Tuesday, February 23, 2010

How YOU Doin'?

Um, I'm doin' a little bit better than you I think, Matt LeBlanc...

Seriously. What the hell happened to you? You look like you're approaching the ripe old, I mean, OLE age of 60!

What's that? You're only 42?

Hm. I dig the silver fox look as much as the next guy (or girl) but you're no Anderson Cooper dude.

Might I suggest...
Up to you. Maybe you're trying to fit in to a new type cast? I know you haven't worked since the train wreck that was "Joey" but come on. This is really the way you want to go??
I'd get new reps. This is no bueno.

Friday, February 5, 2010

I Want That Job

It's no secret that my job is not something I want to do forever. My big issue is that I just don't know what I'd rather be doing. There are lots of things that I feel strongly about -- entertainment, theater, food -- but finding a lucrative career in those fields? Well, it's easier dreamed than done.

But if I were going to get to dream up my perfect job, and then make it my reality... I would totally want this guy's job!
Dear Sir,

How did you get this job, and how can I do the same? I wouldn't even care if it paid peanuts! The memories of spritzing down the gorgeous Kellan Lutz would be payment enough.

I'm just sayin'.


(PS that guy is totally touching himself. One hand in his pocket? C'mon...)

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Poor Puppy

So el chisme in the office today is all about this story...


The Associated Press
Tuesday, February 2, 2010; 6:49 PM

NEW YORK -- Officials say a New York City man beat his girlfriend's dog so brutally with a belt that the animal lost its left eye and suffered six broken ribs.

Manhattan prosecutors and animal welfare officers said Tuesday that Joseph Graves beat and kicked the 6-pound Yorkshire terrier while he was pet-sitting it Jan. 16.

Joseph Pentangelo with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said Graves took the 4-year-old dog to a veterinarian two days later.

Graves, a Manhattan resident, was arraigned Monday on a felony charge of aggravated animal cruelty. He was released on $2,000 bail.

Defense lawyer Henry Steinglass declined to immediately comment.

Um, I used to sit next to this guy at work. F'reals. If you had told me this upper-crust frat boy was capable of nearly killing a tiny dog I don't think I'd have believed you. Just goes to show you never really know what people are capable of.

Joe no longer works here. Good ridance, I say.

So sad. I hope the puppy gets better!