I’m pretty certain that the overlap between people who visit FishbowlLA (dour, poorly-dressed media professionals) and people whose photos end up at the cobrasnake (inebriated, stylishly-dressed party-goers) is virtually nil. So today’s LAT Column One profiling Mark Hunter, the cobrasnaker himself, is worth reading, if only to find out what the editorial assistants in your office are talking about. Basically, the cobrasnake party photos are just like the mediabistro party photos, except that everyone in them is underage and completely wasted. Hunter himself has parlayed the website into international micro-celebrityhood, and given that he’s only 20 years old, he seems admirably level-headed about the whole thing. So mazeltov to cobrasnake.
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