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— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) November 26, 2019
Local news subs (assuming you have a local paper) make good gifts, too.
The Warren campaign has made cross-stitch patterns available featuring the slogan “Capitalism without rules is theft” and, of course, Bailey based on popular merch designs https://t.co/tKkdw4Xiwc pic.twitter.com/0FvcRhkXJx
— laura olin (@lauraolin) December 5, 2019
Free for downloading, at the link. The motto patterns are pretty simple — they could be worked up in a couple of hours, even by a beginner. You could even use waste canvas to cross-stitch them onto a sweatshirt or the back of a denim jacket…
(If I can ever find my cross-stitch pattern books, I may work up ‘Capitalism without rules is theft’ in a florid pseudo-Victorian script. Which is not the Warren style, but the concept pleases me.)
Anybody want to share gift suggestions?
Or if you’re looking for a *gag* gift… emphasis on the gag…
The undocumented housekeepers told us they had to check @realdonaldtrump's supply of orange face makeup. Now, the company that makes that makeup — @bronxcolors — is running a sale where you can get a discount on Trump's exact shade. ("BHC06").https://t.co/bGJfQs7Z8N
— David Fahrenthold (@Fahrenthold) December 5, 2019
(Not a big makeup consumer, but as I understand it, concealer is properly used for small areas, to disguise dark undereye circles or hide blemishes. Normal users would cover the patch with a dusting of foundation, like blending paint over spackle. If the Occupant is too lazy or too ignorant not to slather it on like street-mime slap, that would help explain why it looks so extraordinarily unnatural.)