The (half) naked truth

When I write my weekly flASHbacks, it always amazes me how the news runs in cycles.

The first part of this week, for instance, was all civil unions and fireworks, but then things took an odd turn to lingerie toward week’s end.

It started with a Star-Advertiser breaking news bulletin about how the FBI is searching for fun couple John and Julieanne Dimitrion, who failed to show up in federal court for sentencing to 40 and 30 year terms, respectively, for defrauding local families out of their homes and money.

It was one of those yada-yada-yada stories until it got to the part about their personal habits  that might help readers identify them:

John Michael Dimitrion is  34 years old, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 200 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.  He is known to have expensive tastes in sports cars, clothing and jewelry.  He is an enthusiast for high-end personal electronics and Airsoft replica firearms.

Julieanne Baldueza Dimitrion is 32 years old, 4 feet 11 inches tall, 150 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. During the fraud investigation, the FBI noted that she spent thousands of dollars on lingerie and sought to declare this lingerie as a business expense on her taxes.

Why do I have the feeling that wifey will have it far easier than hubby finding accomplices to harbor her?

Then there was Hawaii News Now’s feature about how three young women with good business sense and curves to back it up who are wearing only thongs and teddies to sell lattes and smoothies from a lunchwagon at Dillingham and Puuhale called “Wild Bean Espresso.”

The good ladies at nearby St. Anthony’s Church aren’t amused, but with all due respect, I’ve got a monthly meeting down on Dillingham that I’m really looking forward to this time.

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2 Comments on “The (half) naked truth”

  1. Michael Says:

    First lingerie was a leaf after Eve ate the forbidden fruit.

  2. Wayne Says:

    This was refreshing to read. I am optimistic that previous readers will continue to follow you on your new blog. If others are like myself, I haven’t kept up because I’m travelling. You’ve probably typed the word “furlough” so many times, it would have been more effecient to assign it a shortcut key. All the best Dave. I enjoy your writng.


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