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Happy Hillary

Monday, August 20th, 2012

The following rant represents only Mr. Yanover’s opinion and does not in any way reflect anything but Mr. Yanover’s opinion. In fact, anything written by Mr. Yanover reflects his own opinion, which a surprisingly small number of other people endorse, including several members of Mr. Yanover’s own family.

Just thought you’d like to know. Now the rant:

This is a State department official image of Secretary Clinton being greeted by Beninses senior government officials upon her arrival in Cotonou, Benin.

It’s a picture of Happy Hillary.

There are three Hillary faces.

Happy Hillary – more or less what you see here.

Tearful Hillary – I’ll never forget that amazing clip after she lost Iowa.

Firm, official Hillary. That’s with the librarian’s bun thing.

I know all of the above is, essentially, sexist, because I would never write something about President Obama’s librarian’s bun. Or Mitt Romney’s librarian’s bun. Although, to be honest, I’m sure if an adviser told Romeny he could win Washington State by sporting a librarian’s bun, he’d grow one.

There’s a new TV show called “Political Animals,” in which Sigourney Weaver plays a Hillary type VP who decides, after her president’s first term in office, to run against him.

I would probably vote for Sigourney Weaver, but not for Hillary. She was my senator in New York State and I couldn’t make myself vote for her.

For me it was the Sura Arafat kiss. You don’t kiss Sura Arafat and tell me you’re on my side.

Heck, I’d rather vote for Sigourney Weaver’s alien…

Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Noah Robbins at the Museum of Jewish Heritage April 3

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

The Flea Theater will present a reading of “The Vandal” by Hamish Linklate (best known as Matthew in the CBS sitcom The New Adventures of Old Christine) on April 3 at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, with Golden Globe winners Sigourney Weaver and Alan Rickman and Outer Critics Circle nominee Noah Robbins.

“The Vandal” is set on a frozen night in Kingston, New York, where a woman (Weaver) who’s lost everything tags her name on Death’s door.

Linklater told Playbill magazine that “the play is about how we live and the stories we tell ourselves when we’re haunted by the people we’ve loved and lost.”

For more information visit www.theflea.org.

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