Condoleezza Rice: Playing Her Piano For Food (And Other Headaches)

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice played the piano at a gala during the 39th ASEAN Ministerial Meeting in Kuala Lumpur on July 27th, 2006. How the Mighty has fallen! From Savior of the Middle-East to being forced to play piano to get food for herself, all within just one week! Is there no end to the indignities poor Condi must suffer? Her hair looks totally FABULOUS, though!!

Also, our beloved Dr. Secretary finally has provided the definitive image of the success of our foreign policy? Somehow, I don’t think that’s the kind of image Condi or any of her friends in the Bush Administration really wanted to get out to the public. But… gee, when a gal’s gotta wince, a gal’s just gotta wince. Poor, poor Condi! Plus, all this fuss just can’t be any good at all for her hair and skin.

Well, I think that just a little touch-up with “Magic Cheese” will do absolute magic for her!! What is Magic Cheese?? Well, just in case some of you aren’t “in the know” about current high-fashion, MAGIC CHEESE is the latest fashion rage among very wealthy women in France, where they use it as a very “haute couture” skin cosmetic.

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