Chef Angela Dimayuga issues the perfect rejection of Ivanka Trump’s lifestyle brand


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Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/04/18/chef-angela-dimayuga-issues-th.html


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#3

That is the sexiest thing I’ve ever read.


#4

There’s nothing better I could add to that article than the image you posted. Thank you, Chef, for your openness, honesty, and quite frankly the bravery it takes to speak truth to power.


#5

Bravo Chef!


#6

Playing Life on the hardest setting.


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“… how you confidently developed you dynamic food vision and brought it to reality.”

:grimacing:


#8

I would have been too tempted to throw in some zingers:

“Please explain: how do chants of “LOCK HER UP!” and t-shirts that say “Grab Her By The Pussy” empower women?”

“So let’s get this straight: female running a business = OK. Female running for President = bad.”


#9

Righteous!


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“Next on QVC we have 5000 lots of Ivanka Burn Cream.”


#11

Won’t she need all that for herself? :wink:


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Ms. Dimayuga was already getting uncomfortably close to blood corruption, and a lot of Americans​ don’t like that sort of thing. She was wise to stay classy, if you know what I mean.


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That was a great response. I like how she didn’t single-out Ivanka as being the problem but rather the Trump name itself. The Xenophobic Sweet Potato has driven his brand into the ground and has dragged his family with it. I never had a problem with Ivanka or her husband prior to the election; they seem like smart and reasonable people. I don’t have an issue with Melania either, apart from her questionable taste in men. It’s mind-boggling that the dumbest and thinnest-skinned person in that family is the one calling the shots. What will this country (or world for that matter) look like in four years? Will there be anything left?


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I like her response here for sure.

May I suggest that the accompanying picture be changed out for one of Ms. Dimayuga, who is much more deserving of the props and publicity?


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Powerfully compact, profound, and touching all the bases. I’d call that the ‘Gettysburg Address of All Protest Declarations’.


#16

Thinking the same thing here!


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“If you study and work hard, someday you too can become your father’s unpaid assistant!”

#FollowYourDreams


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Nicely put.


#19

And what do her male siblings make doing the same job?


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Yeah, but they’ve got families to support. /s