- Category: Politics
- Written by Jim Dee
Snippet from today's New York Times article about the clothing and accessories worn by pathetic losers like Eliot Spitzer (a loser for doing what he did) and his wife, Silda (a loser for standing by her whore-loving husband):
For the first ladies of New Jersey and New York, the greatest symbolism may be attached to their pearl necklaces -- a centuries old gem (with several appearances in the Bible) that suggests dignity and innocence.
Dignity and innocence ... Yep, that's exactly what Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, and Frank Beard must've had in mind while penning their hit tune, "Pearl Necklace," for ZZ Top's 1981 El Loco album. Thanks for clearing that up, New York Times. I always thought that ZZ Top song was about something else.