Jay Carney steps down as Obama's press secretary Member reactions:
Perfect. Concept & subject & execution of course.
Fabulous. Weekly World News mag is a classic touch here. Bat Boys, Bat Boys, Whatchagonna Do.. Love how you did all the other magazines too.. we only sell the truth, hahaha (background voice "you can't handle the truth.")
Did you see who met Obama when he was abducted, NewsMaster.
Excellent job hidden. Make it greater applying some movement to the magazine otherwise looks like a flat sign
Hahahah funny as hell-o. Lots of great work, Doc. Congrats on z cup.
Silver Congrats, Pcrdds. A Precision job as always
, looks like that birdie symbolizes twitter. Excellent work
Thanks Balodiya, Luciano. Thanks NewsMaster, great thought about the twitter birdie, but must admit I was thinking of the "Bluebird of Happiness" trying to cheer Jay up. From the 1946 Disney song "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah"("Mr.Bluebird on my Shoulder") Really showing my age huh.
NBC is thinking about replacing Jay Leno with Jimmy Fallon I wonder who that guy is playing the accordion. Member reactions:
… hey, who's that accordion guy with the huge head. Nice work, hidden … I don't think Jay will have any worries as far as money is concerned, though.(gazillionaire) I like the photo swap idea, might be funny to have Fallon making the swap … JAT … unfortunately for all of my former co-workers, the show may move back to New York as well
You're right, QMS...I "smallified" your head.
… now can you make me look younger ... … interesting fact about Jay Leno: except when he's dressed for the show, or any other formal occasion, he wears only and always, a denim shirt (usually light blue) and denim jeans.(has a huge closet full of them.)
Funny.... he got all his stuff outside the office with a funny dog who can tell jokes for 50 cents.... really funny and good caricature
Plenty of head hunts in here Quality merge and wonderful concept in this entry its self explanatory since his Crazy and tricky smile is the Story-Teller
Double Bronze Congrats, Doc … great choppin'.
50 cents a joke.. Gimme ten. Is that doxieone's' doggie. Congrats on the bronze too, Paul.
Thanks, Billy Mac. Thanks, Newsy. Not Doxieone's...just a stray I found.
The Labor Day weekend is just three days away. Even though some of us will be working on Labor Day, we should still be thankful for our jobs. Labor Day is meant to honor labor and jobs of American people who work hard and contribute to well-being and prosperity of the nation. Sadly, average standard annual leave in the US is just 12 days which is one of the lowest in the world. In most European countries annual leave is more than twice as long (e.g. 33 days in Sweden, 32 days in the Netherlands, 29 days in Germany).
In this contest you are asked to create a satirical "honest" advertisement for any job in the world (good, bad, or absolutely worst). Advertisement can be in any printed format - newspaper, magazine, billboard, or even a printed sheet of paper glued to a street pole. The job advertisement can include what normal job adverts include - job title, description, hours, pay, benefits, requirements, and contact information. Advertised job positions can be real, or made up, but your advert has to include a satire in it, and should be more than just a text advert. Please note that you may need to pause any ad-blockers in order to view all entries in this contest (because most ad blockers will block any images which have variations of the word "advertisement" in their titles). Many thanks to lucianomorelli for the themepost.
President Obama made a surprise announcement last Friday that White House press secretary Jay Carney was stepping down and would be replaced by his deputy Josh Earnest. We've certainly seen a lot of Jay Carney while he's been on this job for three years, and now he's let go. The official reason has not been stated, nor the Carney's plans on what he will do next. Carney previously worked as a press secretary for Joe Biden before being promoted to White House press secretary.
Find the next employment for Jay Carney. Alternatively, show him in his retirement or unemployment status.
Many thanks to pcrdds for the themepost.
David Letterman, the grandfather of the American late night television, announced that he will be retiring from the Late Show in the next several months. CBS picked Stephen Colbert to take over the show. Letterman turned turned 67 on April 12, and said he's thankful to his fans and CBS for many years of hosting the Late Show. After the staff sex scandal in 2009, he was suffering from depression, but managed to go back being himself, the true Letterman we knew and loved many years ago. So, for all those late nights, thanks Dave. It's been great.
Will Letterman be getting any job offers after his departure from the Late Show? Photoshop Letterman's next job or show what he'll be doing in his retirement.
Themepost image credit: CBS
This Thursday, Jay Leno, 63, will host his last "Tonight" show, and will hand over the job to Jimmy Fallon, 39. Leno has had this job for 22 years, apart from the half year break in 2009 when NBC replaced him with Conan O'Brian but quickly asked him back after the ratings plummeted. Apparently, this time the NBC's decision to push out Leno is final - despite the all-time high show ratings under Leno, NBC wants to make a shift from the boomers audience to a younger generation viewers, so they picked younger Jimmy Fallon as a replacement.
Now that Jay Leno is pushed out of the job he's had for 22 years, what will he do next? Photoshop Leno's next job, or hobby. (Or maybe he'll just retire? We hope not!)
Today is Labor Day. Even if some of us work today, we should still be thankful for our jobs... especially since The Labor Department said the unemployment rate is expected to climb, and many currently employed Americans will be looking for jobs.
In this contest you are asked to create a satirical advertisement for any job (good, bad, or absolutely worst). Advertisement can be in any printed format - newspaper, magazine, billboard, or even a printed sheet of paper glued to a street pole. The job advertisement can include what normal job adverts include - job title, description, hours, pay, benefits, requirements, and contact information. Advertised job positions can be real, or made up, but your advert has to include a satire in it, and should be more than just text advert.