Apr 30, 2006

Who's The Man Now..!?

Kathleen said...
Dark blue pinstripe suit, Mr. Pat. It's time.

S-Q said...
LOL! I liked the purple tie, very nice. However, you will look nice in any tie. :)
Dark blue pin stripe suit, yes, but beet red face, no! :)

Anonymous said...
I suggest wearing a blue suit, light blue shirt, and a blue and red tie.

A big THANK YOU to all of my fashion consultants. I am actually considering a PSYOP maneuver in which I hold the press conference wearing this leisure suit (circa Watergate Hearings 1974). Smooth move, yes? ;)

The Last Word:

Jackie said...
Yes I know you like the movie Austin Powers but lets get real. I too thought the ideas of other bloggers were good but I've dressed you before and I'll dress you again. Anon 9:39 pm your right this isn't a fashion show. But I care about how Fitz looks now that he has the attention of the press. You might not care but I do. I want him to look his best just as if he was going to church. The stupid people are always talking about what he wears well since he has taken my advice I notice nothing is said anymore not even this blog has anything bad to say. In other words Patrick J Fitzgerald is viewed by the world and I want the world to see Fitz at his best. You might not care but I do.

Yes, maam. :D

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Blogger R2K said...

: )

5:41 PM  
Blogger The Subway Serenade said...

Dude,

Chimpy McFlightsuit got nuthin on that outfit. You'll have to do the Elvis sideburns to pull off this fashion statement.

50 Ways To Dump The Dubya

5:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Copy this steel-eyed look and the press will be too afraid to ask any stupid questions:

http://www.wissen.swr.de/sf/begleit/bg0060/bg0060x/bg0060xx/gb07_002.jpg

That is Alexander Nikitin, for anyone who does not recognize him.

5:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK, try again, I checked my work:

http://www.wissen.swr.de/sf/begleit/bg0060/bg0060x/bg0060xx/gb07_002.jpg

5:58 PM  
Anonymous e said...

http://www.michaelmoore.com/
words/latestnews/index.
php?id=6692

6:04 PM  
Anonymous e said...

http://www.truthout.org/docs
_2006/042906Y.shtml

6:09 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And I know that you kidding on what that bright yellow suit!!! You might as well just a add the 70's hat with that yellow suit! You will like pimp daddy!!! And you certainly would get an interesting "fashion statement" to the media for them to talk about!!! But, seriously wear what make you feel that a million dollars. But, more importantly, whatever you wear, stand tall, and show confidence in yourself when you speak to the media!!!
Cheers!

6:09 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

ROTFL

6:17 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

The 70's were a hideous fashion era. Just looking at anything from the 70's makes me feel kind of ill.
Burn it!

6:57 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Jodi,

On the positive, the "70's shaped America such as Watergate, Women's Lib, music, dance, art, etc. Of course, the fashion era was far different from today. But, the voice of people were more heard in that time unlike today. We need to re-gain that type of strength in the '70's. Speaking of hidious, I remember looking at Andy Warhol's art work of the duplicate Campbell soup cans and said "this is not art. It's just a soup can!" But, to Warhol, it was art. That is why it was called "pop art." And his works suchas Campbell soup can, Marilyn Monroe, Mickey Mouse, etc. are one of the infamous work by Warhol is which people appreciate and still talked about today. He was a strange artist but he shaped America in the '70's with his strange approach to art!

7:14 PM  
Blogger whizkid1983_1986 said...

jI have to leave profile location
management insists

will try to stay in general area

computer is at stake

spoke with Mr. H

phone lines tampered with

emails too

We live in the most corrupt mation on the planet....I will testify to the fraud and the part the Mossad and AIPAC have had in this.

I ask for your prayers tonight that I remain safe and sound

Thank you,
JEff Fisher

7:17 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

From Americablog,

"This president is destroying American values in every way he can. Now he's absolutely intent on stifling and undermining the free press. Prosecuting reporters as spies is downright Soviet:
But the Bush administration is exploring a more radical measure to protect information it says is vital to national security: the criminal prosecution of reporters under the espionage laws." And yes, the Gerbil is doing that:troying the American value and free press!!!

7:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush would make Stalin and Hitler run for their money.
Bush the Oppressive Asswipe.

7:54 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

SPB,
I know what you mean about the art of Warhol and some of the music of the 70's. But the fashion of the 70's makes me think of disco and I always hated disco!

8:01 PM  
Anonymous e said...

I met Andy..he was a nice person..

8:17 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Jodi,

Well, the shoes and clothes from the 70's from the disco are the in styles today. I don't think that there will be revision of the disco ball or Studio 54 area anymore since you disliked Disco.

e:

I didn't know that you met Andy Walhol. I read in the differenr type of art and gone to various art museums include expressionalism, Pollock's works, Walhol's works, etc. It is too bad that the Gerbil cut many educational programs in schools for students to visit museums and appreciate art!!!

8:23 PM  
Anonymous Hypatia said...

Padraig, you could wear a barrel.

However, I kinda like the I-am-not-about-fashion style you have. Style is an emergent quality of strong personalities, whereas fashion is, well, fashionable, pursued by sheep, e.g., all the females who are wearing clothes that don't fit.

The suit that America saw when you announced the Libby indictment was part of the indelible imprint of INTEGRITY that you established, the mojo, if you will. Very big mojo (I am generally immune, but yours has got to me), I might add. Perhaps it would be best were you to change nothing--sartorially or editorially--in the way you make your announcement. As for the tie, since I hold Scott Adams in small esteem, I'd just as soon see the obligatory neckware fly right over your shoulder as before (maybe the gradients will relax by (Wed?Fri?) so you don't even faintly resemble a nebbish from a worn-out comic strip.

But you'll be inside, not on the courthouse steps, yes? No problemo! Just wear a tie that makes you feel good 'cause it's beautiful.

Hypatia

8:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is not a fashion show. Wear whatever feels comfortable and is your own style - nobody else can tell you what your style is.
D

8:39 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Yes I know you like the movie Austin Powers but lets get real. I too thought the ideas of other bloggers were good but I've dressed you before and I'll dress you again.
Anon 9:39 pm your right this isn't a fashion show. But I care about how Fitz looks now that he has the attention of the press. You might not care but I do. I want him to look his best just as if he was going to church. The stupid people are always talking about what he wears well since he has taken my advice I notice nothing is said anymore not even this blog has anything bad to say. In other words Patrick J Fitzgerald is viewed by the world and I want the world to see Fitz at his best. You might not care but I do.

9:13 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Fitz:

As one of your fashion consultants;
may I suggest adding a big, bushy, afro wig and white patent leather platform shoes to go with that suit?

"Hi, my name is Chiquita Banana and I am here to say..."

9:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LETS HAVE A LITTLE HUMOR HERE.

HOWS THIS SPB--going after PORKY-HamHock-GOES WITH THE THREADS

The Rise of an Irish Superhero of the 2000's,

"Who's the cat that won't cop out when their is danger all about?" "FITZ" Right ON!!!!!! The rise of the Irish superhero. Sticking it to the man.

Theme: Who's the private dick / That's a sex machine to all the chicks? / SHAFT! / Ya damn right!
Theme: Who is the man that would risk his neck / For his brother man? / FITZ! / Can you dig it?
Theme: Who's the cat that won't cop out / When there's danger all about? / FITZ! / Right On!
Theme: They say this cat Fitz is a bad mother... / SHUT YOUR MOUTH! / I'm talkin' 'bout Fitz. / THEN WE CAN DIG IT!

9:39 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

He's a complicated man but no one understands but his fellow bloggers

PAT FITZ!

Yes, I am a Isaac Hayes fan and love Shaft movies. Too bad you didn't use the song title from Curtis Mayfield's song and movie " Superfly." Mayfield song title, "Freddie's Dead" should describe Porkrind Rove's case: dead.

10:32 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Hey SPB:

Good to see you back and hope you had a nice, relaxing weekend!

You guys are funny and I LOVE this blog! It's educational, fun and alot of people with a great sense of humor. :)

10:40 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Miss Jackie dresses you fine, stand tall and know that millions of people believe in you.

I think you should dance in the men's room before the press conference, it will ease your nerves, get the blood pumping and it will make us feel special knowing that you did it before you indicted Porkrind.

10:45 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Teak:

If Fitz dances in the men's room to pump himself up before the press conference about Porkrind Rove, he should dance to the music of "Shaft" and sing to the lyric provided by Anon at 10:39 pm!

10:51 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:

Yes, Fitz needs to get the "groove on" and the "Mojo" working! I love Shaft too!

Fitz:

Hire some "Soul Train" dancers to teach you some dance moves. They could actually be in the background dancing while you dance in your new yellow suit to the tunes of Shaft and show the press how to do real press conference!

(Eat your heart out Tony Snow! There's a new kind of movement going down!)

10:58 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q,

Fitz doesn't need the "Soul Train" dancers. He has the PJF Flygirls!!!

11:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz, how about a bow tie? However, everybody wants you to wear something different and I still think you should wear what you like best yourself and ignore what other people think, because how you dress is something very personal.
D

12:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For real panache, accessorize this outfit with a happenin' car, like a Gremlin.
Really, though, the purple tie is cool. Just avoid the light blue shirt with the light gray suit -- too monochrome. Rock on!

10:36 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:

I think Pork Rind could be the "Sideshow"...the music playing would be "Superfreak" while Karl dances in his orange jumpsuit! The PJF Flygirls...flying from wires hanging above Pork Rind! Every 5 minutes the PFJ Flygirls shout, "SUPERFREAK!!" :)

4:33 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

Fitz...It's a toss up which threads are the kewlest. The main thing is the deoderent, whatcha use is generous amounts of baby powder, it gets them every time. And don't listen to these kids about Brill Cream, use a little dab of Fitches Rose Hair Oil. It comes in a groovy little glass bottle. BTW...Shaving is an option these days.

7:29 PM  
Blogger KittyBowTie said...

Hey, Subway Serenade is back, just in time!

Hope you are feeling better!

8:22 PM  
Blogger KittyBowTie said...

Wait, maybe this is a link to an old part of the blog. Some of the above comments are like 'deja vu all over again' (thanks Mr. Berra).

8:24 PM  

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