Thursday, February 7, 2008

Queer Eye for the commissioner

Yikes! Nazli, girlfriend, you sure don't look like commissioner material. You're making $200,000 a year to harass cartoonists and volunteer groups. This outfit simply will not do.

Throw an awkwardly-fitting blazer over that inappropriate top, and you're halfway professional-looking.


Nazlimares said...

Hey Crapper, this is scary stuff. Now I'm going to have nightmares tonight. Every time I close my eyes I see that face. Yikes!

Sunnyside of Life said...

Does this woman have any idea whatsoever how to dress like an executive?

Fred said...

No, but I heard she serves up a mean cream puff.

one morning in City Hall said...

Kevin: Ok, we have the photographer here taking portraits today. We must update some of the old photos on the website that are very unprofessional. Someone please call Nasty Parvizi please! MB's giving me a hard time for the last disaster. She must be the first one... please call her @#$%^.

Intern: She's coming Kevin...err, here she is.

Kevin: Geeez, Nazli, what are you wearing? That blue low-cut thing will NOT work. Didn't Patti call you in and tell you that you can't wear this shit?

Nazli: Well Mike likes it, he's always looking at it.

Kevin: Believe me Naz, Mike is not looking at you, he digs Patrick. Nazli, here put on my jacket.

Nazli: It doesn't fit and it smells like B.O.

Kevin: Shut up and tilt your head so you don't look like you're on a high school field trip.

Nazli: It doesn't go with my outfit.

Kevin: I gotta get outta here. Call the Parkside.

PANAMA RED said...


Anonymous said...

CRapPER, pLEasE keEp tHIs StUFf CoMing. iT'S bETer tHAn gOIng tO thE mOVIeS.

Anonymous said...

Good thing you have ridiculously large hips to distract from your ridiculously large ears.

Good thing you have ridiculously large ears to distract from your ridiculously large hips.

attn: one morning in city hall said...

that's probably exactly what happened.

Anonymous said...

I'd like to thank the Forum West for putting this do-nothing on their front cover and pretty much forcing her to take another photo.

ken said...

and of course, before standing alongside of the orange New York flag she inspected the drawing on it to be sure that there were no "objectionable elements" featured in it.

Anonymous said...

Hell, for $200,000 a year
I'd pucker up and report eager to give lip service!

Anonymous said...

What percentage, do you suppose, of my taxes
goes into paying this bimbo's salary ? !!!

You'd better consider dumping her Mayor Mike,
(heh, heh, heh) unless, of course, you're humping her!

Anonymous said...

Ah, the Archie Bunkers are out in full force on this one! Jealous are you?

Anonymous said...

Yes, we are so jealous of that wardrobe. She can afford to shop on Madison Avenue and instead she looks like she rummaged through the piles at the Salvation Army.

Anonymous said...

More biased selective censorship of comments by Queens Crap. This blog has devolved to gutter levels.

Queens Crapper said... <--- IP address from where these pro-Bloomberg comments are generating. Nice how city workers waste their time and our money, eh?

Anonymous said...

I have nothing to do with Bloomberg or city government. Tell me, what is the point of this post, other than to attack someone you don't like in a juvenile way? How old are you?

Sunnyside of Life said...

Jennifer Manley has nothing to do.

Anonymous said...

Be afraid Bloomberg trolls. Be very afraid. The Archies are coming to get you and ship you back to Wisconsin, or Ioaw, or whatever loser midwestern area you came from.

Sipowitz said...

That's right. You only know what Queens and NY is all about from All in the FAmily, LAw and ORder, NYPD BLue.

Anonymous said...

Ah, the Archie Bunkers are out in full force on this one! Jealous are you?


Mr, you made a big mistake there. You don't call Asians chinks, blacks Sambos, and Queensites Archie Bunkers.

That was an image put on us by not by anyone from Queens, but television.

As a matter of fact, as Amos n Andy is all but banned from TV for perpetulating sterotypes, so should be All in the Family.

Suggest if you persist, the moderator ban you.

Anonymous said...

I have nothing to do with Bloomberg or city government. Tell me, what is the point of this post, other than to attack someone you don't like in a juvenile way? How old are you?


When someone steps on to a public stage, and is in our employ, and is unqualified for their job, and bullshits us who pay the ticket, then they will be hit by verbal tomatos.

An ol American tradtion.

Anonymous said...

Nazli dresses the way she treats community groups - rather shittily.

Anonymous said...

Hey why not ban the troll the way Nazli banned government services to western Queens when she didn't like what was written?

Queens Crapper said...

Because that would mean I have sunk to her level and I won't do that. Besides, it's fun to bat the Bloomberg trolls around who can't stand dissent.

Anonymous said...

Queens Crapper does censor comments. Make a racist comment about Helen Marshall, Crapper will post it right away. Make an intelligent comment disagreeing or criticizing Crapper's opinion, you have a 50% chance that the Crapper will not post it.

Queens Crapper said...

No I tend to censor derogatory comments made about non-elected officials, things that are way off topic, blatantly racist remarks, and the tired old clubhouse (aka "intelligent") talk that gets posted over and over by the hacks at City Hall. I think my readers appreciate this service that I offer.

Parvizi's qualifications: said...


Name: Nazli Parvisi

Born: Tehran, Iran 1978

Professional Experience: Caterer, Night Kitchen

• NYC Commissioner: Mayor's Community Affairs Unit

• Executive Director of the Mayor's Volunteer Center

• Program Assistant at the Social Science Research Council, working for the Program on Philanthropy and the Program on the Middle East and Central Asia.

• Worked on Mike Bloomberg's 2001 Mayoral Campaign

• Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from Barnard College

My own volunteer interests include working with young students in public schools and educating them on food and nutrition.

Why I Become a Caterer:
I got into catering because I love mayo, Wonderbread, fast food, and all that nasty stuff.
And if the Food Network is interested in having me host a show, they should call 311 right away to get in touch with me.
Despite my weakness for the mayo and the Wonderbread (Hellman’s only, by the way), the Iranian in me eschews anything processed and store-made.

Why I work for the City of New York:
I wouldn’t work for anyone but Mayor Bloomberg -- where he goes, I go. I’m not big on cults of personality nor do I easily place my trust in other people. With the Mayor, I took the job and thought I’d give it a chance and make my own decisions about what this Mayor represented and how he ran his administration. I’m still here which tells you something.

Anonymous said...

It appears that Bloated Boy See-Mean-O & Pinky the Rapist are in the building.

Hey Crapper, maybe you can give them their own post called: "Pinky and the Brain-less."

Anonymous said...

Crappy does a great job running this blog. Just stop and think for a moment how difficult running a popular blog like this has got to be. And on top of everything else he and his staff do it for free and anonymously, too, testifying to the fact that they do what they do because they really care about Queens. Admirable fellows, they.

Tweed said...

Turnover in housing stock and population is good. Those who love where they live must die. We cannot harbor threats to my incumbancy.

Taxpayer said...

Her bovine eyes are so appealing.

For someone with an IQ approaching or exceeding 80 or so, she probably entrances Bloomberg with her scintillating wit. He needs to be surrounded by her ilk.

As an Iranian, she appreciates how this Commissar views the lowly status of women.

Speaking of "status" what's happening with the several dozen sexual harassment lawsuits against this political genius? How much does he differ from Pinky Gallagher?

Anonymous said...

Disband the CAU,
and think of all the money that NYC can save.

It's a phony department that's been set set up
for the sole purpose of dispensing placebos
to the general electorate of NYC,
thus fostering a form of drug induced delusion
that the mayor and the local clubhouses
are listening to them !

Anonymous said...

The bottom line is
Natzli is clearly UNQUALIFIED
for the salary she's (not) earning.

Cut her pay by two thirds and watch her take a walk.

There's nothing "personal" in that.

It's only good business!

Anonymous said...

Like they say,
your barber hears a lot of things
while he's innocuously cutting hair.

Natzli probably been a party to
hearing a lot of private poop
regarding government "goings on",
garnered while she was serving up
potato puffs at many of her catering gigs.

Maybe she blackmailed "hizzoner" into
appointing her to such a "cushy" job.

Anonymous said...

I cant believe there are so many comments on the way she looks. Pathetic. I am sure you all dress in Armani Suits and look fantastic in every photo you take. Grow up people...Just because you don't like the job she is doing... no reason to resort to childish insults.

Anonymous said...

Let's just say that her choice in clothes for her official portrait makes one wonder what other poor choices she makes on a daily basis.

wiki-pedia said...

It's called political satire.

FYI:Political satire is a sub-genre of general satire that specializes in gaining entertainment from politics, politicians, and public affairs. It has also been used with subversive intent where political speech and dissent are forbidden by a regime, as a method of advancing political arguments where such arguments are expressly forbidden.

Political satire is usually distinguished from political protest or political dissent, as it does not necessarily carry an agenda nor seek to influence the political process. While occasionally it can, it more commonly aims simply to provide entertainment. By its very nature, it rarely offers a constructive view in itself; when it is used as part of protest or dissent, it tends to simply establish the error of matters rather than provide solutions.

Pants Suit said...

"I cant believe there are so many comments on the way she looks. Pathetic. I am sure you all dress in Armani Suits and look fantastic in every photo you take. Grow up people...Just because you don't like the job she is doing... no reason to resort to childish insults."

I used to work at city hall and even the interns would dress more professionally than this woman. She is the head of her unit, and this is an official photo for the public. She obviously has the mentality of a child to not know what the appropriate attire for a woman(tween) in her position is. Obviously it shows what an insecure and neurotic little man Mr. Bloomberg is, appointing nothing but empty suits and know nothings so as not to rock the boat or possibly outshine him. Who ever licks his boot the best gets the prize.

inside out said...

Believe me, I know this woman Nazli Parvizi, she is TOTALLY unqualified for that job. Just google her and read her interviews. She is out of touch and really more like a 30-year old teenager. VERY IMMATURE. It's embarrassing.

Look what she did with the 9/11 families (the administration knows all too well) and the letter she sent to that Queens civic group.
That group could've made it a much bigger issue and caused the administration a lot of grief.

City Hall should put a muzzle on her.

Anonymous said...

City Hall should send her back to the catering industry.

BTW, that is a mess... unprofessional and moronic, just like the CAU Commissioner.

Anonymous said...

It looks like Midget/Mayor Bloomberg
quickly threw his jacket over Natzli's shoulders
for the sake of modesty.

Natzli, you're supposed to conduct yourself
as befits an an NYC commissioner
not a barmaid at some waterfront gin mill!

Quick, freshen up your lipstick.

It's quitting time
and the dockworkers just walked in!

You'd better pour those drinks fast
and serve 'em up some "smiles"
if you want the boss to keep you on.