Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Observations this third day of January...

Anderson Cooper on Times Square: "So it's actually — you know, I grew up in a much different New York where Times Square was kind of dirty and seedy. And we kind of liked it that way."

Uh huh....right. Times Square used to be porn and peepshow capital of the world. Anderson, you may need time in the naughty chair my friend.

Also seen in NYC...

Perhaps I need the naughty chair as well...lol.

2 comentarios:

Anonymous said...

Don't you love the fact that the well bred, polished Anderson can enjoy the dirt and sleaze like the rest of us?

Jade said...

It's what I live for...lol ;)

I maintain that all of us are more alike then we are different. As far as I know, we all still put our shoes on one at a time.

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