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RX: "Who is John Stamos?"
Me: "I don't know who the hell John Stamos is; I'm long past the point where People magazine turned into Who Are These People? magazine."
Just a week ago my wife and I were laughing about the people in magazines at the doctor's office. There is all sorts of gossip about folks we never heard of who I guess are important to some body.Most of the names we recognize are old folks who have died and then about half the time I am surprised because I thought they were already dead. Anyway we had to laugh at the "important" celebrities we don't know doing crap we don't care about filling up the pages of magazines.
I agree to all if that, but I will say that Rockford Files was probably my all time favorite show, and I'll admit to being sad to hear James Garner had died.
John Stamos was briefly a sort of hero of mine,because he was married to Rebecca Romijn,who was the most-beautiful-woman-in-the-world for a while,but then they got divorced ,and now he's definitely "who's John Stamos?" again.
He's a short Greek-American dude, who is currently selling yogurt.What billf said...gfa
I think he is some guy that sells yogurt.
I hear James Garner passed. Now that is a name I know.I do remember hearing John Stamos, but hell if I can remember why. Maybe he robbed a bank?
ROTF... good one! :-)
"Who's John Stamos?""Get me John Stamos.""Get me a John Stamos TYPE.""Who's John Stamos?'(Originally attributed to Hugh O'Brien.)
I get mad at myself if I can successfully identify too many people on the rag covers in the Grocery line.
What is People magazine?
I know who John Stamos is. He was on a TV show that my daughter watched when she was a little girl. My daughter is about a year younger than the Olson twins. His current career is an answer to the question of what do former C list actors do after their moment of fame.
People Magazine started in 1974 (I just looked it up) and I remember a friend's wife having a copy about then. I looked it over and told myself that there was no way it would last more than a couple or 3 more issues. Who was interested in what those celebrities were up to? Most were simply famous for being famous.
Rickn8or, I also heard it attributed to Mary Astor.Is John Stamos selling retirement village lots in Arkansas with Erik Estrada?
Celebrity gossip is talking politics for ignorant people.
All I know is, Mrs. Drang switched brands of grick yogurt...(Me, I can't tell the difference between grick, frog, or good old 'Murcan yogurt.)
My first thought was "He was the commander in the Battlestar Galactica reboot, which I never did see but, ummmm..."Then I realized that I was thinking of Edward James Olmos, who was also in Blade Runner. Completely different guy.Which leaves me not knowing who John Stamps was. Is. Whatever.Hope this helps.
He was a dude who plagued the sitcoms I watched in the 90s. (Hey. I was a kid. No, I did NOT have anything better to do.)
"Who is John Stamos?"This is the worst adaptation of *Atlas Shrugged* I've ever heard of.
He stopped the fermented milk of the world! About damn time, too.
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