Paris Vogue ---what the hell?
BUT--What the hell?
I have had the Novemeber issue for a few weeks now, but I have been reticent to say anything because really, I do not know what to think.
I love the front cover shot of Carolyn Murphy and Andre J. Andre can work a bootie, and his legs are to. die. for. I also love that it is The Special BRUCE WEBER Issue. Although Bruce is somewhat controversial, I happen to see the beauty in his photos.....they are mostly of nude males though-HA!
The reason I am flummoxed by this issue of one of my favorite magazines is because of THIS:
WHAT. THE. HELL? There are eleven pages of photos and literature about Dog The Freaking Bounty Hunter and his family. THIS IS PARIS VOGUE --NOT GUNS AND AMMO.
I am not fluent in French, so I am not sure exactly what the article says, but what could it possibly say? He has a show that no one watches, he was caught on tape spouting racial slurs, he is not stylish or relevent at all....what the hell? The above photo is a cut of his wife in her shorty shorts, her cowboy boots and her long French white tips. Jesus.
Anyone know what is tied around his thigh? Please God do not let it be a bandana.
Oh and this is a Dog and Family collage. Let's just say for the sake of argument that maybe Dog and his family are lovely, but seriously--Paris Vogue worthy? Eleven pages worthy? Is the article a farce?
Does this confuse anyone else? Please, someone with this magazine make sense of the Dog story for me so I can finally get a good night sleep and my faith in humankind and all things Vogue can be restored.
Has the world gone crazy?
HA--have a great day!
(photos from Paris Vogue November 2007)
*EDITED TO ADD-- This blog is for entertainment purposes only (mostly my own entertainment). This blog is silly and full of satire. I am a trained comedic writer. It is what I do. I never mean any malice to anyone--Chapman family included. Since posting this yesterday, apparently I have offended a few people at a site by and or dedicated to Duane Chapman's son Leland. My apologies, but please--your family is colorful and public and if you did not want people to talk about you, then you would not have such a public life. I did not mean to offend, but come on, Paris Vogue? I stand by my post.