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A selfie interview with Vice cofounder Gavin McInnes
Last year Nimrod Kamer traveled to New York, where he interviewed Vice cofounder and writer Gavin McInnes in an extended selfie.
Gavin McInnes is the only known Tea Party enthusiast who has anything to do with Vice, hipness, or Williamsburg. In an old interview in the New York Press, McInnes said that he was pleased that most Williamsburg hipsters are white. That’s oddly refreshing for a company as radical as Vice.
I met Mr. McInnes for a tour of his New York ad agency Rooster. We discussed sosh’ media issues and procrasturbated a bit.
I then took a humble selfie of me and him:
Photo via Nimrod Kamer
On my way back to Bushwick, I came across one of McInnes’s most notable Fox News appearances:
To my angst, he is still not verified on Twitter. I’m sure that had he stayed at Vice he would be, since Vice buys promoted tweets all the time, making even the magazine’s junior staff blue-ticked.
Mandarin sounds like a guy turning a mouse inside out with his tongue.
— Gavin McInnes (@Gavin_McInnes) March 13, 2014
Discussing Malaysia flight with liberal radio in 5 mins. Will try to stay calm. http://t.co/0cKJi6ZqNP
— Gavin McInnes (@Gavin_McInnes) March 11, 2014
Screengrab via YouTube
Nimrod Kamer is a journalist and satirist based in the U.K. whose work has appeared in the GQ, Vice, Wired, the Guardian and Huffington Post, as well as on BBC Newsnight. He is the author of The Social Climber's Handbook: A Shameless Guide.