Wellon Dowd: I don't begrudge Bill Murray enjoying the Bill Murrayness of being Bill Murray, but if I was as available for life to happen to me as he is I'd have been beaten up or arrest years ago.
BafflerMeal: He's been a hero of mine ever since he wrangled out 'Razor's Edge' from Hollywood, then took four years off to live in Paris.
johnny_vegas: Hmmmm....you would almost think he has a movie coming out soon/oh wait
doyner: Wow. Lots of Bill Murray hate in here.Sooooo, which one of you is Bill Murray?
gshepnyc: johnny_vegas: Hmmmm....you would almost think he has a movie coming out soon/oh waitWhy else would he be doing interviews? When you make what you think is a clever comment, in your case, you're probably wrong.
The Stealth Hippopotamus: No one is going to believe you.
Mad_Radhu: [www.mbird.com image 620x349]Lost in Translation was a documentary and the events happened in real time.
Mikey1969: johnny_vegas: Hmmmm....you would almost think he has a movie coming out soon/oh waitHow weird for an actor to go out on the road when they have a movie coming out. Bill Murray just set a new standard for the world. THE WORLD!!!
Mikey1969: So did the french fry thing happen or not? Sounds like it just might have, if the Karaoke thing is his type of thing...
The Stealth Hippopotamus: Mikey1969: So did the french fry thing happen or not? Sounds like it just might have, if the Karaoke thing is his type of thing...I bet it's happened a few dozen times. It may or may not have happened before he told the story about it.
whither_apophis: But what if that stranger's house turned out to be Harold Ramis'?
Cymbal: doyner: Wow. Lots of Bill Murray hate in here.Sooooo, which one of you is Bill Murray?It's because he turned into a most pretentious hipster. And to a lesser extent he's not as funny as he was.
Nana's Vibrator: yakmans_dad:but the audience changed on him. We grew up on his gags. So, don't speak ill ofYou could probably say that of any successful entertainer who had more than their share of fame
Stinkbeard: Nana's Vibrator: yakmans_dad:but the audience changed on him. We grew up on his gags. So, don't speak ill ofYou could probably say that of any successful entertainer who had more than their share of fameI hate that phrase, more than any other. Just how much is his share? How would one know when your fair share has been reached? I can't stand when people say "I've had more than my fair share of women" or "fun" or "success" or whatever. Anyone who would say that phrase has to be to the gym in 26 minutes./nothing personal to Nana's//big fan///three slashies
doyner: The Man Who Knew Too Little was severely underrated.
kb8080: I taught two of Bill's kids and I once had to show him how to use our online grade/class info website. The man had about zero computer skill, but was good natured about learning the system. He also seemed to be a pretty good dad, often dropping off his kids at school, going to all the sporting events his schedule would allow, and even hanging out many mornings in the parking lot with us teachers & administrators. One of my favorite Bill geek out moments (kept it to myself, thankfully) was when he handed me his phone one morning and asked me to put my number into it because he couldn't figure out how to add contacts to his new phone. I just kept thinking to myself "I'm in Bill Murray's contact list!!", all the while keeping a straight face. He's never actually called me (not surprised) but still it's a good story to tell over drinks.
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