Saturday, November 18, 2006

Anderson Cooper Keeps it Positive

I really enjoyed last night show. Who can control Robin Williams! Anderson just let it flow. I have never saw him laugh that much, and the idea of Gloria Vanderbilt walking around Manhattan with a Burka almost kept me up laughing all night. She must be so much fun. Still so active and alive at the young age of 82. I hope her new art exhibition, opened November 18 at the Andre Zarre Gallery, will be a total success.

From the Buffalo News

Keep it positive
Perhaps a little intimidated by having to follow the Dalai Lama's opening act, Anderson Cooper got some expert coaching for his own appearance last Saturday in the second installment of the University at Buffalo's Distinguished Speaker Series.
Taking the podium, first-time visitor Cooper pulled out a BlackBerry and read off an e-mail received a couple hours earlier from CNN colleague Wolf Blitzer, a UB alum.
Blitzer's advice on things for Cooper to remember was, more or less, this:
Go Bills. Go Sabres. Wings. Beef on weck (Cooper confessed to being puzzled by that one). And don't tell any snow jokes - they're sensitive about that.
Cooper obviously is a quick study. There were no snow jokes thereafter.

1 comentarios:

marie said...

I would also like to wish Gloria the best of luck at her exhibit.


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