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July 14, 2006

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Pickle's Papa

At least he didn't get Dave Chapelle to tag along as a Sammy Davis sidekick . . . and dude, I want my ball back.

Brent

Cameron Diaz once came into the restaurant where I worked. She tipped $2.00 on a $40 lunch. Cheal wench.

Just Linda

I have a little soft spot for Jay from Zero Boss and it's a totally goofy story but he was the first to "subscribe" to my blog on Bloglines. He probably totally did it by accident but I got such a thrill out of it anyway.

Joe P is my 'brush with fame'. I was eating in a restaurant in NYC and he was at the table next to me. I have a similar Yoko Ono story. Ha! I'm such a midwesterner. Yes, I was star-struck but I didn't ask for autographs. I guess maybe I shoulda asked for a hundred dollar bill, though. Right? ;)

Kemp

I think Piscopo's statute of limitations for good will dissolved after he filmed "Dead Heat" with Treat Williams in 1988.

That movie was an insult to audiences.

Maniacal

That has got to be the worst picture of Michael Douglas EVER...wow...ick!

Mr. Big Dubya

Zero Boss was how I was introduced to you lo these many years ago. Just think..we have Jay to blame/thank for this lovely relationship we have.

R.Kelly - fan-fuckin'-tastic.

Dude - when are we gonna hit some little white balls around?

MetroDude

Best Piscopo SNL line ever, as Sinatra to Nora Dunn, playing Sinead O'Connor at a gathering of singers: "Sinbad O'Connor. What's with the hair? I'm looking at you kid and I'm thinking 'Cue Ball, Corner Pocket.'"

The dude Roid-ed out and lost his mind (and I suppose career somewhere along the way). Think he's peddling Creatine growth supplements in Des Moines or something.

Pickle's Papa

My favorite NY celebrity story is the time I watched Billy Idol try to convince his little yip yap dog to take a dump in front of me as I sat on a park bench in Central Park.

William

Peanut on grass. I thought there was no grass in Manhattan

honglien123

Michael Douglas, just in that picture...ick. What the hell was Catherine Zeta Jones thinking?

Jason

It looks like someone lit Michael Douglas' face on fire, then tried to put it out with an icepick.

Melissa

He let his kid piss on him? They are such freaks. The whole family is a bunch of nut cases. I can't stand them.

I love the picture of Peanut. So cute, the little theif.

Mama Nabi

That is simply a great picture of Peanut... LN recently tried to steal a beach ball from an older boy, then was quite upset with me when I returned it to the rightful owner - so what you're telling me is that it could be a recurring trend? Well, I think if the thief is as cute as Peanut, absolution should be automatic... hm, I wonder if I could train LN to steal beer from Papa Nabi... or if Peanut could give LN some handy tips?

Tony

Joe Piscopo? I thought he O.D.'d a while back and died for some reason.

My daughter is playing that "that's mine!" and runs away thing right now. Except she brings them to my wife or me. People stare at us like we're training a gypsy in Rome

Jay Andrew Allen

"Joe Piscopo? I thought he O.D.'d a while back and died for some reason."

No, Tony, it's only his career that died.

Big thanks for the shout-out, dude!

Queen of Ass

Peanut's practicing for corporate america.

Deanna

I just bought a great T-shirt for the Munchkin at Target. Perhaps you should see if you can find it for the Peanut. It says:

The Toddler Laws Of Property
1. If I like it, it's mine
2. If it's in my hand, it's mine
3. If I had it a little while ago, it's mine
4. If it looks just like mine, it's mine
5. If I think it's mine, it's mine!

Mom101

From the looks of that Michael Douglas photo, I think it belonged under the "something old" caption.

Yikes. To think I liked him during Romancing the Stone.

Jill Urbane, The Mentor Mom

Nice to hear Joe P. was generous back in the day. You'd think someone would give back by getting him a better gig. And I agree about the Michael Douglas photo...ick. How old is he...70?

Kristen

Peanut thinks it's funny to take dad's beer, huh? Actually, that image kind of makes me chuckle, too, I have to admit.

Mona

I have a feeling Peanut will be great at basketball.

Mega Mom

Wait till she starts breaking your cigarettes in half.

misfithausfrau

That's great news about Jay! I have been having some troubles with Peaches--she will poke a child in the eyes, or pull their pig tails and THEN steal their toy. Quite embarrassing...

s@bd

funny funny funny

(feeling a little unoriginal today. ahem)

panthergirl

I love Jay, and I love that he's back to commenting on my blog even better. I didn't like it when he got too busy to do that. ;)

That picture of Michael Douglas is downright scary. I'm surprised he didn't melt when his kid peed on him.

Love the Peanut's newfound kleptomania. And the dish ran away with the spoon.

You know that Joe Piscopo has an unhealthy obsession with Sinatra, right? If you read the SNL book, it goes into great detail about how seriously he took his Sinatra impersonation. It's creepy!!

Annie

I love the toy stealing phase. I think it's a major milestone. It shows she's gotten out of the "mine" phase where she assumes that if she's seen it, it now belongs to her. Now she's got awareness that objects can belong to other people, but she still wants them and the game springs from there.

Also, if she's stealing your bear at this age, she's gonna be soooo much fun as a teenager.

Good luck!

Annette

I forgot to moeitnn one really important tool I use Jott Assistant.Jott is a call-in service (automated) that asks me who I want to Jott . I can say, me , or the name of anyone else in my address list. I then speak the message (enunciating properly). I can get reminders if I want. Jott then sends the message to me (or whoever I Jotted) through my (or their) email address.So, if I am talking to a client when it is impossible (or very inconvenient) to jot it down, I call Jott and it does it for me. I have it set up under speed dial and it is the first record in my phone's address book.It saves me time and the experience of having forgotten an appointment.

Bulent

this is another one that i want to make-up. i haven't had much time this week to do many wods or lifts. next week shulod be better. jonathan and i made up yesterday's wod i got 6:30rx and jonathan got 5:56rx. everyone did awesome during today's wod! i want to give a special shout out to bill o. and dave p. those two guys really dug deep during the 11:30. very fun to cheer the two of them on!

Shahrukh

An attorney is somonee who represents the legal interests of another by proxy. A lawyer is somonee who practices law. A barrister is a member of the bar, i.e. an officer of the court, a litigator. A solicitor is somonee who carries out legal negotiations and other tasks on behalf of his clients.In Canada's common-law provinces (everywhere but Quebec), the barrister/solicitor distinction is still formally recognized but the two professions have been fully merged (i.e. you can't be one and not the other). In Quebec, I understand that the term attorney has a specialized meaning (encompassing, I think, laymen with power of attorney), so it is not generally used interchangeably with lawyer in the other provinces in order to avoid confusion. In the US, of course, the terms lawyer and attorney are more or less interchangeable, with attorney having a slightly more archaic (and pretentious) ring to it. In at least some states, the formal licensing body refers to licensees as attorneys at law . I don't know when the US officially jetissonned the barrister/solicitor distinction it inherited from England; I suspect it was a gradual, state-by-state process.

Suhas

So glad I noticed this on Twitter beausce we've all sat around trying to figure out why American lawyers are commonly called attorneys yet in Canada we just call them all lawyers! On our two different sites for the respective countries we've referred to lawyers as attorneys on the US site beausce we thought that is how they are commonly referred to there. But maybe we can just call them all lawyers? I hope so. It would make my life easier!

Aminoxa

We had a great time! Thanks again to Ron Cope, Mary Hennessey and Trisha Budlong and their kids for helping make this event a scsuecs, and thanks to Jen Giordano for collecting food for Second Harvest Food Bank. Congrats to all our winners! See you at the block party on July 17th.

Hamida

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