I actually will now officially admit to liking Alec Baldwin. I met him two years ago. He came over to me and started up a conversation and was very
funny and nice and totally normal and cool. He was watching me deal with my hysterical daughter (2 at the time) and then my wife took her outside and
I was alone and Baldwin came over and asked if he should be calling the authorities to help locate the kid I clearly just disposed of. We ended up
talking for about 15 minutes about random stuff and my wife walked into the restaurant and he was shaking my hand and saying goodbye to me and she
looked like she was going to have a heart attack. He was, at the time, about twice the size he is now. We used to run into him a lot and he always
gets heavy when he's not working. Always a nice guy.
Pretty, pretty, pretty white kids with problems.
They're pretty and they've got problems too.
Pretty white kids, pretty white kids with problems
kids that are much prettier than you.
Cause its hard, being pretty and white,
pretty, pretty kids,
Pretty, pretty, pretty white kids with problems
and they've all got problems too
I could not agree more about hating reality TV. We have now gotten so friigin lazy as a society that our entertainment is watching some other schmuck
live their lives. My wife loves the damn things. I'd rather be tromping through the woods or a cave with a metal detector.
Another thing I don't get is the return of gameshows..or as I used to call them, the hour of torture between dinner and a good show back when we only
got one channel and I planned the unfortunate demise of Chuck Woolery. One thing I can't stand is watching someone play a damn game.
With so many interesting things in the world we could televise, why in the hell do so many glue their cabooses to their chairs and give these bastards
I guess I'm the guy that just don't get it.:bnghd:
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