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Friday, February 21, 2003
VOL. II Issue 2J
MARY HINKLE LEAVES HER HUSBAND
After getting home Wednesday evening and getting a good nights sleep, Mary Hinkle struck out on her own in Harold's big Buick for Sioux Falls to be with her mother. Nothing much has changed with Agnes's situation, and no news is good news. That is, of course, unless you happen to publish a newsblog. Actually there is a chance that Agnes may get to come home sometime tomorrow if she's lucky.
Harold was considering finding a replacement for Mary. All of us here at the Holabird Advocate wish Harold lots of luck on that.
CELEBRITIES, THEY ARE EVERYWHERE
by Buster Brock, of the Holabird Advocate
Is it easy to be a celebrity or what. Television is just full of celebrities. That is, depending on your definition of the word. ABC gave us "Celebrity Mole", a show where I knew only one person, the host and former Minnesota Viking, Ahmed Rashad. Tell me, ABC, in what world is Kathy Griffin a celebrity. I dare say she could walk the streets of Holabird without being mobbed by fans and papparazzi.
Jerry Hinkle, our courageous, dynamic Publisher once referred to himself as a celebrity. Of course he also called Alec Baldwin a celebrity as well. Actually, he may have something there as I've heard of both of them. But just who is Kim Coles? A singer? An actress? Who is she?
Now ABC has a show called "I'm a Celebrity get me outta here!". Get a load of the cast of characters in this slippery little show. Has beens like Robin Leach, Downtown Julie Brown, Bruce Jenner, and Alana Steward mixed in with no-names like J. Lo's ex-husband, Joan Rivers' daughter, and a former "Barker's Beauty" from "The Price is Right". That's all you need to be a qualified celebrity
Of course ABC doesn't have a corner on this. CBS has Arsenio Hall (boy, would I like to "hit him with the digits" of my right fist) on "Star Search". Well America, I don't know about you, but I'm looking for the guy who played Radar on "Mash" to make a comeback. If not him how about "The hardest working white man in show business, Barry Sobel". What? Never heard of Barry Sobel? Oh come now! HE's a celebrity!!!
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