I was not tall enough to be a model. Mrs. H was.
I thought I would try something. Sometimes I feel I really do not understand women. I have been watching the Housewives of New York. Bethany and Kelly are having a fight.
Kelly reminds me of me— except I am not a natural flirt. She is busy and probably has no idea what to do with a lot of women with strong personalities– especially when they are all together. I think Kelly is more independent and less likely to clique with a group of women. I know that.
Why am I commenting on this? Well for one, I think Bethany has misunderstood Kelly and I would like for them to get along. Kelly did not know she flirted with Bethany’s boyfriend two years earlier [before New York Housewives was a show] and probably does not even remember Bethany nor the boyfriend. Bethany remembers. Kelly doesn’t.
Now what’s really odd about my comment? I was looking at a photo of Kelly and two other women and I felt they were glaring– negative energy. Would some women- especially models– have issues with me? Perhaps. Models and entertainers practice figure saving moves and are not– for the most part trying to affect other peoples lives in terms of the other person’s– business, laws or other major life issues. They are entertaining, providing social commentary or are friends.
Not those trying to lead– or guide.
I firmly believe, those throwing their weight around in someone else’s life should not have the lifestyle of entertainers or models. This includes judges, police officers, teachers etc. [what do I mean: deep throat is too demeaning for non-entertainers in the real world– looks like too many have a problem with plain oral– deep throat– I would have my child’s teacher fired]. They cannot have it both ways– especially if no one was asking in the first place– and they overstepped their jurisdiction.
I would like to say– I like women who have lives and mind their own business. I think reality shows are supposed to be more contentious than I will put up with. This worries me sometimes, because I want to work with people who get things done and not debate or argue about everything they disagree on. I am concerned reality shows may be creating a new norm [debate/argument] and I do not think this is helpful for us at this time.
That said– are these shows hits? Yes, I think so.
Government women and those claiming to be business leaders who want to provide more than just social commentary– have to be careful about how they offer unsolicited advice– to anyone.
Why am I offering this advice? Because I have been screwed by a lot of women who cannot do half of what I can do– and were able to– simply because I did not know who my grandfather was. No other reason. I stayed trim, I dressed, I worked hard– I amassed skills. The reason overweight, undereducated women could screw me? They claim to be important government or industry leaders and I need their advice. Their mistaken opinion. Laws have been broken, I have been maimed– and I do not need their advice.
They should have tried, Richard Nixon– is your grandfather. I would have said– Ohhhhh. I owe them advice. Go work on you. Truly.
When a debate arises I do not want to take part in– I like “we are going to have to agree to disagree” and move on.
Am I going to have a lot of women friends ever? Probably not. That said- I love clothes. I have studied what suits me. I like models. I would not want to piss them off for the wrong reasons. Government women are not models– and they should remember that.