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Photo essay.

Thought I’d share a few iPhone photos from my recent adventures.

Lots of chips and a cold PBR. It doesn’t get much better than that. Well OK, it does–but nevertheless.

 

I don’t usually play the video poker games, but I dropped a few bucks into one while waiting for a beer at Caesars in Vegas, and voila. Straight flush.

 

At a  charity event with my friends Craig Carter, Tim King (future president of the United States) and Chris Zorich. WTF is the deal with that hair, RR.

My friend MC with “House,” who works at the Boss Bar. Looks like one of those shots you see in the Guinness Book of Records. House is just a LITTLE bit taller than MC.

My friend Karl, helping some guy with his golf game.

This signed Tracy Nelson photo was on the wall in the makeup room in the studio complex where I did a shoot for Starz the other day. The studio is in Denver. Wasn’t “The Father Dowling Mysteries” set in Chicago? I’m so confused…

4 Responses to “Photo essay.”

  1. Amanda Says:

    Looks like you tried to copy Brian Grazer’s hairdo (or maybe Michael Emerson on LOST) in the buddy shot… but anything that doesn’t look like something Phil Spector would fancy is OK.

    I like the “bloggy” tone of this post, by the way. Much less column like whithout being a resume of all the meals you’ve had today, an outfit of the day pic and cute kids/animals photos with forced captions. More posts like this in the future, please.

  2. Dylan Says:

    Dude you must really like poker, cool stuff.

  3. Chris Says:

    Congrats on the straight flush… wow

  4. Mr. Paul Says:

    The Father Dowling Mysteries was filmed in Denver, near capitol hill / east Denver. Older neighborhood, 1920′s, similar to most Chicago neighborhoods. Not sure what city the series was based on. That and ‘Things to do in Denver when you are dead’ were about the only things filmed in the area during the late 80′s and early 90′s.

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