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TheWeekholeView: And the First Blunder Prize Goes to the White House

sophia3Here, each hole starts on Wednesdays and this is what fell through this past week, in more than one way or day: On Wednesday, May 21, the 2014 Cannes Festival made a point in promoting old and very old women, because their plastic surgeons needed the publicity.  someoneOn Thursday, May 22, the French Oscars continued promoting younger women, though the effect was not different from the one obtained the previous day. Friday, May 23, the French other-than-Cesar film celebration continued and the winners were all of us. On Saturday, May 24, the White House distributed a list of people at a press briefing in Afghanistan that clearly identified the CIA’s top spy in the country. . On Sunday, May 25, the White House staff members who released the name of the CIA top spy in the country realized Taliban members do not know how to read, and added a picture of the CIA employee next to his name. In truth the picture did not show his face, only his profile. On Monday, May 26, President Obama celebrated Memorial Day and shared some memories with the family of the outed CIA spy. No one knew if he was still alive, and if so, where. On Tuesday, May 27, 2014, President Obama was informed that over 6000 news organizations (list which does not include TPV, though we do spread news too) who received the information about the Afghani stationed spy, were wondering when the CIA members working inside them should expected similar outing. To put their mind to ease the President said:

Like our friend,Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr., we do not make the same mistake three times. Thus, only two more CIA spies should expect inadvertent outing by the Obama administration.

TPV urges all CIA employees to grow mustaches and beards as soon as possible.