According to the pneumatic bombshell, the former minister-turned-micromanager's
boob assessment is merely a geographical quirk.
"We're Podunk Southern,"
says Simpson in a statement that will likely elicit loud groans from below the
Um, okay....Jessica Simpson is from Richardson, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. The majority of the people there are upper-middle class, and I think you'd be very hard pressed to find any "podunk" people hanging around where she grew up.
Looks like little Jessica was trying to play the Britney "We're Country!" card, but where she grew up is about as podunk as Iowa, whereas Britney....but that's another post. What gets me is that she's saying that because her family's from the South, it's okay for her Dad to talk about her boobs...I don't care how "open" my Dad is, I would be very uncomfortable if he talked about my boobs to anyone, let alone the public!
Let's not forget, too, that Joe Simpson used to be a Baptist youth minister, people. Does anyone else think it strange that someone who used to guide young people in "the ways of the Lord" talks about his daughters "Double-D's?"
All right. I had to get that off my chest, pardon the pun.....
And my maiden name! (Woah!)
Personally, I think this will be the make or break season for this show. Not only is it competing with the big networks for market share, I'm a little concerned with the storyline this season. I mean, the past two seasons were all about running from Cylons and blowing them up in space and all that great sexual tension between Apollo and Starbuck (I LOATHE Dualla.) Now the whole dynamic has changed--the humans are on a planet now, the Cylons are occupying that planet, and the remainder of the fleet has done a big hyperjump to Gods know where (ha ha.) Will this make the show less compelling? I sure hope not!
This is a shot of the Air Force Academy. The white pointy building in the background is the chapel, which, up close, looks kind of like the Resurrection Ship from Battlestar Galactica (for all you sci-fi nerds out there.) Aren't the mountains beautiful? I never knew such places existed!
Here's the up close view of the chapel. Unfortunately, when we visited, there were church services going on, so I didn't get to go inside. It is still quite an impressive building, though. After services were over I got to peek inside and see all the gorgeous stained glass. Couldn't take a picture, though... :(
Here is an A-10 Warthog. Charli said that when pilots were downed in combat, these bad boys were used to go in and "soften up the area so they could rescue the pilot." When I asked what "softening up the area" meant, she said, "It means you go in there and blow the hell out of the enemy." All righty, then! Question answered!
This is a T-38 Talon--if my memory serves me right, these were the predecessors to the F-16's? I can't remember--I looked at a lot of stuff that day!
And last, but not least, a B-52 bomber. This plane was HUGE--so huge, in fact, that I couldn't get all of it in the shot!
So that's it. I know that they're all of planes and stuff, but the scenery is really pretty, too! And it's not like this is the only time I will be visiting--I do plan to go there again, and when I do, I promise I'll be a picture-taking fiend!