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post #181 of 2481
Growing up in Olympia, Wa. I've run into tons of...oh wait, no I haven't. I have never run into a celebrity of any sort. Ever.

But all my friends seem to have. Roommates in college with John Singleton, dinner party with Benazir Bhutto. Etc etc.

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post #182 of 2481
Not me but a buddy ran into Hank WIlliams Jr. in a bar in Indianapolis. My friend was in the bathroom taking a piss, when Hank sidled up the urinal next to him and said:

"Hey buddy, you know any women in this bar that would suck on this dick?"

I find this story crude, hilarous and disturbing all at once.
post #183 of 2481
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Originally Posted by Stu View Post
Not me but a buddy ran into Hank WIlliams Jr. in a bar in Indianapolis. My friend was in the bathroom taking a piss, when Hank sidled up the urinal next to him and said: "Hey buddy, you know any women in this bar that would suck on this dick?" I find this story crude, hilarous and disturbing all at once.
My respect for Hank Williams Jr. just increased tenfold.
post #184 of 2481
Well, I know and have met quite a lot of celebrities and royalty, but I suppose that doesn't count as an unexpected encounter. Still, I have a few good ones. - When I was a little kid I was at a party and Karl Lagerfeld was there. I apparently screamed and cried upon seeing him, and I can understand why. - When I was 12 I was walking down a street in Johannesburg with my father and a friend of his, when we saw a crowd. We approached it, and in the centre was Nelson Mandela. We shook hands (naturally, the South African way) and exchanged a couple of words. This is unquestionably my favourite, although I'm not sure if he's a celebrity. - A couple of weeks ago Pierre Casiraghi punched me in the face, leaving a black eye for a whole week. To be fair, I already knew him, but it was funny regardless.
post #185 of 2481
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Well, I know and have met quite a lot of celebrities and royalty, but I suppose that doesn't count as an unexpected encounter.

Should we call you SoCal2Milan?
post #186 of 2481
You'd prefer if I lied about my background? It was perfectly on topic, and not intended to come across as bragging: if it had, I would have begun listing names. I made it clear that meeting someone famous (eg. at a party) doesn't really count as an "unexpected encounter". However, I remember you were also quite uneccesarily rude to me in another thread, so perhaps that's just your demeanour rather than a flaw in my actions. Aside from that, I don't really mind being compared to SoCal.
post #187 of 2481
Nor do I mind being compared to Bisc.
post #188 of 2481
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But all my friends seem to have. Roommates in college with John Singleton, dinner party with Benizir Bhutto. Etc etc. b
Who's that? Someone from reality tv?
post #189 of 2481
It was my understanding from watching the TV magazine Entertainment Tonight that encounters with celebrities are not unexpected in America but a matter of personal liberty.
post #190 of 2481
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Originally Posted by Roland Loden of Germany View Post
It was my understanding from watching the TV magazine Entertainment Tonight that encounters with celebrities are not unexpected in America but a matter of personal liberty.

Is this guy for real?
post #191 of 2481
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Originally Posted by FidelCashflow View Post
Who's that? Someone from reality tv?

Oh please. Don't be a bitch.
post #192 of 2481
Frank Robinson, MLB Hall of Famer, at a minor league baseball game. Harold Reynolds and Erin Andrews at the College World Series.
post #193 of 2481
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Originally Posted by Stu View Post
Not me but a buddy ran into Hank WIlliams Jr. in a bar in Indianapolis. My friend was in the bathroom taking a piss, when Hank sidled up the urinal next to him and said:

"Hey buddy, you know any women in this bar that would suck on this dick?"


Maybe Hank was actually hitting on him....
post #194 of 2481
Billy Joel - sat next to him at a charity event. Nice guy

Clint Eastwood/Rupert Murdoch - saw them (separately) at the Whole Foods in Monterey, CA

Jeri Ryan - saw her at a bar in Hollywood.

Jacques Cousteau - saw him walking down Park Ave when I was around 11
post #195 of 2481
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Frank Robinson, MLB Hall of Famer, at a minor league baseball game.

Harold Reynolds and Erin Andrews at the College World Series.

Erin Andrews, most famous alumni of the University of Florida Dazzlers (the dance team).
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