Monday, October 18, 2004


Fenster Moop, an honorary Blowhard blowing over at 2Blowhards, has figured out what the shadow floating over the American Flag in latest cover of The New Yorker is:
the outline of a figure from the Abu Ghraib prison photos!
Having deciphered the code, he concludes the cover is trite: "If it is trying to be witty, it fails."

So what would be a more profound image to use? Remember, this is The New Yorker's Politics issue. Is the Twin Towers too obvious or is it just right? We're taking suggestions at myspitbull -at- yahoo.


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