He writes about a young woman in Ojai, California, nicknamed the Pastie Lady.
Fischer, who makes sure he posted the pictures of the young lady, but forgets the link to the article, writes this in his intro to the story (the adolescent emphasis is his, not mine):
Authorities are looking into the possibility of public indecency charges and have assigned some lucky devil to examine the case.
Now if she'd just stand on the corner of 76th and Rawson on a warm Saturday morning or afternoon advertising a car wash or carryout pizza, there'd be no problem!
I'm sure the young lady would love to have a fella like Fischer coming over to ogle her while he drooling on his shirt. But if that thought wasn't enough to keep her away from Milwaukee, Fischer also enjoys a little sophomoric banter with his good buddy, Fred Keller. (Keller, for the unfamiliar, is some nut who can't tell his left from his right.):
And just think, this is the guy that tells us how we are supposed to live and admonishes people for not being good Christians.
The questions still remains: Why does Mary Lazich keep him? Why does WISN still keep him? Why does PBS still keep him? Why does the town of Franklin still keep him?