How to Be a Lobbyist Without Trying

This hilariously frightening article tells the tale of a journalist posing to be a lobbyist for a fake foreign conglomerate, only to be welcomed into the fold:
The schmoozefest was on. There were about fifty people present, all in suits and all with name tags representing everyone from the NRA to Motorola to the White House; they all started furiously shaking one another's hands and gaping at one another's name tags, like dogs sniffing each other in a Central Park run.
Via Rolling Stone

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