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Friday, May 26, 2006

Unreliable Source

Clearly, the WaPo's Reliable Source does not read our blog, or they would have known what Macaulay Culkin and Mila Kunis were in town for.

6 Comments:

Blogger Red Fraggle said...

They still don't even know which school he went to! Hell, even her rep didn't know. Inexcusable.

5/26/2006 12:46 PM  
Blogger Laura Holt said...

I think this is our first experience being AHEAD of the gossip columns. Way to go Red!

5/26/2006 1:19 PM  
Anonymous Amy said...

Actually... I *do* read your blog now and then, at least when a link takes me there, and I enjoy it. Alas, didn't see it this week. But never hesitate to drop us a line when you see something we should know -- that's where tips come from! I mean, WE sure as hell weren't out on Pennsylvania Ave. at 8:30 a.m. yesterday; it was a reader who spotted them and told us. (Spent all day searching student directories and address databases for the whereabouts of Mike Kunis after Mila's publicist fell short, but to no avail...) Anyway, good work!

5/26/2006 4:54 PM  
Blogger Bailey Quarters said...

Color me shocked! Thanks for stopping by Amy. You are my first source for celebrity gossip, so I hope you understand that my post was intended to be tongue-in-cheek. It never occured to me that you might actually be reading!

5/26/2006 6:03 PM  
Blogger Red Fraggle said...

And we will update you on good DC-area sightings. Although it wouldn't have occurred to me to tell you about something that happened in Charlottesville--I didn't know they would be moving along to DC after graduation. (I should have offered them a ride!)

5/26/2006 6:09 PM  
Anonymous Amy said...

Yeah, it's strange to think that they lingered so many days between Piedmont Virginia and D.C. -- and kept such an apparently low profile between Sunday and Thursday a.m. What on earth could they have been up to all that time?

Anyway, nice communicating with you all. Love your pseudonyms. (Uh, they are pseudonyms, right?)

5/30/2006 12:29 PM  

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