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February 9, 2013
This week, a baseball cap — adorned with national colors and symbols — became a political issue in Venezuela. Here’s why. (photo by Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters)

This week, a baseball cap — adorned with national colors and symbols — became a political issue in Venezuela. Here’s why. (photo by Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters)

20:22 // 1 year ago
February 4, 2011
It’s an unwritten rule that nobody else can wear such a hat, so if Kim Jong-Un is also wearing one, it means he has now reached almost the same status as his father.
A “senior South Korean government official” • On the significance of headwear in totalitarian dictatorships. Bear with us here: apparently, Kim Jong-Un was spotted wearing an otter-skin hat similar to one worn by his father, Kim Jong-il, and since nobody but the Dear Leader is allowed to wear that hat, this implies that the elder Kim will soon be passing the throne on to his son. Whatever you say, unnamed South Korean official.  source (viafollow)
1:00 // 3 years ago
October 21, 2010

Is Obama avoiding temple visit so he doesn’t look like a Muslim?

  • problem Obama is facing a lot of criticism suggesting that he’s Muslim, even though he’s not by a long shot. One in five Americans think he is, though.
  • crisis He canceled a trip to a city in India, possibly because he’d visit a temple that requires mandatory headgear – a.k.a. ammo for hatahz.
  • but … Some people in the city of Amritsar say he’d be OK to visit the Sikh Golden Temple wearing just a baseball cap. Go Yankees! source
11:14 // 4 years ago