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Cover Battle: The New Yorker or Vice

Welcome back to FishbowlNY’s weekly Cover Battle. This week we have The New Yorker versus Vice. The New Yorker features Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan doing things that best buddies do, like work on cars without their shirts on. We’re not sold on the duo quite yet, but they do stand a chance of being our favorite bromance since Brody Jenner and Justin Bobby.

Vice went with a plunger, a stapler and a fun toy. This is an edited version, just in case the entertainment device offends someone. As for those who find plungers taboo, well, it’s time you realize that while people don’t typically like to admit using them, plenty do, and they’re very effective.

So readers, which cover is better? You can vote, comment, or stick it to the man by doing both.

 

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