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Thursday, March 16, 2006
CLOONEY & HIS SUPPOSED OTHER BLOG
Supposedly, Clooney was a blogger in 2004, according to Fly On The Wall, who was rumored to have been an in-the-know Hollywood VIP. Of course, I can't prove who those bloggers really are; I'm just passing this along in light of this current hilarious he said/she/said huffiness.
His anonymous blog [ http://bushatrocity.journalspace.com/ ]was a short-lived anti-Bush rant'n'rave, not much different from what he spews now, except without the benefit of his billion-dollar smile.
Interestingly enough, both Fly and the supposed Clooney stopped blogging on the same day: November 1, 2004. The "Clooney blog" was taken down sometime last fall. In case Fly decided to follow suit, I grabbed screen shots.
Normally, I wouldn't post anything on this story, except that Clooney claims he doesn't know how to blog.
Blog imbroglio: Clooney huffs over posting
In a post on her site, Huff yesterday said when she invited Clooney to blog on her site, the actor said he wasn't sure how to do it. (It's kinda like a book report, George.) She says she sent him a sample blog using the quotes. "Three days later," she writes, a publicist for the Clooney flick Good Night, and Good Luck "e-mailed again, approving, without any changes, what we had sent."
Huffy has a witness ...
The Clooney Incident
John Amato and I were there with Arianna on the night in question when she spoke to George Clooney about blogging, and the conversation went down as she describes it today.
I don't know if Clooney got spooked because Fox News went after him or if he just doesn't know that his office bungled the communique but I've seen the email exchanges and Arianna is absolutely right on this one.
Surf over to Fly's, before it too is taken down, to read the comments, some of which are priceless: Geez, George. As the gruff, but loveable Sergeant Hulka said in that cinematic classic, Stripes, "Lighten up Francis."