This Picture Says Everything and Nothing

Benjamin left the gravy-smothered biscuit land of Georgia to pursue an M.A. in Cinema Studies at NYU.  Yes, he wanted to be that person at the party.  Now he lives in Brooklyn and works in the city to pay the bills and feed his awful addiction to movies.  He likes Classic Hollywood, Horror movies, Technicolor melodramas, U2 and Showgirls. And, should this picture not make it clear enough, he loves food.  Perhaps a bit too much.

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He also has fake grass.  Go figure.

You can e-mail him at nobodyputsbabyinahorner@gmail.com.  He welcomes your comments, and he hopes you enjoy stay.  It’s good to have you with us, even if it’s just for the day.

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18 Responses

  1. As a close friend and ex-roommate, I wanted to let you know that I love your blog.

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    • I’m more than pleased to hear that it meets the Parker Seal of Approval. After all, you’ve seen into men’s souls before…

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      • Oh, snap. You’re right! And I shared that experience with you.

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  2. I remember that fake grass!

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  3. And I love it too. Dana says this is his favorite page. I can see why. Good to see your face again, even if it’s on my screen.

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  4. Thanks for the nice words on my blog!

    “gravy-smothered biscuit land of Georgia”

    Oh man. Traveling through the US is on my to-do list and I plan on drowning myself in Southern food. My first plate of fried chicken will probably give me a face like that first picture.

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  5. Nice blog! New York sweet, love that place!

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  6. You made it on one my Blogroll lists 😀

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  7. Mine too! I found this blog by accident when I was trying to figure out what that preposterous song in the Post Grad trailer is, and low and behold, here’s where I landed.

    Been hooked ever since 🙂

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  8. I hope the fake grass isn’t food.

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  9. I wanted to write & say that your post about Betty Draper in Italy inspired me to make a “how to” video on her hairstyle! I love that post so much that I often stop by to re-read it and giggle. Thank you for the inspiration! Please visit me!

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    • This is one of the nicest comments I’ve gotten here. Thank you, Berlin Hair Baby. I look forward to checking out your videos.

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  10. Wow, I discovered this site by accident when I totally stole your leap year poster for my own nefarious purposes, but I think I love you.

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  11. You are soooo talented in writing. God is truly using you in miraculous methods. You are doing a great job! This was a wonderful blog!

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  12. I can’t remember how I found this blog but hell…I’m sure glad I did! 😀

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    • I’m quite glad to hear it, Craig!

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  13. You’re on to something, keep it up.

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    • Thanks, Pete! I’m doin’ my best to do so!

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