“Attorney General John Ashcroft objected to the semi-nude female statue in the Justice Department building’s Great Hall. He didn’t like being photographed at events in the Great Hall with the statue’s exposed aluminum breast in the background. The statue’s title is Spirit of Justice, though it’s colloquially known as “Minnie Lou.” According to Beverley Lumpkin, some news photographers make a point of angling their shots to get that particular statue in frame.”
Daze Reader: “All about sex, culture, technology, art, politics, gossip, ideas, drugs & rock & roll … but mostly sex.” Couldn’t find permalinks; you’ll find this particular entry under Sunday, January 27, 2002. I found this particular blog in Le Sofa’s linklist.