Dennis Quaid has been in the news recently because of a hospital’s terrible medication error that almost killed his newborn twins.
There was a point where I (grudgingly) thought he was one of the best-looking guys on earth. His IMDB photopage doesn’t provide any evidence of this, but most of its pix are from the last 10 years, at which point I have to assume he went into serious decline. I just didn’t think it would get this bad:
I guess the Wall Street Journal has a vested interest in throwing Hillary Clinton through the Drew Friedmanizer like this:
Note: I added a “Drew Friedmanizer” category to the site, so now you can check out all the posts with these wacky WSJ pictures.
. . . sometimes the Drew Friedmanizer blinks.
According to WSJ, Armani is going into the electronics business, partnering with Samsung. Maybe they can work on a device that’ll clear up his skin:
The good news? Amazon’s net profit more than tripled.
The bad news? The WSJ broke out the Drew Friedman-izer on Jeff Bezos:
PleasepleasePLEASE never let me get written about in the Wall Street Journal:
Back in college, I remarked that the weirdly pointillized head-shots on the front page of the Wall Street Journal looked like they’d been put through the “Drew Friedman-izer”. I’m not sure if it was funnier to make a joke about a cartoonist best known for The Incredible Shrinking Joe Franklin, or to make a reference to the Wall Street Journal at Hampshire College.
Anyway, if there was ever a perfect example of the Journal‘s Drew Friedmanizing process, it’s this pic of Tom Ford from an article in today’s ish:
The article’s about Ford’s post-Gucci career, because he’s about to launch a line of menswear, which will include “classic custom-made suits, shirts, ties, shoes, luggage, jewelry and fragrances.” Here’s some drivel about it:
Mr. Ford says he isn’t aiming only at fashionistas but also at rich businessmen in the U.S. and developing countries who “have been deprived of luxury.” He doesn’t plan any womenswear, “having nothing new to say.”
To me, the only interesting things about the article are that incredible pic and the fact that Ford is launching TWELVE fragrances this month with Estee Lauder. I’m holding out hope that one of them is “Friedman.”