Journalism's Bright Future: Would-be Anchorette Asks for Very Personal Help
Is it any wonder television news doesn't have much credibility?
This from the Washington, DC, Craigslist:
I know this is a long shot, but it's worth a try. This month I attained my B.S. degreee in journalism with a minor in marketing. I hope to one day soon be a leading broadcast journalist, but feel that my small chest is holding me back.
I am seeking understanding, kind-hearted people who are willing to invest in my A-cup breasts and help me finance a breast augmentation surgery and advance my career in broadcast journalism.
The surgery will cost $3,000 and get me up to a full C-cup. I believe that this is the final piece that I need to have more self-confidence and gain better job opportunities.
In this day and age, I know how important looking good is for any career. I know this surgery will increase my chances three-fold on top of my education, experience and talent.
Please reply if you can help. This is not only an investment in my confidence; It is an investment in my fruitful career. Thank you.
UPDATE 05-10 12:23. Craigslist has removed the posting after word of it spread around the blogosphere.