Tuesday Dec 05, 2006

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I'm now officially a lady of leisure. What I've learned thus far: That old Kevin Bacon movie "Quicksilver" gets a LOT of play on cable. And the HGTV channel is strangely hypnotic.
ckdexterhaven:

Hmm, I have a theory that I am single-handidly forcing Starz to air "Enemy of The State" at least once a day, because I watch it everytime it comes on. I know, Tony Scott + Jerry Bruckheimer = crap. But it's got fuckin' Gene Hackman in it. I think I'm allowed at least one crap movie to enjoy, at least every once in a while.

ckdexterhaven:

You think that's bad. I've watched "The Little Black Book" with Brittany Murphy (who I hate) about 20 times, just so I can look at Holly Hunter (who I have a major crush on). That's sickness right there. Considering it's perhaps one of the worst major hollywood releases in the past decade.

Wednesday Nov 15, 2006

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ckdexterhaven:

Your dude looks kinda like a hispanic Gary Oldman. You do get points for reconizing him in public though, that's pretty impressive. I saw Sinbad once, that's about the extent of my celebrity sightings. Of course, I don't actually seek them out like you do. wink

thisiswhoweare:

I just remember him from "Desperado"... at least i think that was him. I watched "Lake Placid" recently, and thought about your Oliver Platt crush. He is pretty awesome in that movie, they gave him all the best lines.

My best celeb encounter story involves Micheal Jackson, New Year's Eve, an accidental hip check, and Jacko going sprawling like a rag doll. He could have gotten me fired, but turned out to be a pretty cool guy.

Oh, unless you count the host of the kid's show "The Big Comfy Couch", and what she did to me on that couch. wink

That gives me an idea... I need to blog out all of my weird celeb encounters. You know how much I love to make lists.... blush

Monday Nov 13, 2006

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thisiswhoweare:


Now that you're a manager, does that mean you're working for The Man... or are The Man?


Oh I'm the man baby, I'm the man....... wink

And what is it with Nicole Kidman and tiny little men? She's not even wearing heels in that picture, PLUS she's farther away from the camera. Bring her two feet forward to be on the same plane, and she'd be able to rest her chin on top of his head. confused

ckdexterhaven:

Nicole Kidman is weird. I can't quite place my finger on why, but she just is. Not in a good way either. I've never used that line on a redhead, I doubt it would ever work. I'd sooner use a Shirley Manson line on redheads. She's hotter anyway. smile

Monday Nov 13, 2006

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Someone is trying to kill Jon Stewart and David Letterman?! Fortunately the plot was foiled, so we won't have to live in a Leno-only world. Jimmy Kimmel, watch your ass.

Tuesday Oct 17, 2006

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Scary Spice is pregnant with Eddie Murphy's baby? That is one fertile dude. With his seventh kid on the way, he'll be flogging that Shrek donkey role straight into the direct-to-home-video abyss.
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thisiswhoweare:

Christ... don't get me started about my fear of dogs. Now I have to worry about having a doggy treat hanging from my foot? There's now a really gross blood-bruise around the... What do you call the part where your big toe meets your sole? Ball of the foot? Anyway, walking HURTS! I'm pretty sure the nu-skin/neosporin paste I covered it with, and being wrapped up in an assortment of band-aids from the medicine cabinet (Including some cool pirate band-aids) will do the trick and the chunk will "take", and re-connect. Otherwise there will be a flap about the size of guitar pick falling off my foot in a few days.

blackeyed

ckdexterhaven:

Weird, i actually dreamt about tetris too. Actually, i would also have daydreams. I would be standing there, and in my head I was imagining what I would do if I had a certain shaped block come down on a certain row. Very Weird indeed. Yeah, Eddie Murphy was funny in the first Beverly HIlls Cop, Trading Spaces, and some of Coming To America. Since then, I can't recall enjoying any of his movies. Oh wait, how could i forget the greatness that was....

Tuesday Oct 10, 2006

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Pity dates... a bad thing?

I went out with a pleasant, nice enough fellow, but there was no chemistry. Bupkus. Unfortunately, he seems to like me and would like to go out again. I feel like I'm about to club a baby seal. Part of me wants to go out with him again just because I'd like to delay the clubbing. Which would...
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crispy:

YOU'RE CHEATING ON ME?!?!? mad wink

Maybe there will be more chemistry the second time around. Doesn't hurt anything, right?

thisiswhoweare:

At one point you come to realize that a date means a free dinner, free drinks, possibly a free movie, and a chauffer to take you there. You don't even have to kiss him or anything.

From a guy's point of view, even a go-nowhere date is still a date, and better than staying home watching re-runs of the Andy Griffith show on the superstation.

Besides, a no chemistry date might just turn into a nice friendship. I met several of my female buddies that way.