Monday, October 13, 2008


There was a request awhile back from one of our loyal readers(or commenters. I can't verify that any of you actually read this stuff.), asking for us Mad Bloggers to shed our cloak of anonymity and enlighten you all about ourselves. I don't go anywhere without my cloak, but I'll try to shed some detail on gman26. To do this, I've answered some random questions sent in by you guys:

What's your sign? Aquarius. But isn't that sort of obvious?

Where do you live? I used to live in the NY area, but not anymore. I live in a state that is red now, but might turn blue in November, if that gives you a hint.

How old are you?
Older than most of you, but not by much.

What's your favorite James Spader movie?
You had to put me on the spot, didn't you? Either Wolf or Less than Zero, but it's really hard to make that call. The man has had a great career.

If you could be an animal, what animal would you be?
An otter. They're so playful and genuinely seem to enjoy life.

Why is the economy so bad? Simple. The Fed let Mike and the Mad Dog break up. Notice the timing of their split and how the economy has gone to hell in a hand basket? Coincidence, I think not. Let's throw some taxpayer money at them to get them back together.


loki said...

Who was the last person you told you loved them?


jerkface said...

Whoa, whoa, hold it right there. "Wolf" and "Less Than Zero" combined aren't a pimple on "Wall Street" 's fanny. Then there's his guest appearance on "Seinfeld."

gman26 said...

The problem with Wall Street is that Spader was a good guy, like in sex, lies and videotape. Spader is his best as the villain. Like Steff in Pretty in Pink. "What are you doing, Blaine? Buying records? Are we going to shoot some skeet? Cause if we're going to shoot we gotta shake."

KBilly said...

Um, Secretary everyone? That was by far Spader's best film role. Shit, that's the only movie that makes Maggie Gyllenhall look even remotely attractive.

mad guy said...

Maggie Gyllenhall is way overrated. Not to mention her dumbass 9/11 comments. Shut up and cash your enormous checks for doing nothing; no one cares what celebrities think.

herc said...

Talk about overrated women -- what about the movie where Spader was shtupping Susan Sarandon?