When your kid says, “Mom, my throat’s sore. I can’t possibly go to school,” and you’re pretty sure the little bastard is just trying to ditch school, whip up a fresh batch of “Mom’s ‘Special’ Recipe Big Pharma Grade” penicillin. Guaranteed sure cure.
It’s the “what if” cover — the image that the New Yorker planned to run if Hillary Clinton had won the 2016 election. … This week, the magazine decided to go public with the illustration….
The image, by French artist Malika Favre, is titled “The First,” and depicts a historic President Hillary Clinton gazing at the moonlight from the would-be viewpoint of the Oval Office. …
“That image brings everything back to me in a flash,” New Yorker art editor Françoise Mouly said. “The night of the election, I was at the office late, hard at work with final retouching on [Favre’s] image. I was focused on the technical details, getting the face just right, and on the layout.”
“I was trying not to tune in the results coming in. I had not prepared anything else,” continues Mouly, who launched a cartoon newspaper called Resist in response to President Donald Trump’s victory. “Eventually the sense of dread that crept among the few colleagues still in the office eventually overwhelmed me, and I left.”
Suck it up Buttercup. Here’s a few more Hillary “Firsts” for you to #Whine about.
Failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton demonstrated on Wednesday one of the ways she dealt with her shocking loss to President Trump in the aftermath of the 2016 election while promoting her new campaign memoir.
“Seems like you’ve been doing a lot of yoga?” CNN’s Anderson Cooper asked during an interview organized as part of Clinton’s What Happened book tour.
“Yes, I have,” Clinton responded. “And alternate nostril breathing.”
Here are a few examples of why Hillary’s life now consists solely of making excuses and alternate nostril breathing. Look.
And if just the thought of Hillary’s ‘alternate nostril breathing’ wasn’t enough to gag you out, Anderson Cooper says, “Gee, Hillary! Can we see? Please? Can we…..?”
Cooper then asked Clinton to show him what the coping mechanism entailed.
“I would highly recommend it,” Clinton started. “You are supposed to shut your eyes — I don’t want to shut my eyes on national television — but you do hold [your nostril] and breathe through one, and you hold it and then you exhale to the other and you keep going.”