It ain't easy being Sleazy!

Why would anyone want to be SLEAZY? What's right with being sleazy?

Inundated by the flood of sleazy spam and sale calls...Being corrupt, immoral, dirty, vulgar, ... without being caught, ain't easy, but why would anyone want to be sleazy? Are honorable means no longer fast enough? Why do we put so much into presenting only "one side of the story"?

Have you ever wanted to be just a little bit sleazy. You see all this glitter and glamour being promoted and you wonder, what's happening to the rest of us? The message is, "if you don't have money you don't have shit". 

In our society, we spend lots of time and effort avoiding the appearance of being sleazy. We don't want to serve this kind, though we're all about serving. We turn our noses up at what we perceive to be sleazy, yet we claim to be honorable, forgiving people, rehabilitating. If you must spend this kind of effort avoiding it, then that tells me, you are it. Why are we trying to cover up being sleazy?

As the saints go marching in, which one of us is more sleazy than the other? We adorn our bodies with beautiful apparel, so others don't see our true agendas. The more saint apparel you put on the more sleazy your ass is. NO matter how much cover, sleaze manage to ooze out... Eddie Long, Jenner, Dollar, Jakes, Olseen, Graham, Trump, Cosby, LePage, Winfrey, Jackson, Clinton, Obama, Sheen and the list goes on and on for the most sleaziest people.

Sleavy also easily covered under professional titles and these professionals are no more than wolves dressed in sheep's clothing.

The sleaziest people are not the ones we turn our noses up at, humbling dressed..., but the ones we welcome because of their lavish outward appearance.

So, what causes us to yield so much respect for the sleaziest of sleazy people? We love sleaze.

(((your inner

"The Danish Girl"

YOUR inner voice

Right here, Right now.


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