Thursday, June 9, 2011

A guy takes a picture . . .

A guy takes a picture of his package. A guy takes a picture of his package and seeks to send it to a girl. A guy takes a picture of his package and seeks to send it to a girl via Twitter. A guy takes a picture of his package and seeks to send it to a girl via Twitter but, she is in high school. A guy takes a picture of his package and seeks to send it to a girl via Twitter but she is in high school and he is married. A guy takes a picture of his package and seeks to send it to a girl via Twitter but she is in high school and he is married and he is a US Congressman. A guy takes a picture of his package and seeks to send it to a girl via Twitter but she is in high school and he is married and he is a US Congressman and he mis-transmits, sending the image to tens of thousands of Twitter followers. A guy takes a picture of his package and seeks to send it to a girl via Twitter but she is in high school and he is married and he is a US Congressman and he mis-transmits, sending the image to ten of thousands of Twitter followers and he lies about it and says his device was hijacked or something like that.

Nearly a decade ago I wrote “eMail Rules” (which is still relevant and still being sold) that would have provided Weiner guidance to help save his job and everything else he has lost in the last two weeks. If money would have been an issue, it could have been bought on eBay for just a few dollars. Seems a small price to save your job.

Are you kidding me.

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