Monday, May 16, 2016

Picture of the Day

Sometimes a picture says it all:


Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

With a dress like that, what part of her did she want anyone else to notice? Gotta love these celebrities... go out to make a splash and get some attention, and then complain about it.

I can't believe I'm standing up for Hillary. I suppose my contempt for celebrities is greater than the contempt I feel for politicians.

Ares Olympus said...

For context, a google reverse image search shows it from 2012.
On October 3, Christina Aguilera was one of a handful of individuals honored at the 11th Annual George McGovern Leadership award ceremony for her role in fighting global hunger.

Former First Lady Hillary Clinton, who previously received this same award, was also part of the ceremony. While honoring Aguilera for her good deeds, different goods seemed to catch her attention.

In this photo, it looks as though the Former First Lady couldn’t help but notice Aguilera’s overwhelming cleavage.

I suppose there's a small chance she was just blinking at that moment.

priss rules said...

Is Hillary really a lesbian? Why did she marry Bill? Or is she Bi?

Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

Ares, you are humorless.

Ares Olympus said...

IAC, when we live with a mass media constantly trying to distort reality for fun and profit, learning how to stay neutral and detached (and humorless?) sounds like a good plan to me.

You could have just said:
Ares, thank you for providing context for the photo.

Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

Ares, you distort reality on a daily basis... and in tremendous volume. You are your own mass media, in terms of mass.

Ares Olympus said...

As I suggested, you could have just said:
Ares, thank you for providing context for the photo.

Anonymous said...

When asked bout that "context" Aguilera stated, Hillary just stared at my boobs."

I'll presume Aguilera knows of what she speaks. Ares? Not so much!

GAHCindy said...

I'm totally straight, but I don't think I could keep my eyes off those, either. They're just right there, ya know? And practically perfect in every way. And real! ;)

Dennis said...

I have to admit I don't think Ares really cares about anything, but himself. It is just his need for attention that matters.
Years ago a liberal and I used to debate each other. We got to know each other's "red flags" and were not above throwing them at each other. At times it really did sound and look like we were going to come to "blows." As happen we came to develop a great deal of respect for each other as we began to notice that we both wanted the same things, but that our approach to a problem solution was different. The competition increased as we both attempted to get the most "letters to the editors" in local and national media outlets. Not to brag, but he was sometime unhappy at the outcome. I can truly say that I was saddened to find that he had died because he had become a good friend.
Ares probably will never give or get respect because he does not understand the essence of honest debate. I try to read Ares once in a while, but it is almost always a poorly written attempt at snark and an attempt to sound intellectual without being intellectual. At some point one has develop their own ideas.

Ignatius Acton Chesterton OCD said...

Right on! Ares is a troll. He is the great critic, the man who is not in the arena. That's why he nips at Stuart's creative contributions, like a hyena. At least he's here to sort out the truth for all of us. In the end, Ares Olympus is largely a destroyer.

This much is clear: Ares and I do not have the same goals. That said, I do admire his courage in standing up to his brother's addiction. I've never forgotten that story.

I just wish he'd come down off his high horse and mingle with all us peasants... you know, the stupid folk.