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post #1741 of 2412
That's not what I do at all actually. If you use your head a bit what I am doing is alluding to the fact that these people aren't celebrities.
post #1742 of 2412
I was at Maoz Vegetarian tonight in Union Square and Chelsea Clinton walked in right behind me. We stood next to each other at the topping bar and poured yogurt sauce on our pitas. She added a lot of broccoli to hers. I couldn't help but think how shitty it must feel to go from being the daughter of the most powerful man in the world to a vegetarian fast food eater who nobody would give a second look to. I think I was the only person that noticed who she was.

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post #1743 of 2412
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.... Chelsea Clinton ....nobody would give a second look to. I think I was the only person that noticed who she was.

that's because she's ugly as sin....
post #1744 of 2412
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I was at Maoz Vegetarian tonight in Union Square and Chelsea Clinton walked in right behind me. We stood next to each other at the topping bar and poured yogurt sauce on our pitas. She added a lot of broccoli to hers. I couldn't help but think how shitty it must feel to go from being the daughter of the most powerful man in the world to a vegetarian fast food eater who nobody would give a second look to. I think I was the only person that noticed who she was.
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Is that you on the right? satisfied.gif
post #1745 of 2412
No, creep.
post #1746 of 2412
so Laurence Fishburne stopped by the shop I work at and bought like $500 worth of candles...and no I didn't meet him since I was on vacation in NYC. Apparently he was very softspoken and a nice guy, not at all fussy. Came around with a personal shopper (not as fancy as it sounds)

while in NYC I bumped into (almost literally) Neil Strauss and managed to blurt out a 'Neil!', and then shook his hand and said (duh, I know) "oh hi, we haven't met or anything, just wanted to say hi" and he sort of smiled and said 'huh, oh, well hi' and made it clear he wasn't looking to have any sort of convo beyond that.... eh, that's all I got.
post #1747 of 2412
I know who those people are. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #1748 of 2412
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I was at Maoz Vegetarian tonight in Union Square and Chelsea Clinton walked in right behind me. We stood next to each other at the topping bar and poured yogurt sauce on our pitas. She added a lot of broccoli to hers. I couldn't help but think how shitty it must feel to go from being the daughter of the most powerful man in the world to a vegetarian fast food eater who nobody would give a second look to. I think I was the only person that noticed who she was.
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I work in Union Square. I have never been in there though.
post #1749 of 2412
My best friend is in a bunch of bands up in Lexington, KY, one of which has become Eddie Montgomery's favorite local act. This means my friend gets do hang out with Eddie from time to time (he has some pretty cool stories). A couple of Friday nights ago, my friend called to tell me one such story during a break at a gig, and he passed the phone to Eddie to say "hi." Ol' Eddie was hammered and it was like talking to a shitfaced Boomhauer from King of the Hill. He was hilarious, and it was pretty cool talking to him for a minute.
post #1750 of 2412
Didn't meet him but my son saw Beat Takeshi Kitano last week. He was directing some scenes for a film across the street from my home.
post #1751 of 2412
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I work in Union Square. I have never been in there though.

I really like it. It's my go-to cheap food in US. It's cramped and shit, but the topping bar is irresistible.
post #1752 of 2412
Out in L.A. for spring break. We had just done the typical touristy stuff with the overlook on Mullholland Dr. Driving around and saw an open house sign. Figured what the hell. We all went in it. As soon as we walked in, I saw a pretty overweight older guy wearing a grey t-shirt and a flannel shirt as a jacket over it. He looked really ratty and disheveled. Didn't think much of it. Realtor was very cool/nice. Told us the house used to belong to Elton John's manager. Walked around for a bit. A friend and I were checking out the lower level and the older gentlemen was walking down the stairs as we were standing in the master bedroom. We both looked at him, looked at each other, and simultaneously said, "is that the principle from Ferris Bueller?" Turns out it was Jeff Jones. He was a really nice guy. Gave us a bunch of things to do in L.A. Talked with him and the realtor for about 15 minutes. He agreed to a picture with us. All in all, pretty cool experience. The house was 4 million with a nice view of the Hollywood sign.

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post #1753 of 2412
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No, creep.

Then thats you with the green smock? Has to be you...
post #1754 of 2412
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Out in L.A. for spring break. We had just done the typical touristy stuff with the overlook on Mullholland Dr. Driving around and saw an open house sign. Figured what the hell. We all went in it. As soon as we walked in, I saw a pretty overweight older guy wearing a grey t-shirt and a flannel shirt as a jacket over it. He looked really ratty and disheveled. Didn't think much of it. Realtor was very cool/nice. Told us the house used to belong to Elton John's manager. Walked around for a bit. A friend and I were checking out the lower level and the older gentlemen was walking down the stairs as we were standing in the master bedroom. We both looked at him, looked at each other, and simultaneously said, "is that the principle from Ferris Bueller?" Turns out it was Jeff Jones. He was a really nice guy. Gave us a bunch of things to do in L.A. Talked with him and the realtor for about 15 minutes. He agreed to a picture with us. All in all, pretty cool experience. The house was 4 million with a nice view of the Hollywood sign.
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You do know he likes little boys, right?
post #1755 of 2412
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That's a bro-fest if I have ever seen one.

I have always known him as Charles Deetz from Beetlejuice.
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