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sure -- my jackass former boss paid several thousand for him and his wife to get a picture w/W
funny thing was, he somehow got the impression that the event was western themed -- maybe because W pretended to be a cowboy, I don't know. (actually, my former boss was so generally disliked that somebody he trusted probably told him just to screw him over)
so the guy had a picture with him and his wife dressed "like cowboys" (or what some LA shop told them was cowboy attire, and I'm sure charged them a fortune for) and Bush, of course, in a conservative suit
and the guy still framed it and put it on his office wall, not realizing how ridiculous he appeared
(personally, I don't get paying for photographs with people -- not sure what it's supposed to represent)