No...actually this was my original name. But hey, who cares about facts...
I don't have an "M.O." I do find it amusing though when a middle aged woman uses ghetto youth slang. So I laughed about it. Because it was funny.
Anyway the real issue here is whether or not Morrissey is a misogynist.
I'd go with "no" because misogyny is an overall way of looking at women that permeates one's entire outlook and just about every processing of every encounter. I'd hardly say that's the case with Morrissey given his ceaseless heralding of feminist authors and artists over the years, as well as his adaptation of, or at least flirtation with, feminine ideologies, particularly during his rise to fame.
Saying some vaguely caustic shit in a book about broads does not make him a misogynist. How does he treat women? What's his overall track record? That's more important.
Agree. But it is so fun to take an idea and run with it. You know how that is, don't you?
I don't lose sleep over Moz's views.