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September 4, 2013

Anthony Weiner gets into an argument outside a Jewish deli: You don’t get much more New Yorker than this.

18:38 // 7 months ago
August 12, 2013
brooklynmutt:

This is AWESOME!
(via Drudge h/t @lachlan)

The face makes it.

brooklynmutt:

This is AWESOME!

(via Drudge h/t @lachlan)

The face makes it.

17:28 // 8 months ago
July 31, 2013
Wow, the Anthony Weiner campaign appears to be well-run and controversy-free.

Wow, the Anthony Weiner campaign appears to be well-run and controversy-free.

0:02 // 8 months ago
July 28, 2013

Reblog comment of the day

idroolinmysleep says: Perhaps a more appropriate illustration would show Weiner opening up the trench coat?

» SFB says: You win this round, Danger. — Ernie @ SFB

(Source: New York Daily News)

20:24 // 8 months ago
So Anthony Weiner apparently spent $45,000 from his campaign fund to investigate how his Twitter account was hacked in 2011 (despite the fact he later admitted to the tweets) … but the real story here is that the New York Daily News created this illustration to go with the news tidbit.

So Anthony Weiner apparently spent $45,000 from his campaign fund to investigate how his Twitter account was hacked in 2011 (despite the fact he later admitted to the tweets) … but the real story here is that the New York Daily News created this illustration to go with the news tidbit.

19:57 // 8 months ago
Danny has left the campaign. He did a remarkable job.
Anthony Weiner • Confirming the departure of his campaign manager, Danny Kedem, who left days after the NYC mayoral candidate once again found himself admitting to accusations of sexting. Weiner continues, but suffice it to say that even his closest confidantes don’t exactly have the highest level of confidence about his chances. Weiner already had issues with getting experienced staff members before the scandal hit. This seems to add to that.
16:22 // 8 months ago
July 26, 2013
ccindecision:

newyorker:

Read about next week’s cover, “Carlos Danger” by John Cuneo, online now: http://nyr.kr/12p9PMc

Pretty much!

A relevant related comment on this topic, which coins a new phrase: Borny.

ccindecision:

newyorker:

Read about next week’s cover, “Carlos Danger by John Cuneo, online now: http://nyr.kr/12p9PMc

Pretty much!

A relevant related comment on this topic, which coins a new phrase: Borny.

10:07 // 8 months ago
July 24, 2013
Should probably share my “Carlos Danger”-style computer generated sexting pseudonym, just to discourage myself from anonymous sexting. Thanks Slate.

Should probably share my “Carlos Danger”-style computer generated sexting pseudonym, just to discourage myself from anonymous sexting. Thanks Slate.

1:15 // 9 months ago
July 23, 2013

Here’s the full Anthony Weiner press conference, which concluded moments ago,on the new allegations of his online sexting behavior that broke today. Weiner’s wife, Huma Abedin, hadn’t weathered this sort of media appearance the first time her husband’s online sexting was exposed, but this time, she joined him at the podium. Despite the resurgent scandal, Weiner intends to continue his run for New York City mayor (via Mediaite).

18:50 // 9 months ago
Some of these things happened before my resignation, some of them happened after, but the fact is that that was also the time that my wife and I were working through some things in our marriage. I know this was a very public thing that we had happen to us, but by no means does it change the fundamentals of my feelings here, and that is that I want to bring my vision to the people of the city of New York.
New York City mayoral candidate Carlos Danger Anthony Weiner • Confirming, in somewhat vague terms, the renewed scandal which once forced his resignation from the U.S. House of Representatives, and now threatens to derail his run for NYC mayor — he’s been doing the online sexy-talk again. The details of his most recent alleged cyber-tryst first appeared on gossip website TheDirty.com, and subsequently sparked a media frenzy. The woman in question was apparently told by Weiner that he could get her a job on a “blogging panel” at Politico, a delightfully vague use of buzz words if we’ve ever heard one, all while using the pseudonym that’s swept social media in an explosion of mockery — Carlos Danger. source
18:39 // 9 months ago