Friday, March 7, 2008

FROM DEMI TO DUMMY AT 7TH AND MONTANA ...!

   

Roll out the Red Carpet, folks!  It was Celebrities Galore today at 7th and Montana as word spread that Actress Demi Moore and "Brit It Girl" Amanda De Cadenet made the scene at Our Favorite Starbucks.  The two could be seen slurping whole milk lattes and enjoying a perfect beach day in Santa Monica.  In related news, our very own One-Eyed Bandit achieved Celebrity Status today as a Commemorative "Plaque" bearing his name was installed on the "Wall of Fame" at the Federal Express office on Sunset Strip.  Indeed, I must take credit for this.  Throughout March, the Federal Express store near my office will put your name on its wall if you make a small donation to the March of DimesI donated this afternoon, but gave full credit to the "One-Eyed Bandit"...!

8 comments:

gazker said...

Whole milk Latte's huh? That must be their only meal of the day.
Gaz ;-)

solace223 said...

I wonder how the One-Eyed Bandit felt about his celebrity status.  ;)  And then wondered where the hell he came up with all that money in the first place!
Jamie

ab45yui said...

You're so silly, lol.

deshelestraci said...

Your life is way too exciting!  Love that you donated on his behalf!
Traci

kattytrick said...

Although you may have signed your donation "One-Eyed Bandit",you are anything BUT... short sighted... I believe you are not blind to the needs of others and would keep your eye on the needs of those around you.....much love...Kittie

princesssaurora said...

Wow!  You hobnobber you!  Demi!  She looks just as beautiful without being made up huh?  dang.  lol

be well,
Dawn
http://journals.aol.com/princesssaurora/CarpeDiem/

beckiepainton said...

i bet the one eyed bandit has actually got 3 eyes, hence the wide bandana, beckie x

gdireneoe said...

Oh lucky you!  I'm not one to follow the celebs too much, too often...but I think Demi is stunning...and brave for some of her roles.  I'm wondering though...why Ashton?  He seems brainless to me...maybe it's a boy-toy thing...hmm...  Kudos to you for your spirit of humanitarianism.  I've had the long-standing opinion that donations, volunteering, and the like should ALWAYS remain anonymous.  This whole business about tax credits and nepotism-istic luncheons makes me wanna' yerp. ;)  C.