“I myself don’t want folks to know that I have ordered up ‘Debbie Does Dallas.’ I may not mind if they know that I ordered up ‘J. Edgar.’ But I don’t want them to know that I ordered ‘Good Girls Gone Bad.’”
— Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) bravely offering himself up Tuesday as an example (strictly hypothetical. . . we think?) to illustrate his opposition to a bill that would allow companies like Netflix to share customer’s movie selections on their Facebook pages. The House passed the bill, however.
see video. . .
Read earlier: Hank Johnson’s limp microphone joke, 12/16/09