ABC News, for yet another segment on black women's relationship woes, somehow managed to find a black chick who's a judge, an NFL cheerleader, and who, like Sandra Rose and Necole Bitchie, drives a Mercedes (the lonely black woman's transportation of choice), and yet, at "31," she's never been married.
It makes you wonder if some producer at ABC, like that guy Al Pacino played in The Insider, purposely ordered his staff to find the most ostensibly desirable desperate black woman possible, and that's what they came up with.
I can see their reasoning: Guys like to waste a shedload of time watching football. Women can't stand that shit. This woman pretends to enjoy football for a living. She probably makes a lot of money as a judge, so at the very least you wouldn't have to sweat her hitting you up for money. I doubt she'd be willing to break a man off some of that, but if you're a guy, and you've already got a woman, you don't really need money as much anyway. My father still has shoes that date back to when I was in grade school, and it's not like he can't afford new ones.
But I think ABC News underestimated the role that physical attraction plays in a man's thought process. The woman in this segment, like the woman in that Washington Post story, is just alright-looking. She's got a good job, but so do fat white women, who are a lot more understanding of a man's needs. Honestly, I'd be a lot more concerned if one of the WSHH cam hoo-ers couldn't find a man. I'd be on the phone with Al Sharpton and/or the guy who does their casting.