Full disclosure in the post-Weiner era



  1. Jeffro »

    5 June 2011 · 10:14 pm

    I frighten small children enough already, so no pics. Plus there is the idea that I’d be advertising my shortcomings, as it were.

  2. grannie elbow »

    6 June 2011 · 1:58 am


  3. McGehee »

    6 June 2011 · 9:53 am

    I don’t have nude pictures of myself.

    Did I say those last two words out loud?

  4. fillyjonk »

    6 June 2011 · 11:57 am

    Except for possibly a photograph of Michelangelo’s “David” in one of my travel books, I don’t have any nude pictures, period.

    This should not be considered a solicitation for people to send them to me, either.

  5. Tatyana »

    6 June 2011 · 12:12 pm

    That issue of Vent was expansive enough to suggest not just an idle taking stock but a meticulous disclosure for a purpose…are you planning to run for office?

  6. CGHill »

    6 June 2011 · 12:24 pm

    It was intended to be precisely that meticulous, though I am not in fact running for office; I’m thinking that Certain Other Individuals should consider it a model for their own revelations of youthful (or not-so-youthful) indiscretions.

  7. Dan B »

    7 June 2011 · 1:56 am

    Is there something inherent about political leadership that makes grown men act like 4 year olds when it comes to their genitalia?

    Did the senior Weiner forget to tell Anthony that women are more generally sexually responsive tactilely than visually; that a gentle touch in the right place on or above the shoulders is more likely to produce results than a blatant display of your ‘wares’?

    His wife worked for Hillary. Pelosi is a mother and a grandmother. Hard money says the Weiner is about to be smacked.

  8. CGHill »

    7 June 2011 · 10:55 am

    Or maybe it’s that grown men who act like four-year-olds are just naturally drawn to pursuits like politics.

  9. tioedong »

    8 June 2011 · 10:42 pm

    we full figured gals don’t post in the nude, because we’d look like this:


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