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Yes, the cover is killer all by itself. I would just add: 1. It’s still a rich white man’s world, no matter what those nabobs at Newsweek have to say. 2. Nice play on obesity and junk markets (and yeah, that goes for fast food on Main Street and the Wall Street variety, the latter gorging twice). 3. About the little bubbles coming out of the glass but also looking like white caps: the guy probably shorted the company that insured the boat. Ca-ching! 4. Nah, that wouldn’t be an oil spill.
(illustration: “S.O.S.” by Christoph Niemann ).
Bag’s Take-Away:Here’s what you can do with your digits? If the message is plain and simple, it’s a classic example of a world-wide trend.
(photo: AFP PHOTO / GIUSEPPE CACACE caption: A sculpture by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan depicting a middle-finger gesture faces Milan’s stock exchange on July 11, 2011. Italy moved to curb financial speculators the same day as the Milan stock market dropped and Italian bond yields hit record highs on investor worries that Europe’s sovereign debt crisis is spreading.)Via : Charlotte Observer.