Why Can’t a Woman Be More Like a Man?: Classic Film Photo Quiz, Sept. 2016 Edition, Vol. 362436
If the events of the recent political season have taught us anything, it’s that women have achieved a true equality with men in the valued fields of duplicity, egomania, corruption and unappetizing psychological disorder, though indicators are legion that (at least if the leading news/unscrupulously biased broadcast opinion platforms are of any reliability) women may have it all over the beer bellied set when it comes to sociopathic prevarication: sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, but it takes a village to willfully conceal a liar. With that happy bit of folk wisdom we present this month’s tribute to the Gods of Forked Tongues and Smoked Meat (Writing this stuff is hunger inducing.), in other words, the latest edition of America’s favorite nonprescription aphrodisiac, the Classic Film Photo Quiz, dedicated this month to those rascals at the Teamsters who deliver this great nation with its daily fix of SKITTLES, the only traditional breakfast candy that tastes like freedom. In this edition, we celebrate (and, in a playfully misogynistic manner, certainly question the competency of) the role of women as leaders in business, politics and just plain general bossiness, as depicted in the movies. Taking our inspiration from a certain unmentioned former First Lady, who took it upon herself to wear the pants in the family out of sheer necessity since her spouse more often than not was found with his dropped around his ankles, the following twelve movie images reflect the controlling instinct of the fairer sex to assume the role of “boss”, or at least the dominant figure in the relationship. Your task, as usual, is to identify the source of each of the twelve images and to report your findings to this very site, where through a painstaking process of analytics we will determine whether you’ve answered correctly or not. The first to crack the puzzle will receive the coveted (and only slightly radioactive, a still unexplained result of the administration’s Iranian Nuclear Deal) CSR Culture Shock Award, usable in eighteen different nations to credit the bearer with the equivalent of sixteen American dollars to play 4 Black at any local floating casino roulette table. Good luck.