Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

"Bring Back Bloomberg"! Rich Horrorshows Freak Out Over Fake Snowstorm Class War In Pinhead Rag

Yesterday afternoon, vicious short-sighted monsterpieces went howling to the worst piece of paper on the whole east coast, like the crazy petulant vampire-children they apparently are:

“I can’t believe de Blasio could do this. He is putting everyone in danger,” said Barbara Tamerin, who was using ski poles to get around 81st Street and Lexington Avenue.

“What is he thinking? We’re supposed to get up to a foot of snow and nobody on the Upper East Side is supposed to blink an eye? I can barely get around and I’m on snow shoes! All of the buses are stuck and can’t go anywhere. He’s crazy. We need Mayor Bloomberg back!”

First of all: LOL. It has to be read to be believed, but of course Molly Jong-Fast, who is still only 35, bless her, was a ringleader. These silly Lhota enthusiasts started banging their tin cans about class war early in the afternoon yesterday—at 12:41 p.m.!—when there was like maybe two inches of snow, about the total destruction faced by the Upper East Side yesterday. Except… here's the funny thing. The cross streets of the Upper East Side aren't exactly the city's most-important arteries. Why would they be? And so they got plowed in due time.

Are we seriously going to hear ignorant rich halfwits barking in the trashy pages of their house organ every time they don't get what they want exactly when they want it for the next four years? That seems both torturous for all of us and also beneath them. Can't you enjoy your power and wealth with a little more dignity and with more calculated backstabbing? If you want to set de Blasio up for ruin, surely you can hatch a more elaborate plot than griping on Twitter. Go watch "Revenge" or "Scandal" or whatever and scheme up a more captivating plot.

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KarenUhOh (#19)

"Dear Lord. . .my Brunello Cucinelli is beginning to pill!"

hockeymom (#143)

I always wonder how the reporters keep a straight face when interviewing these people.

La Cieca (#1,110)

@hockeymom Psst: they make up the quotes.

Mr. B (#10,093)

@hockeymom A studied look of amused contempt is what I got into the habit of assuming after a while.

gregorg (#30)

where's George Gurley when we need him?

C_Webb (#855)

What ever happened to grace under pressure? ("Look, Muffy. A snowstorm for us.")

"She is the author of a novel, Normal Girl,[1] a memoir, Girl [Maladjusted], and The Social Climber's Handbook (published in 2011 by Random House". Molly Jong-Fast, witless fuck.

No complaints about struggling with strollers in the snow? Well, at least they aren't breeding.

City_Dater (#2,500)

@Clarence Rosario

The nanny deals with child transportation, for the few under 65s up there.

Who needs plows when every UES resident appears to be outfitted, "To Build A Fire"-style, with snow shoes and ski poles?

And here I thought The Dakota was on the Upper West.

Maevemealone (#968)

I am sitting here at work, next to one of the most entitled, pretentious psycho coworkers you could ever imagine existing. She lives on the UES, as she constantly reminds everyone as if it's something to be proud of, and she is rattling off these gripes almost verbatim. It's amazing. DeBlasio! Snow on the streets! I walked through SNOW to get here, UGH! It's all the Republican's fault for running with Lhota! Real estate taxes! He better not try to raise real estate taxes on my condo! It would be fantastic if I was able to turn the volume down.

Dee Bee@facebook (#258,446)

@Maevemealone Try a throat punch. Works every time.

Ralph Haygood (#13,154)

"Are we seriously going to hear ignorant rich halfwits barking in the trashy pages of their house organ every time they don't get what they want exactly when they want it for the next four years?": Oh no, not just for the next four years. "Till death do us part" is more like it.

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