Clare 3 month s ago
#21 yes he is.
Patrick 3 month s ago
I'd like to read about celebs that aren't "down Earth" and "the sweetest person". More DIVA/Seinfeld stories please. LOL
Winny 3 month s ago
Since I'm so old (74), my heroes from my childhood were Western cowboys. I met three of them. First, I met Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. I was a Service writer at a Chevy dealership and they came in with a mechanical problem. Actually, I only lived a couple of miles from them in Apple Valley, California. Later, after I became a restaurant manager, I met Duncan Renaldo, AKA The Cisco Kid. Sorry Patrick, they were all VERY nice people!

“I won’t go into too many details for privacy but I was at an industry party where I happened to befriend a small group of people who I later found out were Ryan Goslings posse. Ryan wasn’t there and we just hung out and drank at the party all night and became friends. When the time came to leave I offered them a ride to their hotel as I’m local and they were visiting and they happily accepted. But when we got to my car I saw I had a flat tire. I was horribly embarrassed but they said not to worry about it and they would have their “friend” come pick them up. This was before Uber and Lyft became popular. So they’re all drunk and instagramming the scene while I’m on my hands and knees trying to change my flat tire when a black Cadillac Escalade rolls up and Ryan Gosling hopped out of the back and herded his drunk friends in the car. I thought that would be that but he walked over to me and told me he was calling a tow company to take my car to a shop and get a new tire on and thanked me for helping his friends, said “Good luck buddy.” And disappeared into the night like a [email protected]#king rock star hipster Jesus. Put the tow and the tire on his card. Needless to say I think Ryan Gosling is a good guy.”


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