DATELINE: Mysterious World of Cat Fishing
If you haven’t heard of cat-fishing, you are out of touch with today’s Internet.
Former Boston Celtic Ray Allen is giving us a crash course in something to do with scams, sexual harassment, and online game players.
He is now counter-suing a young man who pretended to be a woman (actually several women) and lured Mr. Allen into online relationships.
It appears there is more than meets the eye to your online pickup lines.
Allen allegedly started stalking his tweeter. Well, how can you stalk a man who pretends to be a woman without finding out that the stalk is off-kilter?
In the world of retired sports stars with time on their hands, you discover that it was a two-way stalking. The young deceiver may have had incriminating evidence and was a threat to reveal it to the family of Mr. Allen.
This gives new meaning to the term “on the down-low.” Yes, sports fans, in the world of sexual stalking, being on the DL is not always the disabled list.
We might wonder if former movie star (He Got Game) and 3-point champ Allen was light in his sneakers when he took all those jump shots.
We recall vividly his inexplicable feud with Rajon Rondo when they were on their championship NBA treadmill nearly a decade ago.
All the Celtics teammates blackballed Mr. Allen when he jumped ship for an NBA ring on another team. Perhaps teammates already were separating themselves from the DL list.
So, Ray’s best defense is now that he was cat-fished, the colorful term to describe a sexual peccadillo.
DATELINE: All Men are Dogs
Just today we heard that Senator Al Franken and Sylvester Stallone have joined the sexual assault parade. There isn’t a man to be trusted.
In regard to Man, that generic sexist pig, for years we used to say, “Don’t shoot all the dogs just because one has fleas.”
We now admit that we were wrong. It’s time to shoot all the dogs. They cannot be trusted around women. They cannot be trusted in any kind of polite society. Straight men are Deplorables. Even Trump is one of them.
They should be isolated like some virulent pestilence. Clearly it is time for Amazon society. We don’t mean the buying Internet giant. We mean a society of women without men.
Why, heavens to Betsy, gay men cannot even be trusted around other men. The last month or two has proven the point. Men are dogs. They should be kept in kennels, if not euthanized.
It’s the only way to keep women safe. Even if we put them in prisons, we know they’ll go to their own kind. They are like cannibals. They have voracious sexual appetites.
So sorry to say, women will be better off with women in all leadership positions. Women should have all control over everything related to men. Then, only women will assault other women.
The grand experiment of male domination has now proven to be a complete and utter failure.
Why hang on to the old way? Out with the ganders and in with the geese. Out with the buck and in with the doe.
Castrate the dogs and let the mangy Curs keep to themselves in dog pounds.
Tom & Giselle Deflating
That probably means us. Can there be trouble in Paradise? We are not as bad as Terez Owens, are we?
Tom and Giselle are reportedly bickering and thinking divorce: and his wife is ready to name a co-respondent: it’s Deflategate.
Imagine if Tom wins his case and loses his trophy wife.
Since the power couple is tickling the bank accounts and stock market in the vicinity of half a billion dollars, we are not talking chicken feed. And, this is all the fault of Roger Goodell.
Tom and Giselle have two lovely children with whom they share Twitter fun moments, but Tom’s preoccupation with pigskin seems to be a detriment to his parenting and husbandry.
According to some reports, Giselle has walked out of the monumental mansion recently built in Brookline, Massachusetts, to serve as Camelot and Brigadoon. Now it appears more like Brigadoon, about to disappear into the mists.
We might beg Tom to say it isn’t so. Strictly from a business point of view, this is a catastrophe of the first order—and from the moral that money can buy happiness, we are facing another fall from grace.
If the suspension passes, perhaps Tom will feel compelled to spend more time with wife and kids. If the suspension is upheld, perhaps Tom will consider walking away from the sport that may be ruining his personal life.
The great star loves football—but what price glory?