Editor's note: In a stellar coup (no pun intended) of investigative journalism, Steve's Word has secured a copy of an instant message conversation between Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, recently reelected President of Iran, and Hugo Chavez, President of Venezuela, just after the former was reelected in an election being disputed in some circles. You very rarely get this sort of unfiltered look into the dialogue between two world leaders, both of whom had no idea that this conversation would ever be seen by the public, and we are in eternal debt to our contact who braved life and limb to bring this to light. In it, Ahmadinejad, "MadMoud69," and Chavez, "Speidi4Eva," are seen as they truly are; two public figures caught without their handlers, advisers or aides. Be warned, some might consider this potentially explosive stuff.
This election cycle has revealed many trends. Apparently, as Hilary Clinton and Cindy McCain have shown us, you can spend $3,000 on a pantsuit. I guess Anne Taylor Loft simply doesn't cut it any more. Sorry, ATL. Back to the mall with you. Another fabulous trend is that Main Street is the hottest place to be.
Hello Stevesword, Kate Hawthorne here, offering my reflections on the DNC. I hit the RNC too, but thanks to some beloved politicos, that's been covered, leaving me the chance to give you a more personal take on the DNC. Because sometimes to really believe something, you have to see it for yourself.
My experience at the DNC consisted of
What started as a fashion statement quickly became an imminent danger. What was once a trend turned into something much more. What used to be just an image is now a cry for help.
All throughout the Hipster World of Brooklyn’s many neighborhoods and Manhattan’s Lower East Side and Omaha’s Main Drag, men walk around with skinny jeans. Very, very skinny jeans. Skin tight, sometimes. But has anyone stopped and really looked at the situation? Has anyone seen the mounting danger?
It’s no secret that Ugg boots have recently surpassed Kangaroo burgers as Australia’s number one export. According to a recent study, 1 in 3 urban dwelling women own a pair and the numbers are steadily increasing.
Come on, Eldrick.