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 Posted: Sun Dec 1st, 2019 10:41 pm
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Benlen wrote: 30 yrs ago I took my GF to dinner in Los Angeles. Went to take a leak. While in there Pat Sajak walks in and takes a leak next to me.

That's how shitty my life has been.

Did you buy a vowel? Take a peek at his chubb?



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I met Dr. Martin Luther King in 1962 in Memphis, Tennessee. I walkin' down the street minding my own business, just walking on. Feelin' good. I walk around the corner, a man walk up, hit me in my chest, right. I fall on the ground, right. And I look up and it's Dr. Martin Luther King. I said 'Dr. King?' and he said 'Ooops, I thought you were somebody else.



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Married Jo wrote: I met Dr. Martin Luther King in 1962 in Memphis, Tennessee. I walkin' down the street minding my own business, just walking on. Feelin' good. I walk around the corner, a man walk up, hit me in my chest, right. I fall on the ground, right. And I look up and it's Dr. Martin Luther King. I said 'Dr. King?' and he said 'Ooops, I thought you were somebody else.I don't know man. I believe that story about as much as I believe the Stan Stasiak winning the belt story.



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WongLee wrote: Married Jo wrote: I met Dr. Martin Luther King in 1962 in Memphis, Tennessee. I walkin' down the street minding my own business, just walking on. Feelin' good. I walk around the corner, a man walk up, hit me in my chest, right. I fall on the ground, right. And I look up and it's Dr. Martin Luther King. I said 'Dr. King?' and he said 'Ooops, I thought you were somebody else.I don't know man. I believe that story about as much as I believe the Stan Stasiak winning the belt story.
Call me gullible, but I can buy it.  I mean, think about it...all of us white people look alike, it’s totally possible that the man with more streets named after him posthumously than even Lincoln could’ve been mistaken.  Maybe one of the agents went up to him and told him he was going over, right there in Memphis, Tennessee.  So, he just gave Married Jo his version of the JYD THUMP and that was that.  I bet Elder Vince made the call.



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Superstar wrote: WongLee wrote: Married Jo wrote:  it’s totally possible that the man with more streets named after him posthumously than even Lincoln could’ve been mistaken.  And here's another thing that grinds my gears. How come no matter what the city, if the street is renamed Martin Luther King Boulevard, it automatically becomes the killingest, drug sellingist, hookers in broad daylightiest street in the whole city? I don't think Martin wanted that. Maybe the hooker part but nothing else.



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WongLee wrote: Superstar wrote: WongLee wrote: Married Jo wrote:  it’s totally possible that the man with more streets named after him posthumously than even Lincoln could’ve been mistaken.  And here's another thing that grinds my gears. How come no matter what the city, if the street is renamed Martin Luther King Boulevard, it automatically becomes the killingest, drug sellingist, hookers in broad daylightiest street in the whole city? I don't think Martin wanted that. Maybe the hooker part but nothing else.

Malcolm X Boulevard is always a lot more dangerous, but fortunately he doesn't have as many streets named after him.



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I have had several interactions.

In 09, I was still consulting for the firm that bought out mine. Basically, I went to dinners with my clients in Canada. Anyway, coming back from Toronto on a fairly small plane (which was the standard), I am seated next to a younger blonde. Hair pulled back, baseball hat and no makeup. We talk a bit. She asks what I do. I explain the boring shit to her and ask what she does. She tells me film and TV. I stupidly ask if she is in anything I might know. She asks if I have seen 24?

The light bulb goes off. It is Elisha Cuthbert. I ask a bunch of questions. Ask about Keiffer. She tells me that he was OK and helped her avoid some pitfalls but would smoke everywhere, even directly underneath "no smoking" signs. She even said she was a casual smoker but some people would lose their minds when he would do that. She was surprised to get the role because she didn't think she looked young enough to play his daughter. She did tease me by saying there was one person in the cast who she despised. Would not say who. She was coming into Philly to see her boyfriend who was a NHL player and had a game in Philly the next night. Said she was visiting relatives in Canada. I asked for her favorite move experience and she said working with Timothy Olyphant in some movie where she played a porn star. Said he had everyone laughing all the time.

I rode on a train with Peter Coyote. He has done a million films and now seems to do voice over work. Guessing it was 05 or 06. I was in one of those 4 way seats on the train to NY. He was a pretentious dick. On the phone talking to someone saying he was "arriving in the city with the great unwashed". Just an overall asshole.

I was at a hardware store maybe a mile from my house about 15 years ago. I made the turn into an aisle and literally bumped into someone who looked familiar. The guy checks out a couple of people in front of me. This is a mom and pop shop. I ask the cashier if she knew who that guy was. She tells me it was Chuck Barris from The Gong Show fame.

I sat in a first class seat to Phoenix next to Ed Rendell. Sometime in the 07/08 time frame. I recall that because I was going there to try and save an account. Didn't work. Anyway, he doesn't say one word the entire time and it was clear he didn't want to talk.

My cousin had a great one from several years ago. She and her companion were automatically upgraded on a flight to LA. She had a ton of miles from overseas trips for research on some thesis she did for her Doctorate. Anyway, they get to the gate and are called up by an agent. The agent tells them that they need to reseat them in coach because of some "exceptional circumstances". Amazingly, they were fairly nice about it and gave them voucher and promised them they would tell the flight attendants to comp their drinks. Again, I am amazed because the airline actually followed up.

About mid-way through the flight, a guy in a baseball hat pulled down very far comes back with 2 beers. By this point, they already had a couple but were far from drunk. The guy stops by their row, leans down, hands them the beers and introduces himself as "Tom" and thanks them for being so nice. It was Tom Hanks. He tells them that he is not against flying coach but the airlines have an issue with it because they say it creates a distraction. Said it was a last minute deal and he was sorry someone lost their seats. Talked to them for about 5 minutes. A few people recognized him but this was before selfies became the rage.

I have had a lot of interactions with local Philly sports guys but you have to be a fan to appreciate those.

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Dave Grohl - met him 3 times, was cool as fuck all 3 times.  Have him some biking tips (the band keeps BMX bikes on the tour bus and they ride around while their driver sleeps).  John Rzeznik is a complete asshole, the other Goo Goo Dolls is cool as fuck.  Steve Earle is awesome (brings his dog on tour), just dont mention John Mellencamp to him. 

Held a Starbucks door open for Ben Stiller in Massena NU while he was filming the Dannemora movie.  Didn't realize it was him until the staff told me.  A few family friends are hanging around in the background of that series. 

Have met a shit ton of hockey players. Gordie Howe sent me to the penalty box at his old Traverse City restaurant for putting my elbow on the table.  Jean Beliveau was a complete gentleman, Phil Esposito is a dickhead but immensely entertaining,. PK Subban doesn't realize the benefits of taking a couple advil after a night of binge drinking, former Isles goalie Billy Smith likes chasing skirts.  Wendel Clark is a prick, Joe Thornton is funny as hell.  

Rasslin wise our family had a camp in Minnesota fairly close to the Zenks camp north of Minneapolis.  No real good Tom Zenk stories outside seeing him a bar a couple times in the 90s and he told me some shit about Buck Zumhoff that was horrifying (and turned out to be 100% true). I still keep in touch with one of his Nephews, usually shooting the shit about beer.

Met the Iron Shiek at a fan event and when he offered to barter some of my pain pills for a signed 8x10 he lost his shit when I told him Jim Neidhart promised me 2 autographs and a picture for them.  FWIW I kept them all for myself.

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Angelic Assassin wrote: Benlen wrote: 30 yrs ago I took my GF to dinner in Los Angeles. Went to take a leak. While in there Pat Sajak walks in and takes a leak next to me.

That's how shitty my life has been.

Did you buy a vowel? Take a peek at his chubb?
We stared each other down then broke into a sword fight. It was wet everywhere. I was losing and called for help. The bus boy came rushing in and tagged in.

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