a blog by La Kifo
A love letter written by JFK (John F. Kennedy, 35th president) for longtime family friend Mary Pinchot was sold at a Boston auction to an anymous seller for a ridiculous amount nearing $89,000.
Calling them love letters might be giving the deceased 35th president a bit too much credit. They are the time equivalent of a "You up?" text.
Don't hate the playah, hate the game. By now, we should all know JFK was a sneaky little snake making his way into any women crevice he could find. That is just how some people are.
What I'm really wondering is who bought these letters and why? It could entirely be some boring explanation of the preservation of history and that everything has historical value. No one wants to hear that. I don't even think that is the case here, it has to be some 60+ year old women whose Sunday afternoons were spent in the bathtub with some candles and a full magazine spread of JFK. After awhile though, things get stale and being a rich elderly, she dropped serious cash so she could clear the pipes efficiently.
It's normal people, what else do old people do? Just sit down and wait to die? No, retirement homes, elderly care those places throw the best rips. They got the best drugs, the most booze, and the oldest women what else could you ask for?
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