In the TImeWarner elevator: Gloria Estefan. Apparently. I was watching the Elevator TV channel so I didn’t notice, but she was pointed out to me after the fact by Eric, my producer. By some strange coincidence Eric and I were dressed exactly alike, then I changed into my outfit and put on a purple shirt like Glenn’s. Apparently I am unable to put a tie on straight.
The fact that the word mélange brought everything to a screeching halt gave me an idea. From now on I’m going to throw in more French-origin words and see how far off-topic we can get. Next segment: bricolage.
Amazingly, we got through everything we intended to get through, though sadly I got clipped at the end when telling Glenn “Don’t snitch.”
I didn’t even catch the Pamela Anderson comment on TV; it was funny.
I’m saddened you were cutoff. Does “don’t snitch” mean anything special in this case? Or would it have just been an attempt to stay cool with your rap/crime/gang friends? Or an attempt to “out-white” Glenn? (Which might not be doable.)
Yeah, Glenn is awful white, in’t he? Hey, if you want some good french words to casually drop into the middle of conversations, let me know. I live in Montreal and I’m bilingual AND I think bricolage is excellent, although I’m also partial to lessive (laundry, but it sounds so much sexier in french).
When’s Caveman on? I kinda have a thing for men with clubs…..
Well, I watched Cavemen, for some reason. Now I am totally on board with Glenn, Ahmadinejad is not only bad and evil, but twenty-five Ahmadinejads may be the coming armageddon. What a horrible show! And, I realize it was the first episode, so I did compensate for that. But, I can only compensate so much, and then I die. The only good part of the show was the guy who plays Terry in Reno 911. They should have made a show based on the Geico gecko, instead. Now that could have been good.
So, I’m wondering if the scale you used was inverse — more Ahmadinejads is worse (like in real life), fewer Ahmadinejads is better, and a dead Ahmadinejad is best. I may have to watch Kid Nation… or, not.
Quick– trademark the “Ahmadinejad” TV rating system before someone beats you to it! The “thumbs up/down” movie rating system is getting old and this is the wave of the future… of course, I wouldn’t rule out the “Pamela Anderson” system either (A/B/C/D/Double D/oh-my-dear-god.