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The Many Moods of John McCain | DesignNotes by Michael Surtees

The Many Moods of John McCain

The Many Moods of John McCain - Daylife

Over the next couple of weeks there’s going to be some pretty cool (imho) changes going on at Daylife’s website at www.daylife.com At this point that’s about all I can say in regards to the site… Yes I’m shamelessly promoting the startup that I’m the Design Director of, but there really is a point to this post. The editor of Daylife put together the above moods of John McCain. My first thought after seeing all the photos was that he has a lot of facial expressions for an older person half jokingly. But what makes the photos are the capture that the editor puts to to images. Between expressions like ingratiating, befuddled, demure, ecumenical, robot-y and many more, how can you not think that the editor might be on to something. If you’re at all curious to see those photos in a larger size visit www.daylife.com/page/gallery-mccain

Of course I’m from Canada living in New York so I’ll be watching the election from the sidelines. That means I’m as neutral as it comes but since this post was political in nature I thought I’d also mention that I was really happy to get the hope poster in the mail today…

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  • http://www.1934.cc Callie

    I hope he doesn’t get elected based on the sound of his voice alone. It’s more grating than Dubya’s!

    I wonder if they’ve done a study on that, like they’ve done studies on presidents height and looks (in general, the taller, better-looking candidate wins almost everytime). Do the candidates with the more pleasing voices win?

    Obama has a very nice voice. I think he’s taller than McCain, too.