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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The littlest fans

Yet another great HuffPo slide show, "Babies for Obama." A commenter in a recent post accused me of not playing fair by neglecting to show McCain in loving family moments. So in the spirit of fair play, here's a future comedian doing his best McCain impression. If you want to see The Reptile Overlord terrorizing more wee ones, HuffPo has that covered as well.

11 comments:

erin@designcrisis said...

McCain's little tyke is making the same face McCain does when he's confused.

I'm starting to feel bad for Daddy Mac. What's happening? Is the sweet taste of impending victory making me too soft?

karly / design crisis said...

Is it just me or are blogs, by definition supposed to reflect the interests and opinions of their authors. Since when did you need to become unbiased and nonpartisan? I appreciate your reader's interest in McCain, but while she is on your turf, the content up for viewing is 100% up to you.

Camilla @ Designalogue said...

here here to Karly - your blog - your way!

Raina said...

Indeed, Karly. I thought it was a really odd thing to say as well.

It would be like someone leaving a plea on Design Crisis for more French chair and Eiffel Tower tchotchke coverage.

hello gorgeous said...

I smell a baby daddy.

The Nerdy Fashionista said...

yeah you know, funny you mention that, Raina--I was just going to ask the D/C girls, since they are so knowledgeable about art and all, to whip up a post surveying the works of Thomas Kinkade. Please, girls? Also Raina, while we are making reader requests, could you please indulge me in a little Mario Buatta? Kthxbai.

karly / design crisis said...

Well, you're a saint, Raina, for honoring her request. Myself with the Thomas Kinkade and Eiffel Tower tchotchke posts, um, maybe not so much :)

Raina said...

Did I honor it? I was hoping it came across as the slam it was meant to be.

And here's a great quote about the Painter of Light by the inimitable Simon Doonan:

"As far as I’m concerned, inside every Kinkade cottage is a veritable bloodbath, a Pasolini-esque hellhole where—at the very least—children are cannibalized, and Granny Kinkade is fed dead rats by Satan and forced to admit to terrible crimes she never committed."

PutzFrau said...

I choose my blogs like I do my friends.....same interests and opinions as I have myself.

karly / design crisis said...

Oh, yes!!! I would LOVE to write about THAT Kinkade painting, it sounds spectacular

Cristin said...

Reptile Overlord...

You're awesome.