Sometimes, when your brain is behaving much like a festering pile of mushy old dog kibble that sat out in a rainstorm overnight, you can simply let another person's words tell a story for you. And today, I would like to thank the Baltimore Sun for writing these words:
"Sexual solicitation charges against Andray Blatche have been dropped after the Washington Wizards forward successfully completed 'John School.'"John School: a place one goes to learn about the do's and don'ts of soliciting sex.
In the case of Andray Blatche, the major don't is "Don't solicit sex from from an undercover police officer," which can loosely be translated as "Don't get caught."
One has to wonder what they taught Andray during the day-long seminar that is the prostitute solicitation academy. Were they simply telling him over and over again that he was really not supposed to do that illegal thing that he did? Or perhaps he had a sly, slightly rebellious instructor who decided to give the pupils the real dirt and tell them the tricks to discerning whether or not the prospective Jane (is that the proper term?) is actually an undercover cop.
John School: a place to learn about prostitution.