The Associated Press just posted its breathless report on the brouhaha overErykah Badu's "Window Seat" striptease
, which has become the Zapruder film of 2010. AP, why the headline: "Dallas Residents Stunned Over Erykah Badu Video"? Shouldn't it have been: "Two Tourists Who Don't Know Who Erykah Badu Is Offended Over Something They Didn't See Till AP Reporter Showed Them"?
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If nothing else, every time I feel bad about pestering DowntownDallas president John Crawford with a silly question, I'll remember the time the AP asked him if a naked celebrity could somehow harm the reputation of the stretch of downtown cement where John Kennedy was murdered. Says WFAA this evening, Erykah could be rewarded with a disorderly conduct charge for her work promoting Dallas better than the CVB ever did. Does that mean I can file a complaint about the "One More Thing" video? Because I will.