I don't know what to think about Miley Cyrus pole dancing at the Teen Choice Awards. I didn't watch it, nor did the teenage girls in my house. Was
she any good at it?
I doubt Disney will cut her contract. She's making a fortune for Disney. Besides, the South Park guys already exposed
Disney for its evilness and corruptness
Seriously, now. Do I believe a scantily clad, 16 year old, future harlot and, probable train wreck ala Britney Spears or Lindsey Lohan should be pole
dancing at a teen show? Nope. For sure there are people who seem to be hell bent upon the further degradation of our young people, in particular, our
young teen girls in the U.S.A., IMO.
If I was a 16 year old boy? For sure I would be dreaming about her, probably wetly, and cheering her on.
And, personally, I think her dad needs an attitude adjustment, Flatwoods, KY style. But it seems more and more to me that I am just an old fuddy
duddy, anyway. Just ask the 12 and one of the 14 year old granddaughters who have the misfortune to live with me, and who I NOT let leave the house if
they appear to be dressed as to advertise their cootchies and booties. Thank goodness for my aging heart that the other 14 year old girl dresses
sensibly. Funny, ain't it? The one who has some self-respect for herself doesn't believe in God and Christianity and doesn't attend church 3 times
a week like the other two. Eh?
I said it once before here on ATS, about a year or so ago, I went to eat lunch at the local elementary school with the then 5th grade granddaughter
and a poster was on the wall of the cafeteria that showed an obviously, just beginning to bloom young pre-teen girl, dressed way to suggestively, with
white around her mouth and the slogan, "Got Milk?" displayed below the photograph. Immediately after lunch I stopped in at the office and expressed
my concerns about what sort of message was the school trying to instill in these ELEMENTARY kids?? Yeah, call me the moral police or whatever, but I
am a concerned adult, concerned about the young kids exposed to this sort of propaganda and subliminal messaging. I am very happy to say this poster
was taken down that day. And I have been back from time to time this year to eat lunch with my 7 year old grandson, and this kind of crap isn't
posted on the walls of the cafeteria anymore. The, then, 6 year old love of my life boy didn't need to be exposed to this sort of denigration of
Am I a prude? Heh. Far from it, just ask my wife.
I think she wishes I actually resorted to her prudeness in our middle age.