Friday, October 30, 2009

A Thousand Wordsworth

Blame Susan, in the comments to "A Kitten Quandry." If she hadn't mentioned it, you can bet the next bubble that I wouldn't have heard of it, looked for it, or made it available here.

Also bet that I haven't looked at it yet, & may never. I can tell you that cokehead Kudlow goes to Ms. McArdle for the opening; if you want to see & hear, you can get a glimpse & bail before the other wankers (from the American Enterprise Institute & the usual suspects) start, & before the application of knitting needles to eye-balls & ear-drums seems a viable alternative to continued viewing & listening.

Commenters please note: This site does not discriminate on the basis of physical appearance. Please avoid any comments about how odd/butchy anyone looks (Has she given up already now that she's latched onto a husband? Or did the make-up person tell her she'd look good that way? Dirty filthy creative types: They're all unionized socialists!) the color of anyone's lipstick, & Kudlow's elitist white collar & cuffs & flag lapel pin (Is he so fucking stupid/brain-damaged by the blow he no longer even knows which fucking country he's in, for tax evasion purposes?). Thank you.

9 comments:

Ken Houghton said...

After that exclusion list, the only thing left to do would be to listen to the video, which I believe is a violation of the Eighth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

Clever Pseudonym said...

I don't think she looks that bad, though why any woman would deliberately choose to flush her complexion out by putting on a neutral shade of lipstick is beyond me. She would have looked better if she didn't wear any at all. I know dressing down is essential for a woman when she wants to be taken seriously on an intellectual level, but you don't have to make yourself completely drab either. Megan's quite pretty; it's probably a part of why she's gotten where she is. She should work it more.

That being said, shorter Megan: huge amounts of debt are bad and if ours continues to grow, we won't be able to buy stuff. Cracking insight.

Mr. Wonderful said...

Clever pseud pre-empted me (again). MM's dressing-down is self-defeating. She's not (physically) unattractive, so why not, as Zero Mostel said, FLAUNT IT, BABY.

Unless she thinks this severe, no-glam look makes her look serious and professional. That's sad.

When you torture your hair and use mime-worthy makeup just to impress the grown-ups, the terrorists win.

Macademic said...

At least she compared California and New York to France. I have been very very concerned™ about this.

NutellaonToast said...

I think she looks a lot better than she has in all of the other videos of which we've taken a peek. Almost normal. Given my level of bias, I'm guessing anyone else would say she did look normal.

NutellaonToast said...

Oh, also, who is this M. Bouffant character :) Welcome back. We've been suffering heavy losses since you went AWOL.

M. Bouffant said...

Just been so disgusted, & unable to deal w/ MM on an econ basis. Plus illin' for a couple wks.

(Cold. Any ache, or a slight fever, & we we were sure it was H1N1.)

Mark said...

But can we make fun of the ridiculous mall rat speech patterns in her opening moments? She loses it after a minute or so, but get a load of those question mark inflections at the end of every sentence.

M. Bouffant said...

Good ear, Mark. Noticed myself, but why pile on & deprive others of fun?

Not sure I've ever heard her "Valley Girl" (dating myself, it's "mall rat" now, right?) that pronouncedly before.