKHOLM, Sweden - Swedish clothing chain Hennes & Mauritz said Tuesday it will drop a planned advertising campaign with model Kate Moss after she admitted to recently using cocaine. Story#2: DALLAS, Texas - Michael Irvin, who served a probation for cocaine possession while playing with the Dallas Cowboys, was inducted before a cheering crowd into the Cowboys Ring of Honor last night.

12 comments:

comment4U said...

UPDATE: Katie apologized, in writing, to H&M, acknowledging that she needs to appear "wholesome," among other things. They have decided to give her a second chance. [DMN, 2A]

Seems the fashion industry isn't so different from the NFL after all.

Anonymous said...

Yes, but the fashion holds their "players" accountable unlike professional sports.

Anonymous said...

ever wonder why these folks are idolized by so many, particularly our kids?

Kate does have a "wholesome" pouty lips.

Atticus said...

As long as she is not doing this crap in the Whitehouse, I am okay if she goes into the Ring of Honor!

Anonymous said...

She has always been anorexic. She has never been "wholesome."

comment4U said...

Yup, she always look hungry to me too. Starving, really.......

Anonymous said...

ah, come on, don't all young girls wanna look like Kate?

course, if one is that thin, one won't have big (natural) boobs - and those things these days are hanging out everyplace.

I even saw Tammy Faye Baker the other day with hers exposed.

How sickening is that?

Anonymous said...

I have a question for all you males out there, which do you prefer, real or fake breasts?

Anonymous said...

I think in Dan Jenkin's Book, Semi-Tough", he mentioned that there is no social stigma attached to being a Titty Queer!

Anonymous said...

barry, i love you man.

keep up with the hotties

comment4U said...

Well, new update: according to DMN this AM, she's been fired. Seems H&M thought about it again and 'lost that loving feeling.'

Poor Katie, snorting herself right out of the big bucks.

Anonymous said...

most lawyers are confused Barry