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Sunday, December 9, 2007

Cleavage and pants

Posted By on Sun, Dec 9, 2007 at 5:02 PM

The Washington Post has a famously catty writer, Robin Givhan, who applies her eye to the appearance of public officials and does a little psychoanalysis based on same. Recently, she made much of Hillary Clinton's cleavage. Today she's back, with an A-section piece on Hillary's preference for pant suits.

Two observations: 1) this is some silly s***. 2) good thing I'm not likely to come under Ms. Givhan's steely gaze. It'd be ugly.

Here's a photo of Robin Givhan, FYI, being awarded a Pulitzer Prize.

 

 

 

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