Would the site of this in the stall next to you make you want to give up your life as a respected senator?
He's Cute, But...
...yeah, not that cute. I'll keep my job as senator, unless this guy decides to become a mass murderer...you know how much I crave male mass murderers.
This is Sgt. Dave Karsnia, the man that enticed Senator Larry Craig to do things in a Minneapolis airport men's room. While the two men disagreed about what happened in the bathroom, the honorable senator entered a guilty plea for disorderly conduct. If you have time, check out the official report that Sgt. Karsnia filed, to which the honorable senator admitted by pleading guilty.
I wasn't overly ambitious in my knitting the last couple of days, but I was still able to finish the first sock in the second colorway of the Kaffe Regia yarn.
I was hoping more leg would satisfy enough readers that no more knitting would be necessary.
I was able to finish my latest book by Patricia Highsmith, Ripley Underwater. Another book in Ms. Highsmith's series of books detailing Tom Ripley from The Talented Mr. Ripley, this book details his time living with his wife in a beautiful-sounding town in France. I must admit, I'm getting kind of tired with these stories of a man constantly threatened by the possibility of his past rearing its ugly face, but I will never tire of how wonderfully Highsmith writes.
Concerning Larry Craig, Kathy writes, "And I don't like that his primary message has been to deny homosexuality rather than address the charge against him: lewd public behavior."
This is an excellent point, and I appreciate you separating these two issues that most media, and myself have kept entwined. His "disorderly conduct" wasn't being a homo.