Don't Call Me A Zero, I'm Going To Be A Hero

I was thinking about a post by Ren regarding the fairly common occurrence of celebrity spotting in Los Angeles. What brought it to mind was the number of sightings I've had in the past couple of weeks, which is higher than normal for me.
  • Matthew McConaughey-the U2 concert. We were waiting to give our tickets and he came by, in his leather pants, to ask the ticket-taker where to find his entrance.
  • Brigitte Nielson-ArcLight Hollywood (best cinema in L.A.), a place where I regular see celebs.
  • Giovanni Ribisi-this morning on the sidewalk outside Cheetah's, the strip club that is very close to where I work. There's a film shoot that's been going on for a few days now, causing some problems with parking.
  • Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York-charitable visit (I'm assuming) to my place of work today. I was able to view her from across a room. She's very pretty, tall, and thin.
Okay, Paul Reubens definitely does not count. I could go on and on with famous folks I've "seen" at screenings, Q&A's, Comic Con, signings, etc. But, I knew they'd be there and possibly attended the event because they were there. There are a few that do stand out since I got to meet them after the Q&A such as Kiefer Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, and Michael Chiklis.

I also have a bad habit of thinking someone is a celebrity and they aren't. One time, I had Eric park the car and follow a guy with me in Santa Monica because I was convinced it was Jerry Seinfeld. It so wasn't Jerry Seinfeld.


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