*NEWS*CELEB……BAD WRAPS INK CARTRIDGES

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*NEWS*CELEB……BAD WRAPS INK CARTRIDGES

 user 2008-01-22 at 12:46:00 pm Views: 61
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    Alec Baldwin Knows Not Of Pedestrian Things Like Inkjet Cartridges
    On
    last night’s episode of NBC’s newest pulse-pounding series,
    Sorta-Celebrity Apprentice, Team Hydra and The Other Team found
    themselves suddenly plunged into the high stakes world of inkjet
    cartridge sales. Ask anyone who works at Staples, that sh*t is NO!
    JOKE! For real. Anyway, as we’ve learned through the course of the
    first three episodes, the real competition on this show has nothing to
    do with who wins a given challenge, it’s all about which
    Not-Really-That-Famous-Anymore Celebrity has the most number of famous
    digits in their cellphone and is not afraid to use ‘em. And last night,
    Stephen Baldwin raised the ante somethin’ fierce by putting in a call
    to the most famous person that he knows. And no, it wasn’t Billy
    Baldwin.

    It was Daniel Baldwin! No, just kidding, it was big
    brother Alec, who is quickly becoming to NBC what Richard Dawson was to
    ABC in the `70s — a consummate team player who’ll show up on any set
    so long as the craft service table is kickin’. When Alec (who, btw, was
    Bryll Creamed to the MAX) arrived, he acted like all big brothers do
    and used the opportunity to get off a few potshots at younger brother
    Stephen (example, “There’s no one more full of crap than Stephen”). But
    he also proved to be a good sport, too, buying a dozen printer
    cartridges at $1,000 per pop even though he has no idea how they work
    or what exactly they do. Which is truly amazing, when you think about
    it. Does the man not own a home computer and/or printer? Or is he just
    rich enough to employ his own indentured Geek Squad on the premises?
    File that one under questions to ask if MTV ever reignites their Cribs
    franchise.