I'm pulling for Anthony Weiner to get out of this pickle:
Seriously, people have got to understand that social networking tools like Twitter and Facebook have essentially no boundaries. That what you do can very well end up exposed to the world.
If you are going to be on a social network, your persona has got to be at a minimum "business casual" - the kind of person you'd be at a company party. No politics. No sex. No outrageous statements.
It's not just Weiner. Other politicians have Tweeted boorish remarks (or worse) and gotten caught.
Time to throttle back on the social network stuff, guys.
We now have the answer to the lyrical riddle of the past's "Who Wears Short Shorts?" but is it time for a wedgie?