DSK and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

With the Mets no longer tenaciously controlling last place in the NL Central, New York really needed something else to talk about.  Stage right, enter Dominique Strauss-Kahn.  DSK, as he’s more commonly known, is a big name in foreign policy and international banking circles but wasn’t exactly a household name outside of France.  Luckily for NYC (and unluckily for DSK), that all changed a few Saturdays ago.

Now, in retrospect, DSK’s path to the Riker’s perp walk seems like the culmination of a really bad day.  You’re in your expensive hotel room, about to fly business class overnight to have a chat with Angela Merkel.  Then bam, you’re doing an early morning shuffle in front of the NYC press corps.  Which isn’t to say that DSK is the first person to have a really bad day.  Look at this guy.  First, the homerun goes right over his head.  Then, a beer comes showering down all over it:

The main difference is that the unlucky recipient of the beer shower didn’t sexually assault a maid in his expensive hotel room (I assume).  And to be fair, that is a pretty big difference.

There’s a lesson in this for all of us.  Sure, you may be at the top of your game.  Yes, you might be the assumed front-runner for the Presidency of La France.  And it’s even possible that people will make excuses for you like, you’re being framed or engaging in a tragically nihilistic form of self-sacrifice.  However, when it’s all said and done, there’s really only one thing to keep in mind.  The lady who comes and offers you turn-down service is only there to handle the bed sheets.



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