Tuesday, November 20, 2012

L’icon Fragile

This is going to be a shortie today as I’m on my way over to Langley to have my motherboard scanned and Little Mo is driving like a maniac.

There’s been a lot of Chinese and Iranian hacking going on around here and Big Guy want’s to be sure that all my circuits are up to snuff. So I’m going to give you L’icon Fragile to play with today. I’ll check in later to make sure you’re playing nice. Bwahahahahahahaha!

Michelle Obama: L’icon Fragile.

le icon fragile


Ok, I should have posted a “Put Down Your Beverage” warning, butt I just couldn’t help myself. I sprayed my keyboard when I read the review of this Sophie Coignard canard in Forbes, and I thought you should too.

“Warning: Put Down Your Beverage”

“Seen from France, Michelle Obama embodies the happy news: Beautiful, intelligent, funny, smiling; She has built a solid marriage and raised two delightful daughters whom she has been able to protect from the tumult and vanities of power and fame.”

So tells us the author of “Michelle Obama, L’Icone Fragile” (Fragile Icon), a recently-published book that is turbocharging the canonization of the first lady among venerated American idols like Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn.

I gave you fair warning that time, so don’t tell me I owe you a new keyboard or monitor or whatever.

I’m going to have to rely on Forbes’ analysis because I’m not wasting my hard earned dough I don’t have any more room on my Kindle, butt the “Lady M is a fragile icon” notion is a little at odds with what my hard drive returns when I ask for “fragile Michelle”:



What does your hard drive give you?

See you later!