Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Paparazzi

I guess I won't quit my day job.

14 comments:

  1. Too funny! Is Roger Ebert really worthy of paparazzi? LOL

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  2. I don't even know who he is.

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  3. Hilarious!! Your day job can be taking pictures (of course) AND as a bonus: adding your comments to them! I laughed and laughed at this...

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  4. Okay, sorry for the deletes but I am having some serious connectivity issues. Anyway, what I was trying to say was:

    Great shot!. I'll take that over some out of focus oh-my-gosh-my-hand-is-shaking-because-i'm-so-excited camera phone shot of some tart of the day being carried out of a trendy nightclub.

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  5. Nancy: In this town he is; he's from our community (Urbana) and throws a big "overlooked film festival" every year. We're all beaming with pride because he showed up despite struggling with illness. He's a hero here:

    http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070423/PEOPLE/70423001

    Sveny: Film critic!

    Momo: I'll be local paparazzi; I'm going to have to keep a steadier hand though, if I'm gonna catch Debbie's underpants.

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  6. Jim: Aw shucks. I couldn't get over there to other side to see if he was going to pull a Britney Speers/mommy parts on us.

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  7. Hey, I got a shot of Hillary Clinton in Seattle.

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  8. I don't know if you can claim the "paparazzi" title---I can see where you were sitting from the photo, and since it's a regular hangout for you and you *weren't* stalking his every move....

    However, I'm fascinated that he would take a limo to the Esquire....

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  9. "Mommy parts"? HAHAHAHAHA!
    You are too great! LOL!

    word ver: nilzr

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  10. Dogbait: Dogblog it!

    Gamera: Oh yeah? Well I got a picture of D. Debbie's underpants. A blurry picture, but a picture nonetheless.

    I intend on being a couch potato paparazzi. Potato Paparazzi: Celebrities come to me, and I will photograph them if I can find my camera.

    Andy: takes one to know one!

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  11. nevermind..I read the other comments

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  12. I have been out of the loop the last two weeks and have just now gotten caught up.

    Hey. (Yeah, I know it's WAY late ~ and I still wanted you to have one from me.)

    Hope you're well.

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  13. Did you know that Roger Ebert was once editor in chief of the Urbana High School Student newspaper, The Echo? I was an editor too, and discovered his work in the archives when I was digging around for story ideas. I wish I would have read it a little more closely, as I only knew him from his show at that point.

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