Instead of looking in the mirror and seeing the reality of the latest clusterfuck staring back, he sees a Steve Jobs or a Warren Buffett, or even a guy who remembers that the label is meant to go on the inside of his pants.
Thanks to The Scotsman for today’s Headline of the Day, and reminder of the importance of always checking your grammar.
Today’s headline of the day comes courtesy of The Register.
It would be good to follow the wishes of the population from time to time.
— Georges-Louis Bouchez, leader of the francophone liberal party, arguing that fellow party member Sophie Wilmès should stay on as Prime Minister if the so-called Vivaldi coalition is formed.
I don’t disagree with the sentiment, but the phrasing is… interesting.
Not only does the Birmingham Mail win today’s headline of the day, but Police Inspector Mark Stanley also wins the quote of the day for this observation:
Clearly this was an unusual getaway vehicle and it wasn’t too difficult for officers to spot a pink ice cream van being driven in the middle of the night.
Yes, I know that Dominic Cummings’ infamous eye test was a few month’s ago, but I’ve only just seen this cartoon.