Today is day two of New York Fashion week with one Alex Wong intern already swan diving off the Brooklyn Bridge, but who can really talk about front row guests and sequins when the onslaught of big government oppression has freedom on the ropes?
Well, maybe some nice stealth wear will come down the runway.
This week was certainly drone week when it was revealed that drones are the Obama Administration’s twenty-first century answer to due process. DARPA’s much loved Argus supposedly has a meager 1.8 billion pixel sight capability that can see the detailing on the duds you dawn from 17,500 ft. in the air. So maybe wearing a little space-age aluminum foil might be a good idea if you think you could’ve ended up on Dear Leader’s kill list. (Hey, we did say his wife has a huge ass. A little caution wouldn’t go aground, right?)
Need a clue? Well, with oil sure to skyrocket along with the body count from the Arab Spring turned Arab Winter, and all of those bike paths mandated by the local adoption of Agenda 21, sorry China, it’s not going to be a Hummer.
Art of course is subjective. Some people can look at a painting and think blasphemy, others can think, “That’s just a giant phallus. What’s the point?” Still others could fall so madly in love with a particular painting that they find themselves forking over large sums of money in order for them to have the piece hanging over their dining room table, so they can study its nuances over a can of Spaghetti O’s.
While PD has brought you some select art pieces before, the Obama Flag, the genius Jon McNaughton, we’re now going to shine the light on Michael D’Antuono’s Truth painting (shown to the left). You know, PD isn’t sure how much truth that really shows.
When you think of mayors that like to play a little dress up at the cost of their constituents of course your mind immediately goes to
Rahm Emanuel Lars Ahlkvist, the Mayor of Sweden’s answer to Derry, Hörby.
In these days of inflation and economic pillow fights, it’s nice to know that a little over half a million krona will still buy a sweet excuse to let out your inner Roman.
Well PDers, we’ve got some bad news for you. Brace yourself. If you dillydallied and didn’t order your Obama Camp’s Our Stripes Flag print when we first presented it to you last week, then you’re out of luck. That’s right; they’ve taken that print off the website. Wah!
Wow, the Obama Campaign Camp sure is artistic. While PD might have been super excited to showcase Jon McNaughton’s work, we have to say the latest prints to hit the Obama merchandise list really scream…
Treason. Poor taste. Sick. Gross. Disturbing. Messianic complex. Ego. Take your pick. The PD staff’s got more.