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REAL ChicagoBoyz, like, for example, Otis Clay, know that if you have your shirt open at the neck, you must have a medallion.
This look is also never out of fashion here in da big city.
But seriously folks, when is the effeminate metro look going to go out of fashion? Faster, please.
The girl is cute though. She is probably a world-famous lingerie model whom I have never heard of.
All three probably are teenagers made to look a couple of years older than they really are. I would say the boys are around 19 and the girl 17 or so.
But Ralf, your superficial analysis ignores the reality of these people as flesh-and-blood repositories of thought, reason and carefully crafted libertarian-conservative political argument!
We are considering them as potential chicagoboyz contributors.
Nobody who lloks this good, not to mention lean, can possibly have an IQ above 85 (otherwise, the world would be even more unfair than it already is).
Not exactly Chicagoboyz material.
Of course they are lean, Ralf! They are starved for intellectual sustenance.
We will do our best to revive them.
Starved for intellectual sustenance?? You you’ll have to force-feed them if they are to inget anything that is in the least intelletcual!
But go ahead, knock yourself out.
Dibs on reviving the one in the middle.
Forget about adding them to the Chicago Boyz collection – I have it on good authority that they are already committed to this political blog (h/t Instapundit).
Lex – I wuz gonna say that those tow guys don’t exactly look like they are interested in the woman. Not that there’s anyhting wrong with that ;-).
Effeminate metrosexuals are less likely than the rest of us to have kids. You are just going to have to wait for natural selection to do its work.
I had thought they were three grad students in the Economics Department at the University of Chicago.
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