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12/29/2011

Traci Nobles: Weiner Proposed a Threesome . . . With Another Dude

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 6:57 pm

I just had a shower. Time for another:

“I’m not really talking about other chicks… How about with another guy?” Weiner asked Nobles.

“Hmmmm, haven’t done it before,” Nobles said.

“It can be hot,” Weiner replies.

“Are you turned on by other guys?” Nobles asked.

“Well it depends on the guy, but generally yes,” Weiner divulges.

Shudder.

71 Responses to “Traci Nobles: Weiner Proposed a Threesome . . . With Another Dude”

  1. Well, if Pelosi retires (as goes the rumor), then Weiner has a slam-dunk district available to him!

    Steve (e5cb81)

  2. Hohophobes

    JD (5e8dfe)

  3. hi Mark!

    happyfeet (3c92a1)

  4. Weiner always looked like that sorta dude. Wouldn’t surprise me if it was Schumer involved in that Burnt Weenie Sandwich.

    Colonel Haiku (c26934)

  5. am now grabbing the porcelain throne.

    sickofrinos (44de53)

  6. Barney Frank and Anthony Weiner?

    Weiner and Frank?

    Paging Debbie Wassaerman Schultz.

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  7. Look, Patterico, you may want to rethink this whole idea of announcing your showering routine on this blog, lest Weiner start reading this and envision some vivid pictures in his, uh, fertile mind.

    JVW (4d72aa)

  8. Huma’s relatives will be very interested to hear about this.

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  9. I’m sure very few people will create photoshops of the possibilities.

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  10. Must have had a stressful day, I question your usual wisdom in deciding to bring this to our attention.

    So I will suggest an alternative topic…Gov. Scott Walker, official Chief Badger, was being interviewed on Hewitt today. He stated that one false ad on behalf of the recall effort had already been pulled due to real journalism in Wisconsin. The ad claimed there was a school in Wisconsin with 47 children in a class, many sitting on the floor without chairs, all supposedly of the law passed by Walker and the Repubs. Journalists actually wanted to know where this was, at least what school district, and their pressing for answers resulted in the ad being pulled rather than answers given.

    It seems to me that in this lawyered-up land of ours, where one can be sued for making hot coffee hot, than someone can get away with knowingly false ads trying to affect the course of an election. If anything, such an attempt to defraud the public should be a serious crime, or up for civil action from citizens subjected to the wrongful influence peddling.

    The right to engage in reponsible public discourse should not imply freedom to knowingly lie to deceive the public, at least not by any recognized organization, especially if registered under laws regulating charitable or political interest groups.

    MD in Philly (3d3f72)

  11. You’re just trying to get Enquiring Mind to come back to the blog, aren’t you?

    Karl (5a613f)

  12. Was Bawney Fwankfurter and Al Gore involved?

    Or do threesomes cause gorebull warming?

    Dohbiden (ef98f0)

  13. Weiner and Frank?

    Paging Debbie Wassaerman Schultz.

    poodle sammich.

    Colonel Haiku (c26934)

  14. The NY unions wanted taxes raised on the middle class so they can have jobs……………..screw them.

    Dohbiden (ef98f0)

  15. Weiner on a Kucinich bun with a side of Mikulski.

    Colonel Haiku (c26934)

  16. Much as I think Weiner was…well, a dick…I think he was trying to talk “all sexy” with his e-mistress. Who knows what he really likes? Come to think of it, who would want to know?

    I honestly feel sorry for his wife. At least she has more to talk about with her former boss. They have a lot in common.

    Now, isn’t she Muslim? And didn’t Weiner “convert” or something similar? Do Muslims have a “unitarian” style sect?

    Where is the fatwa?

    Simon Jester (450deb)

  17. I have no idea if this is true, but if so, it wouldn’t be a surprise.

    NTTIAWWT, other than the ewww factor.

    Besides, sex — no matter the flavor of the day — is only bad when Republicans do it.

    Dems could hump a two-day-old armadillo corpse and it would be a lifestyle choice.

    Ag80 (1f2371)

  18. Unless armadillos were an endangered species, Ag.

    Simon Jester (450deb)

  19. Granny Sardonis and F*ck you Schumer can give their salary to the unions and their sob stories.

    Dohbiden (ef98f0)

  20. is Huma no longer in Hillary’s coterie? I hadn’t heard that.

    happyfeet (3c92a1)

  21. __________________________________

    hi Mark!

    Hey, happyfeet! So what can you learn from the story of Anthony Weiner, his wife, and Hillary Clinton—who Bill himself said was into other women (and there has been plenty of talk about how Weiner’s wife and Hillary had a very close relationship)? That there appears to be more than a bit of bisexuality out there, and so when people want to be accommodated for their desire to initiate same-sex marriages, we definitely need another special niche for people who swing both ways. IOW, society should allow guys to have both a wife and husband, and some women to have both a husband and wife.

    Mark (31bbb6)

  22. I think it’s ok if they pick just the one. But then I’m very old-fashioned.

    happyfeet (3c92a1)

  23. I don’t know if Huma is in Hillary’s coterie, but both she and Bill look like they’re both ready to run a marathon.

    Ag80 (1f2371)

  24. So Weiner is into… wiener?

    btw, you guys might want to click over to my site… just sayin’.

    Aaron Worthing (73a7ea)

  25. Painted Jaguar: You would be wise to listen to the advice of my kind and ever so patient mummy and forget about armadillos.

    And Patterico would be wise to shift attention to another topic, preferably quicker than an armadillo can run away, or my mummy will not let me stay and play anymore.

    MD in Philly (3d3f72)

  26. Yeah, there’s nothing about this topic that makes you want to conjure up a lot of mental images.

    Again: brrrrrrrrrrrr.

    Patterico (1c6e81)

  27. And somewhere you hear Barney Franks saying “Ewwww!”

    What a country!

    Kevin M (563f77)

  28. If I were Radaronline.com, I would’ve assigned a reporter other than Amber Goodhand to cover this … or maybe not.

    Tragic Christian (2cc0a0)

  29. MD:

    I like the reference.

    Ag80 (1f2371)

  30. Simon Jester: Huma Abedin Weiner was born in the U.S. to Pakistani Moslem parents. Her family has lived in Saudi Arabia since she was two.

    She has been close to Hilary Clinton for years; maybe unnaturally close – IYKWIMAITYD.

    Her marriage to an infidel ought to have been a scandal. Her marriage to a Jew ought to have been explosively outrageous.

    But no one heard of any reaction. Maybe the two of them are each other’s beards. Though Weiner may swing both ways.

    Rich Rostrom (155228)

  31. _____________________________________________

    Maybe the two of them are each other’s beards.

    If so, one of the two beards just gave birth to her and the other beard’s child, a son.

    As for the possibility that Weiner is AC/DC? A guy who likes to talk about his own genital size and that of the size of other guys too? Such a guy may have some homo inclinations? I’m shocked! I’m also stunned because I just heard the Pope is Catholic.

    Sarcasm aside, the reason why the public should keep cases like Weiner and his wife in mind is because they’re textbook examples of the contradictory and complex aspects of human nature, of human sexuality in particular. That’s why the simpleminded propaganda that the left loves to promote (ie, “it’s not a matter of choice!!” or “every person’s whims and fancy must be honored and provided for!”) should be equated with, say, the notion that because every person has a weak side — because just about any and all humans lie, cheat and act lazy on occasion — he or she therefore should be accommodated when it comes to his lying, cheating and laziness.

    Mark (411533)

  32. Who else would take pictures like the ones he took at that congressional gym? Long Live Wienergate! ha

    Also, Aaron Worthing’s site is fascinating lately.

    Noodles (3681c4)

  33. And didn’t Weiner “convert” or something similar?
    — No, Simon. They had an “interfaith” wedding ceremony, but he remains a Jew.

    is Huma no longer in Hillary’s coterie? I hadn’t heard that.
    — No, Mr feets. She is just on maternity leave.

    Icy (800ea2)

  34. Sullivan, Frank and Weiner

    That’s either the name of a law firm OR the most disturbing mental picture imaginable.

    Icy (800ea2)

  35. That there appears to be more than a bit of bisexuality out there, and so when people want to be accommodated for their desire to initiate same-sex marriages, we definitely need another special niche for people who swing both ways.

    Speaking as someone who goes both ways myself, you are overstating the link between bisexuality and polygamy. I hold my faithfulness in a monogamous context more important than most of my straight or gay partners have.

    Despite and because of my orientation, I’d also like to bleach my brain of the concept of any politician in a threeway, bi, straight, or gay.

    gattsuru (992d29)

  36. But was it a threesome threesome?

    Dohbiden (ef98f0)

  37. Um, hypothetically speaking, if you did the ‘pig on a spit’ thing and didn’t even touch the other guy, and maybe even tried not to look at him too often, would that be wrong? Totally hypothetical.

    carlitos (49ef9f)

  38. In my hypothetical, the girl is really hot.

    carlitos (49ef9f)

  39. And it’s totally her idea.

    carlitos (49ef9f)

  40. someone should as Romney he would know

    happyfeet (3c92a1)

  41. *ask* I mean

    happyfeet (3c92a1)

  42. I almost had a wreck laughing, carlitos! Thanks

    JD (5e8dfe)

  43. carlitos – Would it depend which end of the spit you were on?

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  44. The ends are safe, daley.

    carlitos (49ef9f)

  45. It’s the pig what gets poked. Hypothetically. And ‘pig’ is just for illustrative purposes; as one looks back, face of an angel, body of an exotic dancer. I think that Rob Lowe filmed exact thing back in the 80’s on Betamax. Maybe that’s where my hypothetical hot girl got the idea.

    carlitos (49ef9f)

  46. Comment by JD — 12/30/2011 @ 8:21 am

    You will be duly reported to NHTSA, and to Sec. LaHood.

    AD-RtR/OS! (304b67)

  47. you can’t put lipstick on a pig on a spit

    happyfeet (3c92a1)

  48. What? Like women are supposed to like being in a threesome with another woman? Nothankyou

    MayBee (081489)

  49. carlitos – Roller pig! (Matt Dillon, There’s Something About Mary)

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  50. Lying dic pic tweeting Congressman – Pictures were for advertising purposes for adult consensual entertainment.

    Is that wrong?

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  51. Right on, MayBee!

    PatAZ (c65c00)

  52. Despite and because of my orientation, I’d also like to bleach my brain of the concept of any politician in a threeway, bi, straight, or gay.

    — Scariest political three-way evah: Sunstein, Soros, Obama. *SHUDDER!!!*

    Icy (800ea2)

  53. Hugo Chavez, Cindy Sheehan, Sean Penn

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  54. zippy, wookie, larry sinclair

    jhump (721840)

  55. Comment by MD in Philly — 12/29/2011 @ 7:51 pm

    than someone can get away with knowingly false ads trying to affect the course of an election. If anything, such an attempt to defraud the public should be a serious crime, or up for civil action from citizens subjected to the wrongful influence peddling.

    It’s too dangerous to have such laws like that.

    It would benefit the most skillful and intricate liars. And would benefit those with money – who, all other things being equal, are more likely to be liiars – against thiosw who did not.

    It wouldn’t be the right people who would get stopped.

    In the 1940’s, the Communist Party and the Mafia used to regularly sue people for libel.

    In 1920, Charles Ponzi won a libel suit.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Ponzi

    However, when a Boston financial writer suggested there was no way Ponzi could legally deliver such high returns in a short period of time, Ponzi sued for libel and won $500,000 in damages. As libel law in those days placed the burden of proof on the writer and the paper, this effectively neutralised any serious probes into his dealings for some time.

    Then there is “libel tourism” in the United Kingdom, used against anyone who would say bad things about various Arabs:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libel_tourism

    Khalid bin Mahfouz and two members of his family sued Rachel Ehrenfeld, an Israeli-born writer and United States citizen over her 2003 book on terrorist financing, Funding Evil,[7] which asserted that Mahfouz and his family provided financial support to Islamic terrorist groups.

    Libel suits were regularly won in Greece.

    The right to engage in reponsible public discourse should not imply freedom to knowingly lie to deceive the public, at least not by any recognized organization, especially if registered under laws regulating charitable or political interest groups.

    Sammy Finkelman (d3daeb)

  56. Well…looks like Traci Nobles’ credit card bill has come in, and after her meager book sales, she’s broke again.

    Anyone who knows me knows I’m no fan of Weiner (in every sense of the word –*batabing*), but it’s long past time the people who trot out the secrets of famous and/or “important” people for ca$h be called out. Whether it’s Nobles or Ginger White (whose cash was cut off by Herman Cain, but as of now hasn’t cashed in on her notoriety), if they’re going to point their fingers and say “He’s an adulterer!” they ought to either openly admit “I’m a golddigging tramp!” or face the question of why they aren’t from those who cover them.

    Everything else I have to say about Nobles I’ve said here.

    L.N. Smithee (dfcddb)

  57. There are several questions here:

    1) Is Traci Nobles telling the truth – that is did Weiner send such a message

    2) If he did, did Weiner mean what he said, or was he just trying to stay in contact?

    3) Did Weiner ever actually do anything like that?

    Ted Kennedy is said to have done that with Chris Dodd and a waitress. (one used one entrance and one used the other)

    Sammy Finkelman (d3daeb)

  58. L.N., I guess if she had Gloria Allred representing her, it’d be offical that her intention was for clarification regarding the relationship with the Wenis

    jhump (721840)

  59. If Barney Frank was involved, Huma would have a ready wet-nurse.

    Brother Bradley J. Fikes, C.O.R. (01eabf)

  60. “And would benefit those with money – who, all other things being equal, are more likely to be liiars – against thiosw who did not.”

    Sammy – Interesting conclusion. Why do you believe that those with money are a priori more likely to be liars?

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  61. Sammy, I understand your point in general and any attempt to police ‘wrong” speech is subject to abuse…

    but there has to be a way to make it better than it is today.

    I know someone whose life has been made hell by a SLAPP suit that has no merit, but the person bringing it has the money to pursue it.

    And with Walker there was an ad, perhaps funded by a public employees union, that was readily shown to be false.

    Those are two injustices, inhibiting freedom of speech when it should not be allowed, and hiding behind freedom of speech when it should not be allowed.

    To be independently wealthy and a lawyer who can take cases completely on principle whether client can pay or not…

    [note: released from moderation. –Stashiu]

    MD in Philly (3d3f72)

  62. OWS went after congress?

    Sign of brain functioning after all?

    Dohbiden (ef98f0)

  63. Reid—Albright—Laughtenberg

    Puts a whole new wrinkle on it!

    Colonel Haiku (c26934)

  64. Ageist Alert – Aisle 63!

    AD-RtR/OS! (304b67)

  65. weiner frank sammich
    and pelosi looked surprised?
    but she always does

    Colonel Haiku (c26934)

  66. Thanks Stashiu for “releasing” me.

    What did I do, use the h word? I reserve its use for appropriate occasions, of which this was one.

    MD in Philly (3d3f72)

  67. Not sure, but I don’t think it was the “hell” because then I’d be forced to release every comment that said hello. 😉

    Stashiu3 (601b7d)

  68. Maybe it flags “public employees un-io-n”

    MD in Philly (3d3f72)

  69. A couple of things, are interesting about libel tourism, fiction seems to be the only get around
    it, re Goldeneye, and the Liensk Cossack betrayal
    that motivates the villain, also two of Silva’s novels about the Saudi connection to AQ,

    narciso (87e966)

  70. Weiner can go eff Charles Johnson sideways bytch.

    Dohbiden (ef98f0)

  71. Ewww.

    Just… EWWWW.

    Smock Puppet, Noted Quipper of Sniglets (8e2a3d)


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