Good Lord, the $40,000,000.00 Man still hasn't figured it out.
Let me help with a little story which clarifies the matter that truly is at hand.
A little more than a decade ago we here in McKinney, Texas were 'ground zero' in what became known as the "McKinney Cheerleader Scandal
". It led the national news cycle for weeks, cable news kept it alive for months, and they even made a movie out of it
Here is a summary: five high school seniors took pictures of themselves as a group, fully clothed
, while visiting an 'adult toy store' and holding some 'merchandise'. And then posted the pictures to social media. That was it!
And yet all Hell broke loose.
"Subsequent investigation" revealed that the girls had engaged in under-age drinking before Prom, were considered 'bratty' by their peers, and had 'gotten away with being bratty' because the mother of one of them was the principal of their high school. Oh, Heaven forfend!
At this point it may be fairly asked exactly what is 'scandalous' about teen girls (even bratty, 'privileged' ones who drink before Prom) posing fully clothed while holding 'adult merchandise'? And further, why should such become the focus of an enduring national news story?
The answer is simple: the "scandal" was that they took the 'controversial' pictures whilst wearing their McKinney North High School Cheerleader uniforms
. Had they just been wearing street clothes, no one would have paid a minute's notice, save for some "Tsk, Tsk's
" from a few local busybodies and blue-noses.
So … Wake up, Roger.
This is really simple.