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Wednesday, November 12, 2003

Hypocrisy Runs Rampant

Oh yes, it's another dispatch from the lovely city of "For me but not for thee!" Let's warm you up a bit, shall we?

Do you remember the Supreme Court rulings on sodomy? How about the hullabaloo over same-sex marriages? Legalizing drug use? What do all of those have in common, you ask? Because the battle cry for the loony left has been "YOU CAN'T LEGISLATE MORALITY!"

C'mon, you've heard that millions of times, I bet. Any time some issue or another dear to the Moonbat's shriveled hearts hits the courts, you have dozens of idiots outside screaming "YOU CAN'T LEGISLATE MORALITY!" Hell, sometimes morality has nothing to do with the issue, but they're out there anyways. "YOU CAN'T LEGISLATE MORALITY!"

Well, it seems they have an addendum for that. "YOU CAN'T LEGISLATE MORALITY! BUT WE CAN!"

The serving of sushi on a nearly naked woman has been a monthly feature at Bonzai, a Pioneer Square nightclub (in Seattle). Now the practice, known as "naked sushi," is coming under fire from activists at the University of Washington. Cherry Cayabyab, president of the local chapter of National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum, says, "It's dehumanizing to be treated as a plate." Promoters and customers reply that naked sushi is performance art. Promoter Cheresa Nemitz says the human form becomes an aesthetic tableau that changes as each piece of sushi is taken for consumption

These women wear a thong and saran wrap, have sushi placed on their nearly naked bodies, and let men eat off of them. Now, I really don't give a damn what you do to make a buck as long as it's legal. And as far as I know, nobody has made a law against being a dinner plate. But for the moonbats in Seattle, it's HORRIBLE! EEEEK! EEEEK! Women making money off of being naked!

Naked sushi began in Japan and also has spread to Los Angeles and New York. It involves an array of sticky rice mixed with raw fish and other Japanese delicacies placed on clear plastic wrap over the torso of a prone model. At Bonzai, seven models work in half-hour shifts. Beneath the plastic wrap, each wears a thong and a few flower petals.

Just so we're clear on this, these women aren't getting paid to have sex with men. They're not even dancing on a brass pole, which is perfectly legal. They're turning their bodies into a dinner plate. And getting paid for it.

This is just ANOTHER example of liberal hypocrisy in this city. The moonbats are always screaming about multi-culturalism, but a custom that started in Japan? Nope, can't have it. "YOU CAN'T LEGISLATE MORALITY!" they scream. But obviously they have no problems doing so. These idiots demand more money for the homeless, but want to stop these seven women from actually making enough money for rent. Seattle is populated by idiots.

Oh, and by the way, I don't give a shit about naked sushi. Hell, I don't even eat sushi; I'll take my fish good and cooked, thank you very much. If these women want to pay their rent by turning themselves into dinner plates, more power to them. But the hypocrisy inherent in the moonbats' screeching is almost more than I can bear.

Just remember people, when the "liberals" talk about equality, they only want it for themselves. Every time a moonbat up here screeches about "equality" I can hear Napoleon in the back of my mind, "Some Animals are more equal than others!" Because if you're not on their plantation, you can go to hell as far as the moonbats are concerned.

Hey Tim, that might be a good post pic for you. "Hypocrisy Runs Rampant". I'll be using that a lot for Seattle.

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