(If there are any children present, they should be shooed from the room. There is adult content near the bottom of this post. ;o) YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.)
In case you missed it, Obama visted a Home Depot today to speak about the very important issue of home insulation and retro-fitting.
According to the Prez, "The simple act of retro-fitting is one of the fastest, easiest and cheapest things we can do to put Americans back to work while saving money and reducing harmful emissions."
Really? Ok, if you say so. (I'll let it pass. There are more important things to get to, today. . .)
He went on to say, "I know the idea may not be very glamorous, although I get pretty excited about it."
(My response:) "Um, alright. . . To each his own way and all that, but maybe you should just keep those kinds of things to yourself. . ."
But he wasn't finished: "Insulation is sexy stuff."
(I regret to report that he added, "Here's what's sexy about it: saving money." I regret reporting it because it ruins the flow, but I'm too honest to leave it out. ;o))
First, ugh. Can people please stop saying things are "sexy"? It's an incredibly un"sexy" way of expressing yourself. Was Obama "off-prompter" on this speech, or did someone actually think this was the best way to say things? Anyway, putting aside my pet peeves. . .
Maybe this new way of looking at insulation will inspire some daring fashion designer. . .
I can almost see it now. . .