Jonathan Evans

Do not trust this man

Pope Candidate Axed Over Trashy Facebook Photos

thesigother:

newyorker:

VATICAN CITY (The Borowitz Report)—The brave new world of social media torpedoed the chances of a leading papal candidate today, as a Dutch cardinal struggled to explain newly surfaced Facebook photos showing him on a 2007 spring-break romp in Tampa. Continue reading: http://nyr.kr/ZDjV5P

A cautionary tale for all you prospective Popes.

“If you’re serious about becoming Pope, look at every single photo you’ve posted on Facebook and Instagram,” Mr. Klugian says. “If there’s someone on your arm who makes you look fallible, crop them out.”

In which I ask the (clearly deeply important) question: “Does the death of Hugo Chávez mark the end of an era of dictatorial style?”

In which I ask the (clearly deeply important) question: “Does the death of Hugo Chávez mark the end of an era of dictatorial style?”

nickelsonwooster:

Masters.
guerreisms:

Because Style knows no frontiers, and isn’t limited to any one city.
Matteo Gioli (Super Duper Hats) - Florence, Italy, Sam Lambert (Art Comes First) U.K., London, Shaka Maidoh (Art Comes First) U.K, London, Kalaf Angelo (Poet & Musician) Lisbon, Portugal
As shot for Esquire.com

nickelsonwooster:

Masters.

guerreisms:

Because Style knows no frontiers, and isn’t limited to any one city.

Matteo Gioli (Super Duper Hats) - Florence, Italy, Sam Lambert (Art Comes First) U.K., London, Shaka Maidoh (Art Comes First) U.K, London, Kalaf Angelo (Poet & Musician) Lisbon, Portugal

As shot for Esquire.com