To be honest, no, other than that I originally intended to run them with my recent post about Sarah Palin and her new entertaining celebrity status. My computer was just having trouble uploading the photos of these gals at the time. I guess they are just so smoking hot. Meanwhile, I'm a bit new to this blogging stuff, so technical difficulties are bound to arise. Anyway, here are the photos I was so eager to run.
And, hey, what's wrong with a high-toned media organization like Crazy in Suburbia running photos of celebrities? Us Weekly and other celebrity magazines run cover shots of gals like this all the time, concocting some lame new angle about their exploits just to have an excuse to publish their photos, attract more attention on the newsstands, and supposedly sell more magazines. Even another high-toned publication like Vanity Fair will trot out some allegedly hot new story about such global icons as Marilyn Monroe, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, and Princess Diana, just to have a reason to publish more photos of them.
Meanwhile, here is a photo of Tonya Harding. Someone who commented on my Sarah Palin post noted a similarity between the Alaska governor and recent vice presidential candidate with Ms. Harding, the former figure skating champ, alleged co-conspirator in the 1994 Nancy Kerrigan knee-bashing incident, and one-time professional ladies boxer. It's always fun to revisit the glorious train wreck of a life and career that was Tonya Harding. The photo is from the, yes, official Tonya Harding website. Which means she's still out there, looking, we hope, to make her come back any day now.