Saturday, February 14, 2009

Talk about funny Valentines!

I don't know when City Hall became People Magazine, but here goes:

The 30 Most Beautiful People in New York Politics



When you choose an inappropriately attired bike lane nut and a former Queens Trib hack with an Alfalfa problem to represent "beautiful" people in politics, you're stretching things a bit.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ah, any chance to bash the DOT, right crapper? Where were you in the bad old days, when the DOT actually did suck?

Anonymous said...

And the current DOT does not suck?

(he he he)

georgetheatheist said...

The whole bunch look like they're from the Night of the Living Dead.

["Quick! Get the shovels and slam the door")

Taxpayer said...

No byline. That makes me wonder who wrote these blurbs.

So I'm allowed to guess: each pretty boy or girl wrote the blurb or had an ambitious staffer write it.

Anonymous said...

What has anyone of these bums accompished AS FAR AS I CAN TELL IS BEING ON THE PUBLIC TIT!

georgetheatheist said...

Use "teat". It's more polite.

Kevin Walsh said...

Mini skirts must be practical when riding a bike.

I would, of course, not know.

www.forgotten-ny.com

Kevin Walsh said...

Ah, and when is physical attractiveness a pre-requisite for worthiness in government?

(I'm just jealous).

www.forgotten-ny.com

Anonymous said...

Shams Tarek??!! HUH?

Ari Lloyd said...

Shams Tarek looks a little like Lloyd from Entourage. Shams works for Gennaro? Wow, what an appropriate name... Shams.

Anonymous said...

Typical well-connected self-important policy wonks.

They interned for some office holder, became their chief-of-staffs, then became candidates, then became office holders.

Insiders helping insiders.