That's Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "Celebrity In Chief" and I love how he's made them sort of like Bratz dolls.
Why doesn't my granddaughter play with Bratz dolls? She's not into them. Their heads look strange to her.
Emily e-mailed that her daughter needs Barbie clothes. She's tried doing as I suggested last week (she's tried it since before I suggested it -- my suggestion didn't originate with me and wasn't my invention) which is buying a doll with clothes and trashing the doll but keeping the clothes.
She says that they always plan to do that; however, her daughter ends up attached and they keep that doll so they really don't have any extra clothes.
I can understand it.
I suggest bidding at Ebay. I'm not joking. Today, I got a package with 33 outfits in it. I forgot about it. What I did was give myself a designated Ebay hour each day and then use that hour to bid on live auctions that were ending. I got this lot for a little less than $15.00 (including shipping). There are Barbie pants (yea!) and Barbie shirts (with short sleeves and long sleeves!) and real dresses as opposed to the crap they make now.
(If you missed my gripe last week, my problem with the Barbie outfits today is that they're cheap and easy. You can cut up a sock and have a 'barbie dress.' This off the shoulder where there's a strap on one shoulder -- and only one shoulder -- isn't about clothes women actually wear, it's about how to make cheap and tacky items that you pretend are beautiful.)
This is C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot" for Monday: