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2017: Gold Decadence

2017: Gold Decadence

While the Ramallah catwalks are embracing the recycled look with duds made from old newspapers...

Memory Lane Monday: Lagerfeld on Merkel

Memory Lane Monday: Lagerfeld on Merkel

The Outraged Class has forgotten about Donna Karan’s tips on risqué fashion, in favor of putting...

Genius Idea: Cancel Gone With the Wind

Genius Idea: Cancel Gone With the Wind

Since our PD Book Club pick for the this month is To Kill a Mocking Bird, our staff felt that we...

EU: Greek Yogurt Can Only Be Greek

EU: Greek Yogurt Can Only Be Greek

In the off chance you were lamenting last year’s Brexit Vote, just know that Britain’s leaving in...

With Love From Bulgaria

With Love From Bulgaria

Sure, Zimbabwe’s in the middle of a military coup-non-coup, but have you checked your mail...

Tis the Pumpkin Season

PD has a lot of pumpkin tricks to offer.Tis the season for pumpkin everything. Pumpkin manicures, pumpkin lattes, pumpkin body butter, pumpkin face masks, pumpkin bread, the Great Pumpkin, pumpkin tarts, pumpkin, pumpkin, pumpkin. Are you in the market for a twist on the traditional jack-o-lantern on your porch step? Well, as always PD’s got you covered.

Neon On or Better Kept Off?

Neon on? Try some of these looks.Greek for “new one,” the use of neon coloration on clothes and jewelry was really a byproduct of the late 1980’s and early 1990’s club scenes, but actual neon got its Periodic Table start in the late 1800’s. Sir William Ramsey most likely didn’t imagine that a hundred years down the road retailers would be trying to peddle off his discovery onto members of the Peter Pan generation, but then again, I’m sure Benjamin Franklin never really saw Ben Bernanke coming either.

Being strict the libertarians we are, PD doesn’t like to think of anything having rules that should be abided by to prevent fashion suicide. (Please note the lovely word play.) Unfortunately summer neon is just one of those exceptions.

Let’s call them guidelines instead of rules.

Gangnam Style: How To

Gangnam Style!PDers it’s been one hell of a long week.

The US Energy Department is “unable to locate” half a million dollars, and now Progressives are testing the idea of a War on Summer, as our kids are supposedly too stupid and fat for frolicking in the sun. A pic of Anthony Weiner’s wiener was part of the front page header. We learned that Arab businessmen are buying temporary summer brides. We found a few needles in our turkey sandwiches, putting us officially off airplane food, no matter how hungry we might get in the future. To add further insult to our injury, flashy flash mobs took over the Jacksonville Walmart.

Yes, we admit it, we all live in a very depressing time, which is sometimes made even more disheartening by the information you find here. We get it. PD feels your pain. Really. Do you think that Weiner article just wrote itself? (That unfortunate contributor is now filing for workmen’s comp.) To make up for that, PD’s top Editor-in-Chief (you know the one that is going to take the fall for all of us when it’s Work and Reeducation Camp time) wanted to leave you guys with a happier spin on things.

Debate Etiquette 101

Meeting of the minds.Were you glued to the Youtube screen last weekend when the video surfaced of Jordanian MP Mohammed Shawabka going all Mid-East meets Wild West on a live television debate? No? You weren’t? You haven’t seen it? Then put those nuke codes to the side, tell Jackie she can finish the Smither’s account herself (she really wants to anyway, be nice and throw her that bone), and jack your HP speakers up. It’s time for Debate Etiquette 101.

Putin the World's Tick

Putin the Tick.It’s summer, which means that with the added heat taxpayer’s get a more irritable. Seeing constant construction in D.C., and reading about Putin locking up another punk protester girlie band, while wrestling a tiger, just starts to get old.

PD feels your frustration (boy, do we), so we’ve decided it’s time to offer you our special, patented Tick Removal Trick.


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