"A perfectly silly, genius idea" -- David Letterman

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Will Ferrell and More Technical Difficulties


It was the Howard Stern entry all over again.


The first few photos of Will had an odd shadow.  In my haste to get the camera out through the bars of the window, had I knocked another piece of the camera loose? 


Yes, I had.  


Once again, the camera works fine without it.  

I suspect the next hard knock is going to send me camera shopping, but still, you have to admire a camera that can take such nice photos of pieces it's shed. 

Meanwhile, as the rest of the world slowly falls apart, the gum abides.

15 comments:

  1. David KazmierskiApril 7, 2012 at 6:52 PM

    They've got bars on the second floor windows? I guess Spider-man has been breaking into a lot of theaters lately... insert Spider-man Broadway show joke ...Or are the bars there so writers don't escape?

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    1. The bars keep us in, keep intruders out... and prevent large high-quality cameras from being used.

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  2. Maybe the Passover Possum will bring you a new camera.

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    1. I sat on Passover Possum's lap at a mall a couple weeks ago and mentioned the camera... we'll see what happens.

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    2. Isn't it Opossum?

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    3. No, you're thinking of Tommy O'Possum. He's just a weird Irish guy who hangs out in the food court.

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    4. David KazmierskiApril 8, 2012 at 9:45 PM

      I was thinking of going for an Irish joke, but I thought I'd set somebody else up. "CelebriGum is the YMCA basketball game of comedy." Steve if you ever need quote from another Dave you can use that one.

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    5. Not joking. Red-haired guy; always smells like Panda Express.

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    6. Maybe he thinks Panda Express' smell like him.

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    7. As usual, when things on CelebriGum spiral far out of my control, I'm 20% alarmed and 80% delighted.

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    8. David KazmierskiApril 9, 2012 at 8:51 PM

      I'm 80%.

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  3. #David, I believe the Passover "Possum" originated in Southern Israel where they tend to drop the leading "o".

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  4. Could the bit that dropped off become the lapel pin of all celebregum aficionados?

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    1. no no no Oprah has the trademark on all singular O's. I understand she was suing to get royalties fron every txt user who uses O instead of oh

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