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June 28, 2006

BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETINhoff

(Thanks to lucy van pelt)

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Is this part of that whole Shatner phenomenon?

geez, this guy's got an ego the size of a barn.

I've been known to cry, and I've never made headlines!

I wonder if he says Dirk Nopwitsky when eh needs to calm down from all those red bulls...first!

I'd like to be the first to vote him off America's Got Talent.

thats Nowitsky...and I wasnt first

Shouldn't the headline been "Tales of Hoff-man"?

The corrected headline should read:

Hasselhoff sings (sic) and acts (sic), and has been known to make audiences cry

Wow - five simul-postings for first! is that some sort of a record? (Outside of the 24 threads, of course). Was it as good for the rest of you as it was for me?

And three simul-postings for second! We are GOOD!

I was all set to make endless fun of him, but then he had to tell that brain cancer story and ruin it. Thanks a lot, David Hasselhoff.

ahhh! please don't equate shatner with The Hass!

if judi was a lesbian, we wouldn't have to endure these types of posts.

as a matter of fact, we would see more ramparts.

OH! I remember him now! He was on that lifeguard show with Erika Eleniak, Holly Gagnier, Nicole Eggert, Pam Anderson, Kelly Slater, Susan Anton, Donna D'Errico, Carmen Electra, etc.
There were some dude type guys on there too, I think.

Six "love/loved's" in one paragraph. With such a talent for words, he should be writing songs for Barry Manilow,

I'm with fivver: Hassel the Hoff sings and acts?

That is definitely a matter of opinion.

Mine is NO.

I think maybe the "Hoff" could use an additional nickname, like Jack, and put it in front of the Hoff...

Can't wait until he teams up with Twitney, singing or otherwise. Rrrrrrretchhhh!
By now, I'm guessing he can braid his ear hair, and shave messages in his back hair.

Holy moly, that was one fiendish pop-up ad on that page. If you clicked to turn it off, it got bigger!! Like one of those super-antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria. How the heck do those devils who invent these things sleep at night with that on their conscience?

At a glance the title:

Hasselhoff sings and acts, and has been known to cry

became

Hasselhoff, has been

Much laughing ensued. My brain's auto-editing rocks.

*does a little dance*

I am officially famous!

Exclusive Bulletin
One time when David Hasselhoff was a cute little baby, he went to the doctor's office and got a shot, and get this: he cried. Front Page News.

I don't know why but that is what I envisioned when I read the headline.

The funny thing is...

My wife has a copy of Jeckyll and Hyde the musical on DVD. We have seen the show twice on stage. The Hoff really isn't that bad in the role.Hooked on a feeling

Congrats, Lucy!

(Seems to me you were already famous, though . . . ;-) )

*curtsies all around*

Thanks, Renee the 1st.

But I gave up my lucrative job on Charlie Brown because Dave's Columns (and all other adults) read like:

Waohhh, Waohhh, Waohhh,
Waohhh, Waohhh, Waohhh,
Waohhh, Waohhh, Waohhh,...

I will always remember David fondly for his role in Knight Rider, which was an early 80's show about a car, named KITT, that could talk in the same voice as the chief of surgery on St. Elsewhere and was able to analyze any substance in the known universe in it's specially modified glove compartment. I believe the highlight of the series came when someone cloned KITT for illegal purposes. The evil car's name was, get ready - KARR.

I think between Knight Rider, The A-Team, The Dukes of Hazzard, and the Incredible Hulk my poor little brain was damaged beyond return. In fact I lived in Georgia when the Dukes of Hazzard (county) was on and I spend years looking at maps of the state before I realized THERE WAS NO HAZZARD COUNTY! Imagine the shock.

By the way, I can still sing the song that opens Smokey and the Bandit. "You heard the legend of Jessie James, and John Henry just to mention some names but there's a truck driving legend in the South today, a man called Bandit from Atlanta, GA..."

I love that song Darla. I grew up watching those shows too. I think the A-team and Dukes of Hazzard was when I first realised I was a redneck, one from Boston but still a redneck.

Of course Jeff Foxworthy describes a redneck as someone that lacks sophistication and one that would wear a purchase out of the store that they bought it in.

Uhm... Blurkernomore... Kelly Slater is a dude type guy.

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