Monday, July 14, 2008

New Yorker Magazine

Nope, I didn't photo shop it. It's the real cover for this week. Hehehe! Go read about the hubub over at Politico. The author of the article in the New Yorker was interviewed on NPR's Fresh Air today and it was very interesting. Audio can be found here.


BillT said...

Want a bigger chuckle?

That's a Hindu-style turban. A Muslim wears a more rounded style...

BostonMaggie said...

Leave it to you!

BillT said...

Geez, ya try to culture some culture about culture around here and get snarked for your troubles.

BTW, Michelle's combat boots are Red Chinese knockoffs of the pseudo-Korean War vintage Cochrans that Taiwan used to make for sale in the Subic Bay PX in the 1960's that gullible sailors used to buy for --

*Now* what?

BostonMaggie said...

"*Now* what?"

My Darling Chief,

I love you. I want you. I have my passport ready and I am coming there to slip inside your sleeping bag or cot or whatever you are in.

BillT said...

You got a visa for *Iraq*?

*scratching head trying to figure out how you'd slip inside a cot*

BostonMaggie said...

I am Princess Crabby. Or to quote Blackhawk "the Empress of La Moata, she who has no equal, Princesa Malhumorada, Maggie.

Do you imagine State would say "No" to me? Of course not, silly Chief!

As far as "slipping inside the cot"'s a colloquialism.....don't worry.....I'll communicate plainly enough once I am there.