Promiscuity, thy name is media

Rose Law Group Reporter Gripe of the Week

“Talk to the hand” is an English language slang phrase associated with the 1990s as a contemptuous way of saying one doesn’t want to hear what the person who is speaking is saying. “TMI,” meanwhile, is an abbreviation for “Too Much Information,” associated with one doesn’t want to hear all the gory details.

All of you who want to hear details of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s marital peccadillos, please raise your hands.

Just what we thought!

In case your living room is a lead mine, the former California governor says his lifelong penchant for secrecy and ability to put his emotions “on deep freeze” led him to keep many secrets from his wife Maria Shriver, eventually causing the dissolution of their marriage when he was forced to admit he fathered a child with the family’s housekeeper years earlier. He has admitted to other affairs.

The crowning example of “The Governator’s” misogynistic attitude is a report that during a marriage counseling session that included his admission of affairs, he said to his then-wife Maria Shriver, “I still find you hot!”

TMI!

And here’s something we really needed to know (with the question: How do these websites come up with such garbage?): It’s estimated 61 percent of wealthy men in Phoenix have seven or more sexual partners annually, according to a poll taken by a Sugar Daddy dating website.

SeekingArrangement.com ranked Phoenix sixth among its top 10 cities posting the highest rate of promiscuity among men.

Talk to the hand.

One of the glaring shortcomings of today’s media and Internet is too little information about what’s really important and too much information about sleaze.

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