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The last time I attended a Broadway show was to see “Man of La Mancha,” and a fellow theater goer offended me as deeply as Pence’s presence offended the boobs who booed. The jackanape seated next to me wore a red fleece North Face jacket while I was borderline flawless in a black cashmere sportcoat and a pair of full cut,
tailormade, charcoal gray trousers with a deep drop and constantly checked his cellphone for messages. He even texted while Don Quixote was singing “The Impossible Dream.”
In addition to the audience,
one of the “Hamilton” cast members addressed the veep to be directly from the stage. That’s easy to do when you’re surrounded by likeminded confederates. Far more courageous was what Carol Feraci did in 1972 when at the White House as a member of the as mainstream as you could get Ray Coniff Singers even President Richard Nixon can be heard on tape calling them “kind of square” she pulled a note that read “Stop the killing” from her evening gown and admonished Nixon to stop bombing in Southeast Asia.