March 2, 2006

How Do People See You?

Posted in Uncategorized at 10:59 pm by thelawthoughts

This piece is also interesting. It was written a long time ago and is not legally relevant, but discusses Dick Cheney and the perceptions he created with his dress on the 60th anniversary of the Auschwitz collapse.

These things matter.

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4 Comments »

  1. Blogic said,

    I remember seeing that footage on the news over a year ago and commenting on how inappropriate Cheney seemed. One would have thought he might have advisors on that sort of thing.

    Why, it’s nearly as inappropriate as a recent Age headline, ‘Bid to extend Irving’s kampf’. But that’s another rant entirely.

  2. I am sure he has advisors, I just don’t think he cares very much.

    Apologies for the outdated content on that one, I had over 3000 clippings in my newsreader, which I have got down to 940 (yay!). However, I put that up because even though it’s old, it is still very relevant!!

  3. Did anyone stop to consider that perhaps Cheney’s attire has something to do with the fact that he has a very bad heart.

    Just throwing this out there but my understanding is that being very cold is not good for someone who has had several heart attacks.

    I could be wrong just a thought thats all.

  4. Right you are and the article recognises his bad heard. But there are other ways of dressing to keep warm without looking tacky. I’m sure he has nice jackets which look more respectable at a death camp. And as the article says, everybody else is cold too, but they aren’t wearing ski beanies.


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