Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Vanity Fair Spoofs the New Yorker

The jocks of the glossy magazine world have spoofed the nerds. Conde Nast's Vanity Fair has posted a mock cover showing Sen. John McCain dapping his wife Cindy, who cradles an armful of prescription drug bottles. A portrait of George W. Bush hangs in the background of their fictional "house." McCain is shown resting on a walker.

Wait, that's supposed to be a joke?
And that paragraph had way too many typos for a short news story.


  1. The New Yorker cover satirized how many of Obama's critics view him, and this cover does the same to McCain.

  2. I know, I was joking ABOUT the joke, saying McCain actually is that old (though that was me being sarcastic).

  3. :) Sarcasm is the key to great blogging.


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