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Clare 4 month s ago
#21 yes he is.
       
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Patrick 4 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
       
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Winny 4 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!
       
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“A few years ago Tenacious D played a concert in Kuala Lumpur. The building the concert was in was pretty small, and there’s no way they made a lot of money from the show. Despite that, after the show was over, Jack Black came back out on the stage and just chatted and joked around with people for like an hour. My buddy yelled out, “I love your shirt!” Jack Black yelled back, “I love your shirt! Trade me!” Then he took off his shirt and threw it to my buddy, who threw his shirt to Jack Black. Jack Black threw my friend’s shirt back after pretending to try it on (my friend is much thinner than Black, haha), and then told him to keep his shirt from the concert.”


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