President William Jefferson Clinton from NBA Jam (SNES and Genesis; October 1994) made by Acclaim Entertainment of Glen Cove, New York.
A while ago on my other site I had a discussion going about the way we members of the millennial generation have witnessed cultural norms change in our short lifetimes. One reader mentioned how the office of the president has steadily cheapened in the public imagination, and cited Clinton’s “secret character” inclusion in this game as a good example. The gesture seemed fairly subversive and disrespectful in its time, but now comes off as extraordinarily innocuous. Even charming.

President William Jefferson Clinton from NBA Jam (SNES and Genesis; October 1994) made by Acclaim Entertainment of Glen Cove, New York.

A while ago on my other site I had a discussion going about the way we members of the millennial generation have witnessed cultural norms change in our short lifetimes. One reader mentioned how the office of the president has steadily cheapened in the public imagination, and cited Clinton’s “secret character” inclusion in this game as a good example. The gesture seemed fairly subversive and disrespectful in its time, but now comes off as extraordinarily innocuous. Even charming.