Greg oden dating
(See Michael Beasley, a small plastic bag and Twitter; or Michael Phelps, a house party and a camera phone.) But giving Oden all this grief because he's a professional athlete is a very superficial way at looking at this particular situation. Snicker at him if you want; even question the propriety of sending nude photos to someone. If Oden were doing porn instead of rehabbing his injury, OK, we can talk about it.But we really should be asking what kind of person would leak those photos in the first place. If he were a political figure trying to pass an anti-sexting bill, then sure, post the photos as evidence of his hypocrisy.None of this is exactly breaking news, but for some reason, a good chunk of the country has been behaving as if the nude photos of the oft-injured Portland Trail Blazer that surfaced recently are a stop-the-presses issue.It's been on every sports blog the Internet offers up as well as sports talk radio and television shows from coast to coast, including ESPN.Apparently, the photos were taken about a year and a half ago when he was flirting with his then-girlfriend; and if she is the one who began circulating them on the Internet, maybe there's some insight into why she is an ex-girlfriend.The conversation shouldn't be about Oden's sexting.
Not "thing" or "junk" or "stuff" or any other ridiculous euphemism we use to describe this particular area of the anatomy, as if it weren't part of the human body.It should be about how classless some of us can be.Yes, this does qualify as another case in which technology exacerbates an athlete's poor decision.The only thing more ridiculous than Oden's apologizing for taking the pictures are the folks who felt he needed to.As far as I can tell, he has nothing to apologize for -- and no, that isn't a thinly veiled size joke.