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Blog Guy, I am, how you say, studying English as second language…
WELCOME TO OUR COUNTRY, FOREIGN PERSON!
Thank you for shouting, that really helps. I wonder, can you explain this word, “pathetic?” I do not think I understand it.
I’ll try. Look, there is this business tycoon in Austria, and he has so much money that every year he is able to invite a somewhat famous and reasonably good-looking female celebrity as his guest at the glitzy Vienna Opera Ball.
We’re talking the caliber of Paris Hilton here. This year, it’s Lindsay Lohan.
I see, and this is how you mean pathetic?
No. I’m not finished. Every year he actually meets the press to ANNOUNCE who his guest will be, and he and his wife or partner or girlfriend actually stand there showing PICTURES of the upcoming guest.
Blog Guy, I love your entertainment coverage. Can you run some photos from last night’s Golden Globe Awards, please?
Sure. Here you go.
Uh, not to complain or anything, but those are just sexy women AT the awards. I don’t even think they won anything. You just went for revealing outfits here!
Blog Guy, sometimes I see photos of President Barack Obama with prominent celebrities. Surely he can’t know who they all are, so what does he talk to them about?
Here’s how that works. The President’s staff comes up with just one single line for him to memorize about each celebrity. Something designed to trigger a very genuine, easy response from them, so nobody is embarrassed.
Blog Guy, it’s me again, the one has been asking a lot of questions about Roman Polanski, that director who is under house arrest in a Swiss Chalet. Now that he’s actually IN the chalet, I would expect you’d have fresh photos of him and his family, and maybe even more farmers standing in the driveway.
You’re in luck, stranger, we have great new photos! Here are actual shots of Polanski and his wife, Emmanuelle Seigner, at the chalet.
Blog Guy, you wrote about the Swiss chalet where director Roman Polanski may stay under house arrest while he fights extradition over a case of unlawful sex with a 13-year-old girl. The farmer in the driveway was a nice touch, but…
What else did you want to see?
It’s in Gstaad, in the Swiss Alps! Could we please see how the chalet looks with a dusting of snow?
Blog Guy, you seem to think you’re an entertainment blogger, but all you cover is American stuff. Other countries DO have movies and television as well.
I happen to know the German Bambi media awards were held recently. How about paying some attention to those?