Determine a band's leader by analyzing a publicity photo.
A band's inclusion on this blog reflects neither an endorsement nor a criticism of its music. This post is merely intended as a spotlight on the inner political workings of a collection of individuals who are in the midst of a cooperative, creative endeavor.
You, dear reader, please answer the question, "Who's in charge here?"
After sufficient discussion has taken place, a verdict can then be passed based on a majority vote.
Voting ends on: Monday, June 28th, 9:00am CST (GMT-5)
THE VERDICT (Updated!)
Voting has ended.
Here is the tally:
Middle: 3 votes
Right: 3 votes
Left: 1 vote
Oy! Another tie. Well, we must once again call on the VP of the United States to make a ruling. (please don't be a form letter! please don't be form letter!)
"This is an easy one. I don't even have to get into the politics of leather jackets versus t-shirts. Has NO ONE commented on the necklace? COME ON, people. The photographer was obviously told by someone, 'Hey, make sure you get the entire necklace in the picture. It's IMPORTANT.' And who is going to think the necklace is important, other than the necklace-wearer? The necklace-wearer is in control of the composition of this band photo, and thus the necklace-wearer is in charge."