To illustrate some op-ed about Ferdinand Pecora -- the brave New York prosecutor of financial fraudsters who did some congressional hearing at the end of Hoover's presidency -- theNew York Times dug up this ancient Blingee. There is no explanation for this bizarre old-timey example of a blinged-out spliff-smokin' Hero of the Depression, and the bland Associated Press photo credit only adds to the Mystery. UPDATE: Oh, this is intended to be art, by an artist. So a blingee that doesn't move is now considered Art, the end. [NYT via Wonkette tipster Daisy Chain]

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