Monday, December 12, 2005

paparazzed


So, just doing some shopping and walking in SoHo when me and meatcute come upon some paparazzi. I'm in fact more excited about the fact that they are real live paps, than who they are shooting.

MC: It's Elizabeth Berkley.
JP: really? (to the paps) Is that Elizabeth Berkley.
Young pap: [nods head]
JP: Wow. Let's take pictures of them, taking pictures of Elizabeth Berkley.



She actually looked great, her skin glowing after some facial or something in the fancy spa. She must have known that two men in hoodies with large cameras were snapping away -- and loving it. she stood there for a good 10 minutes chatting away in clear view. So we got some poor cell phone pics of the paps taking photos of Miss Jesse from saved by the bell (or perhaps you are thinking of her in showgirls).

Anyway, later I wondered if I should have gone to the rescue, entered the spa and said, "Elizabeth? There's these guys stealing your soul for a few bucks outside." then she would have thanked me and I would have blushed and been the hero. Or not. I've watched that MTV show about how the paparazzi work and how much they get paid. how much could a washed-up actress (albeit tall and gorgeous) be bringing in these days. Nah, they needed those couple of bucks. God bless em.

3 Comments:

At 10:05 AM, Blogger Nicole said...

I like the people taking pictures of other people pictures idea focused into the idea of pictures of paparazzi taking pictures of celebrities. But first, you need a better camera phone. And second, I need to learn how to use hyphens, quotation marks and/or different word choices to create readable comments.

 
At 6:34 AM, Blogger Jerry said...

alas, my phone's camera is even worse -- these were taken by meatcute for me. He apologized for their crumminess but I wanted the proof anyway. Who knew that I'd actually WANT to use that stupid camera phone anyway. I hear they have ones that even predict when you're preggers these days (or is that they can fertilize you through satellite? Who knew technology would ever be so grand?)

 
At 11:33 AM, Blogger Dee said...

Jerry, you have hit the bird on the nose. Or should I say, "dove?" I'd add more, but I wouldn't want to be accused of being too "spirited!"

PS: You still watch TV?!

 

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