What would you do for money, honey?
Submitted by Saint on Fri, 01/07/2005 - 12:46am. Funny
"Dude, the only way I would order it would be with the foil on the side, and the caviar shoved up the chef's ass, 'cause I am not eating fish eggs on my fucking ice cream."
"With one of those black cards, you could probably pay the maitre d' to do that."

--Two guys kicking through the snow in the alley behind my house. Cortez, CO.

In a (I think) related note, my wife and I got cable TV hooked up last week. This is the first time in my life I can watch VH1, Comedy Central (Drawn Together! Yay!), etc, in my own home. A long-standing Crue fan (basically, ever since I discovered there was more to music than the country crap my parents listened to), I looked in on Remaking Vince Neil. My morbid curiosity was overloaded when I realized he no longer looks like Vince Neil--he looks like Jon Lovitz playing Vince Neil in a sketch about aging rockers. I'm serious. Neil could be Lovitz's long-lost brother. Or maybe it's just me...has anyone else noticed? Or cared? Anyway. I might check in on it again later, to see if the resemblance is still there, if there's nothing else on, which will probably be the case.

/pointless exhausted ramble.
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Posted by Saint on Wed, 01/12/2005 - 9:48am.
Ever since I've heard of this fabulous American Express Centurion, I'm having fun imagining celebrities going on shopping sprees of such proportion that, at the end of it, they're reduced to pitching American Express cards to try and stave off paying the bill. What do you suppose De Niro bought?

Anyway...I'd like to hear from any past or present maitre d's, or even waiters: Would you stuff caviar up the chef's ass if someone charged a big enough tip for you on the shiny black card? And how much would be big enough?

And thank you, Apple, for letting me know I'm not crazy--or if I am, at least I'm in good company. :D
Ah yes
Posted by hypoxic on Mon, 01/10/2005 - 8:59am.
The fabled Black card. AMEX Black is supposedly the holy grail of cards. The perks involved with this card are apparently out of this world.
Posted by Apple on Fri, 01/07/2005 - 7:10pm.
I noticed that, too! Usually, when I notice something like this, I keep it to myself 'till somebody else brings it up. Cuts down on the "Dear heavens, she's been overdosing on her meds again" looks. *G*

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