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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Jimmy Fallon


CelebriGum encompasses the heights of joy and the depths of despair.

 Affable, popular "Late Night" host Jimmy Fallon beams with delight as he approaches a friend…



… and shares a hug.  


But note the damage to the dumpster lid.  A couple days earlier, despondent over my failure to get gum photos of Claire Danes, Emma Watson, Neil Young, or even British Prime Minister David Cameron, I leaped from the second story window in an attempt to end it all.

The bruises are fading and, thanks to the support of family and friends, I'm in a better place now.  I have a healthy perspective on what's important.  

I just better get Tom Hanks on Monday. 


12 comments:

  1. Does your health insurance cover busted dumpster lids?

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    1. The WGA insurance covers my injuries. The DGA (Dumpster Guild of America) covers any claims from the dumpster.

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    2. We need a single-payer dumpster care system.

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  2. I smell a cover-up. I believe the gum can morph into a cruel malicious menance who threw Ms. Danes off the ledge, because he thought she was a real CIA agent.

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    1. Certainly not the craziest conspiracy theory I've seen on the internet.

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    2. Betty Carroll BiernottOctober 18, 2012 at 12:58 PM

      May I suggest you open the lid next time you go dumpster diving? You may find something that makes life worth living inside. Or at least you may find a nice pair of trousers-or lunch.

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    3. Odd how these very valid points never occur to the suicidal.

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  3. If the lid was open your fall would have been cushioned by last week's jokes. D'ohhhhhhhhhhhh.

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    1. No, Karl. As part of the Late Show's eco-friendly recycling program, we don't throw jokes away, we use them again and again. D'ohhhhhhhhhhhh.

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    2. ...and again, and again, and again....and again...

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    3. Every Earth Day, we even recycle jokes about how we recycle jokes.

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