While walk on the Street of New York campaigning for Mayor a voter confronts Anthony Weiner on what he called his "Deviant behavior". And told the former Congressman he needs to get a job and stay out of the public eye. To his credit Anthony Weiner never backed down. Check out the video: http://thepoliticus.com/content/video-anthony-weiner-get-shouting-match...more
Thursday's headlines that Anthony Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin, thought herself to blame for the congressman's repeated forays into the lands of sexting women who were absolutely not her, kept the focus of his story exactly where it seems to have landed: on everyone involved but him. ...more
Carlos Danger IS Anthony Weiner. Yea, his yahoo account that he sent lewd pics from is Carlos Danger...Now to get the disclaimer out-of-the-way. I am not against Dick Pics inherently. It is not illegal, if you are of age, to send naked pictures of yourself. I don't find it immoral either. What I am against is them sent without asking for them. I am also against leaking pictures that were not meant for the public, pictures that are sent privately and trusted with the person they are sent to....more
In light of the recent so-called “news”, there have been many high-profile celebs, politicians, etc. who have been the focus of social networking scandals. I’m sure there have been millions of regular, non-celeb types who have been caught up in social networking entanglements as well. Why are these virtual worlds so contagious, so tempting, so dangerous! People are literally ruining their lives and the lives of their families, giving in to these quasi worlds....more
I just read this article in Vanity Fair where writer Emma Gilbey Keller offers Huma Abedin, wife of now-infamous U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner, some advice as she deals with the fall-out of his Twitter scandal. The piece has been generating a lot of buzz on the Internet today so I thought I'd share my own perspective, that of a working mom with her second child literally a day or two away:...more
While everyone else was discussing what the Weinergate incident and its coverage said about modern American politics and journalism and hypothesizing about politicians' inability to keep themselves out of sex scandals, she began counting the times technology had inadvertently cast her into deeply mortifying situations.