Louise Linton's fashion tips for poors


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/08/23/louise-lintons-fashion-tips.html


#2

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#3

Suddenly, this brings to mind those folks who looked down from their balcony at Occupy Wall Street and toasted them with champagne.


#4

Please explain this poster and the significance of the backward flag.


#5

Sorry, bedtime for me, 4:30 comes early.

Maybe this will help my case…


#6

“First, that fez-and-vest combo is much too ‘third-century.’ ­
And these patches; what are we trying to say? Beggar? No. Let’s work with me here.”


#7

I’m imagining how the courtship must have sounded to her…for example, the first date.

"Blah, blah blah blah blah blah Secretary of Treasure, blah blah blah.

“Oooh, I’m in!”


#8

Pretty much. The Goldman and “Forclosure King” money helped, too. The guy’s worth several hundred million. And is a crook. Sorry, job creator.
And I guess marrying the guy a month or so ago makes her a job creator, too, as upposed to a glorified house frau.


#9

You had me at “Secretary of the Treasury.”


#10

Nono i get that this person’s a scumbag. I’m more ‘what does backwards flag mean?’ I know upside down flag, but not backward.


#11

I think I actually like parody Linton better than the real thing…

Coincidentally, only just today I saw this, explaining why the US flag is backwards on uniforms and aircraft, but I don’t think this is it:


#12

fashion tips for poors

Poor, in this case, means anybody unable to afford a private jet.


#13

It’s weird, but the outfit just kinda looks like something my grandma would’ve worn (not the crazy heels), but her hair would be up in a perm with the scarf over it and she would have bought it all at Sears.

How is this the party of the white working class?


#14

McSweeney’s was so much more compelling when it didn’t seem to be a gushing fountain of blackest humor. These days it seems like, “here’s a slightly exaggerated version of the latest political outrage, haha we’re so screwed”, over and over again. But I suppose that’s just the times we live in.


#15

The swamp has been DRAINED!

Rejoice, all.


#16

“if the choice was yours” is the crux, isn’t it?


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