Rolling Stone’s next issue — which hardly anyone will read — has Julia Louis-Dreyfus on the cover. She’s naked long past her Seinfeld days and has a big mistake tattooed on her photoshopped back. If that’s even her back.
The big mistake is the text. It’s neither the US Constitution nor the Declaration of Independence. It begins as the Constitution, but ends with John Hancock’s flamboyant signature. But Hancock didn’t sign the Constitution. He signed the Declaration, and that’s where his famous sig became famous. In case you flunked history, as RS‘ editors and the “First Lady of Comedy” evidently did, lemme catch you up: The Constitution and the Declaration are not the same thing.
And Idiocracy wasn’t supposed to be a documentary. Way to go, Rolling Stone.
As for JLD, she’s now achieved the same status as the Boston bomber. She should be so proud…