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Offline mountaineer

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A photographic guide to looking concerned while meeting with the president
Lots of funny commentary on the posture and expressions of cabinet members and others. Click on the link to see all of them.


Of course, the person who looks the least concerned is the President himself. Notice how he's slumped in his chair, knee up and resting on the table. Not very concern-like, at all. In fact, Barack Obama has been criticized in the past for a deficit of concern, especially when he's supposedly doing things that are very, very serious.


The relaxed posture doesn't mean Obama's not concerned. In fact, when he leans back, he might be the most concerned guy in the room.
"Am I concerned enough about this?"


The President has never been concerned about Hillary not being concerned enough. The Secretary of State is a champion of concern. Here's her crowning achievement. No one has ever been more concerned. Ever.






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Re: A photographic guide to looking concerned while meeting with the president
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2013, 11:11:38 PM »
He always looks like a little boy pretending to be an adult. But looks are deceiving as he is really an evil being.

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Re: A photographic guide to looking concerned while meeting with the president
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2013, 11:28:29 PM »
Hands strategically placed (in prayer mode, on chin, covering mouth) critically important when meeting with Skeeter


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