Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lotts well-groomed looks are no accident. From his always-perfect coiffure to immaculate tailoring (he even makes an otherwise-goofy seersucker suit look stylish), the Mississippi Republican is one snazzy guy. So HOH wasnt a bit surprised to hear that Lott takes his skin care products seriously.
Lott stopped by the mens counter at the Nordstrom cosmetics department in the Pentagon City mall Sunday to shop for after-shave lotion, a tipster told HOH.
And not just any jar of Aqua Velva would do. According to our witness, the Senator-turned-lobbyist was being very particular about the consistency of his post-shave balm. He hates a lotion thats too runny, he professed, and dismissed one luxury brand as too greasy.
While Lott was unfailingly polite throughout the transaction, our spy said, he was simply insistent on getting his selection just so.
Finally, our Goldilocks settled on a formula that he deemed just right, Chanel Allure For Men after-shave lotion.
Mm, smells like a perfectionist.
Lessons From Springfield. Rep. Jared Polis had an epiphany this weekend, but the deep thought didnt occur to him during a meditation class or lengthy philosophical debate: It happened while he watched The Simpsons.
The Colorado Democrat realized during an episode of the long-running cartoon that while he gets older, the Simpson clan defy logic and simply dont age. Doh!
Ay caramba! The Simpsons always stay the same age, but the years go on. Marge and Homer were my parents generation when I was growing up, Polis tweeted at 8:38 p.m. Friday.
Scary thing is now Marge/Homer are closer to my generation! he tweeted a minute later. Just saw episode that showed them growing up in the 80s/early 90s. OUCH!
HOH doesnt think Polis should worry too much about getting older. Hes only 34, after all, making him a baby among his Congressional colleagues.
So ... cowabunga, dude!
Celebrating 70, in Style. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer marked his big Seven-Oh on Sunday. But the Maryland Democrat got the party rolling early: A tipster spotted the birthday boy out on the town Saturday night, dining with a large group at Bobby McKeys Dueling Piano Bar at the National Harbor.
Alas, we didnt get any report of Hoyer crooning a birthday serenade to himself. Spokeswoman Katie Grant told HOH that he was joined by old friends and family for the evening.
And for a guy who has reached the
seven-decade mark, Hoyers showing no signs of slowing down, making his birthday celebration a multiday affair. The day before visiting the piano bar, he blew out candles and glad-handed at his 28th annual bull roast in Bowie, Md.
Not a Cheap Date. Its surprisingly easy to nab a date with a Senator these days youve just got to be willing to pay the price.
Terri Henderson, 6, center, whose mother is El Salvador, attends a rally with members of Congress at Union Station's Columbus Circle to announce the Restore Opportunity, Strengthen, and Improve the Economy (ROSIE) Act on July 29, 2014. The legislation provides incentives for government contractors to pay a living wage and other benefits that would help low-income workers.