Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Michelle Johnson Who?

SELLER: Michelle Johnson
LOCATION: Blue Jay Way, West Hollywood, CA
PRICE: $6,350,000
SIZE: 2,985 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
DESCRIPTION: Magnificent celebrity estate. Incredibly beautiful, warm contempo dwntn to ocean view masterpiece. Gated and completely pvt, the home has been completely renovated and has high ceilings, large open floor plan. Fabulous media room. Sumptuous Master, large open eat-in kitchen, dining, living, all look over pool and spa w/ astounding head on views.

YOUR MAMAS NOTES: Your Mama has been getting multiple and daily emails about this high in the hills of Hollywood property ever since it popped up for sale last week. The reason so many folks seem to be interested in this property is because the listing clearly states that the home is "celebrity" owned. Several people suggested to Your Mama that the home belongs to the usually scantily and scandalously clad 60-something actress Edy Williams, who some of the children may remember as the gal who strutted her once fine stuff as Ashley St. Ives in Beyond The Valley of the Dolls. Miz Williams was also famously married to pulp producer Russ Meyer (Common Law Cabin, Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!) and was long rumored to be in some sort of a romantic entanglement with LA based "gangster" Mickey Cohen before he died in 1976.

In reality, the current owner of this house on Blue Jay Way is a little less colorful, a lot less campy, and quite possibly far less well known than our dear Miz Williams, who deelishusly inhabits a vaunted and well earned position in the sordid and seedy underbelly of Hollywood that is rarely depicted on the pages of all the gossip glossies.

Property records do in fact show that the outlandish, publicity luvvin' and ever so entertaining Miz Williams did indeed shack up her bawdy beads and baubles in this Bird Street aerie. However, the boob baring senior citizen sold the house back in June of 2002 to a couple of gentleman who quickly flipped the house to its current owner in December of 2002. After digging down and questioning a number of our contacts and sources, Your Mama has learned the house belongs to ack-tur-us Michelle Johnson.

Don't know who she is? We didn't either until we scanned her Internet Movie Data Base resume. Yes babies, this is indeed the actress who played the oft nekkid teenage love interest of Michael Caine in the creepy 1984 romantic comedy Blame It on Rio. Miz Johnson went on to appear on several episodes of The Love Boat as well as a large number of small roles in independent and made for television films Your Mama has never heard of, let alone seen.

While Miz Johnson, all due respect, may have never quite "made it" to the big time in the rough and tumble world of Hollywood, she sure knows how to pick out a nice house in the hills, shove it full of all sorts of Buddhas and luxe looking beige things and dump it on the market with a big asking price.

The recently renovated 2,985 square foot residence with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms has jaw dropping jetliner views and is currently being shopped around with an asking price of $6,350,000, which makes it purr-fect for some stupendously rich and "sexy" LA type who drives a Porsche Cayenne, shops at Maxfield, eats at Koi and drinks behind the velvet rope at Villa.

Your Mama is not usually down with interior day-core in which the dominant color is beige. But for some reason, we like this place. We dig the sleek, if not particularly design forward kitchen. We swoon over the plunge-sized pool and the easy maintenance landscaping. Yes, of course we can see that it's been staged for the photos which gives it that somewhat lifeless look; No, it's not particularly child friendly, but Your Mama does not care for small children that much anyway; And, natch, we'd immediately remove those upsetting Buddha posters in the living room and replace them with real art. But overall, this is a very calming and pretty house if you are able to tolerate and appreciate the beige contempo meets Hindu temple meets West Hollywood yoga studio sort of thing which, quite frankly, seems to be very popular among a good number of the forty-something Hollywood set. Or at least it's popular with their nice gay decorators. Or is it just popular with home stagers?

Anyhoo, here's the thing kids, whether you or Your Mama care for all the Buddha bizness or the monochromatic beige day-core, it becomes somewhat irrelevant when you consider the view. That crazy gorgeous view is the sticky stuff of many Los Angeles real estate wet dreams. It ain't no thang to get a truck all the way up Blue Jay Way to haul away the beige velvet sofas and quasi-religious artifacts, and it's as simple as making a phone call and running a credit card to get a nice gay decorator on retainer to get up in there and whip this place into the digs you desire. But there simply are not that many houses currently available that have this spine tingling and top of the Hollywood heap view.

Also in residence in Miz Johnson's sky high neighborhood are Jennifer Aniston, who has long owned the house across the street where Your Mama hears she's currently holed up waiting for the over haul of her 9,000+ square foot Hal Levitt designed manse on N. Hillcrest Drive to be complete, last year big money making Tyler Perry reportedly purchased the lavish and obscenely contemporary house at the top of Blue Jay Way, and Christophe, hairdresser to all manner of rich and famous Bev Hills types, had a house for sale up Blue Jay Way last year, but it appears to have been taken off the market or sold, although we find no record of a transfer.

Miz Johnson matriculated in the great state of Arizona and was once married to a professional baseball player who swung bats and tossed balls for whatever team it is that is based in Arizona, so perhaps the pretty ladee has decided to go back to her desert roots? We don't know, but wherever she may land, Your Mama wishes her all sorts of peace, which should not be a problem if she takes all that Buddha tchotchke with her.

81 comments:

pch said...

The house is no great shakes, and good luck getting a Ferrari or Lamborghini up that steep little driveway -- but the location is spectacular and there isn't anything that can't be fixed.

Anonymous said...

PCH, the driveway was my 1st thought! The front of my car scrapes the ground just pulling in & out of some of the parking lots in west LA - i would never make it up this driveway! ... though if mamas correct in that, an "LA type who drives a Porsche Cayenne" buys it then they'll be fine.

I'm not so fussed on the interiors but at the same time I like the fact that it's just a straightforward house you could move right into & not need to worry about anything - Perfect as an LA pied a terre, pretty small & no land so easily maintained when you're out of town. I love Blue Jay but I think I'd rather spend an extra million or two & buy the tanager property at the bottom of the street ...

Who owns the fairly new property just to the north of this one, 1646 Blue Jay?

Anonymous said...

I would definitely have the team of gay decorators up in there but keep them on tight rein to not overdo it. I'd want it to be comfortable.

I would change out the doors for something with thinner frames. The dark wood seems a little heavy with the walls of glass. And I have no idea why it caught my eye but there has got to be better rain gutters or at least better placement for the downspouts.

Also looks like there is a front courtyard so I would see if there was a way to flip the drive and walk entrances so the drive would be less steep, even if the walk gate now had a few steps. But hard to tell for sure from the photos and google earth.

Anonymous said...

Miz Johnson's were real and spectacular in "Blame it on Rio."

Her baseball player, Matt Willims, paid her a handsome sum in their divorce settlement.

John Hughes is the owner of 1646.

lil" gay boy said...

Normally you know I love middle and post modern architecture, but when I first caught a glimpse of the house it struck me, despite the overabundance of beige, as somewhat funereal.

There's that creepy coffin-shaped pool, the too dark doorframes, and those awful skirted chairs in the sales, um, I mean, dining room; I can just picture the bereaved family gathered around that table while they peruse casket catalogs.

Regrade the parking pad, install frameless glass doors and resurface the fireplaces with a slightly darker shade of stone - now we can concentrate on that view - once, of course, we get rid of that tacky wall behind the master bed.

Who staged this place - Fisher & Sons?

;-)

Anonymous said...

^

John Hughes the writer/director? I didn't realise he lives way up there, thanks.

Anonymous said...

that pool is much bigger than a plunge...

Anonymous said...

LGB, I'm one of your biggest fans but I'm gonna have to disagree on this one.

If you look this one up on any of the satellite maps, the pool is more of a hexagon with irregular length sides. The one photo that makes it appear long and narrow is an illusion created by the angle of that particular photo.

I wouldn’t change the fireplaces. Miz Johnson will be taking the dining room set so no comment about the chairs. And I agree on changing the doors.

Hippie Canyon said...

It is a great house, and needless to say - the view is fantastic. But... as everyone has already said, the approach to the house is very bad. Once your guests have managed to take off the front spoiler of their car as they scrape their way up the drive, they can then step (or stumble as my guests do) out onto the slope and amble their bloodied knees on over to the front gate. Its a new way to consider the whole concept of Rock-N-Roll.

E.J. said...

Re; the driveway thing, is it me or does it seem to have two driveways. The right photo driveway seems much less steep than the left photo. And much more accessible.

Tons of names in this neighborhood, obviously. David E. Kelley lived at 1647 in the 1990's, Hughes at 1646, Aniston at 1639, Christophe at 1536, Ross Fraser lives in the old Hy Averback/Dick Martin house at 1525, Frankie Muniz owned 1506, Greg Abbott at 1505, etc. Fun neighborhood.

popeye-the-sailor said...

Move over Blutto, cause Matt Williams is in town!

A vintage type slugger, who is also getting bogged down in the steroids scandal.

Mmmmm, that shaved head of his!

Viva! said...

For an actress who didn't 'make it' Ms Johnson got herself one hell of a house. Girlfriend knows how to work her divorce settlement (considering her marriage to the ball throwing Matt Williams only lasted 3 years!). I really like the house except the damn driveway, but that can be fixed, it would be expensive, but it could be done. Love the location and the view. I especially love the kitchen. All around for a B list actress, this house is an A+.

Babe "laying off the lattes today" Parish said...

Nice rack...er I mean view, looks easy enough to keep clean. All in all on a scale of one to ten, Catherine Deneuve being a ten and Pia Zadora being a three, I give this house a strong strong Blake Lively (promising, good bones and in good company)= five. Not bad for a Ray Liotta-Dater...

sandpiper said...

This is a spectacular property. As Our Mama so clearly points out, it's an asking price, postured for a little quibbling. If the driveway (biggest criticism) was that unapproachable, it would have been long-ago regraded. But if it's a deal-breaker, the expense to satisfy those concerns can be reversed out of the offer. It's a dance. It's a budget staging/photog. job, so ingore that.

To me, it's georgous. Pop those Chiclits off the master BR wall, and ... new owner, you have a gem.

Barren Karen said...

Babe Parish, other than your affection for LGB, I love you so much.

Driveway aside...

I'm with Mama on this one...it needs some real art to class it up. A book or two might help to make it look like someone capable of reading lives there.

I like bright colors, but I'm kinda digging the goldy beige thing. The kitchen is hot. The Buddha shit is played out.

Anonymous said...

this is def. staged for photos, but she actually lives in this house amid all the bayj.

I think it's pretty great. Nothing bad that's not furniture that goes with the seller or easily fixable with a few dollars. And what's $50K more for new frameless doors if you're spending $6M?

luke220 said...

MUCH better than Aaron Sorkin's on Devlin Place for about the same $.

bentley said...

That wall behind the bed makes me want to dress up in velcro and take a flying leap, a la Dave Letterman.

Lee said...

the fireplaces. the fireplaces officially kill me.

simplicity incarnate.

velcro, eh?

lil" gay boy said...

Bentley, great minds think alike; Letterman's stunt with the Velcro was the first thing to pop into my head when I saw that wall - hilarious!

Sandpiper, "Chiclets" - I'm still laughing . . .

And BK, you're obviously right about the artwork - would improve the place immeasurably; but I'd still like to see another base color besides beige; some reds and browns with blue accents, perhaps?

Anonymous said...

e.j.,

I think what we are seeing between the two photos is the left is outside the gates from the street and the right photo is the courtyard/drive inside behind the gates. Or at least it seems from the aerial maps.

If I were fortunate enough to be able to call this place home, I'd just take down the wall & gates. I'm no celebrity and if someone finds their way that far up the hill early enough in the morning to catch me in my boxers going out for the morning paper, so be it.

Anonymous said...

Online tour just been posted -

1638bluejayway.com

so_chic_darling said...

"All sorts of Buddahs and deluxe looking beige things".That's it in a nutshell the whole problem with LA decorating,we are not in India children.Like sheep they all follow along the new age path and scatter all this eastern stuff around as if it actually means something to them!

sandpiper said...

Hey Bentley,
You crack me up...I know that sounds corny, but sometimes you brighten my day! You little word-spinner, you!

Anonymous said...

I think I just dont get the joke.
How can a 3000 square foot house with no property cost over 6 Million dollars. It doesn't matter how nice it is, or how many buddahs, bamboo plants or stainless steal appliances it has it just cant be worth it.
And besides, what is so beautiful about the view. Since when does a bunch of ugly skyscrapers and a mostly smoggy skyline become the be all and end all?
Someone please help me solve this mystery.

bentley said...

Sandpiper,
I know I'll get blasted for this, but I'm not an architect, just obsessed with houses, and this is the only blog I have, and have ever, posted on. I read and read anonymously for months, but something about the vibe got me typing one morning.

I wish I could add more about cantilevers and flying buttresses, but alas, I bank, not build.

Corny is good. The world is too full of miserable shits.
b

Alessandra said...

I can dig it. It has some flaws, sure, but the vibe (in the pictures at least) is mellow and soothing and the views are spectacular.

And yeah, the fun you could have with Velcro...

bentley said...

Anon 2:08,

Barren Karen enlightened me. It's the way it's done. I don't know where you live, but in New York we pay astronomical prices to live in whatever we can afford to live in - from 12 flight walk-up rail car tenements to triplexes on 5th.

Unless you live on the park or high enough in the sky, your view is no view. Why do we do it? Because it's New York City and it fucking rocks. The same way the Malibu/LA folk feel.

My house in Toronto cost a whole hell of a lot less than my house in NY and it is old, huge, and on a beautiful property. Different real estate market, different expectations and realities.

There's no joke, though. Unfortunately. Imagine what the poor folk get.

Anonymous said...

Anon 2:08

You think this is little for your money? Try living in London, N.Y, Paris etc.. $6M sometimes only buys you a 1 bedroom apt!

sandpiper said...

2:08, I'll chime in on Bentley's chorus...
In other parts of the planet, there may be more bang for the scenic buck, and I'm not slighting the many incredible views to be enjoyed. But, if you make your living in LA, and earn enough (all other socio-econ. factors considered and/or resented)... short of a beach house, this property is darn near as good as it gets. IMHO.

Toto said...

Anon 2:08, move to Kansas

Polly said...

Kansas?Oh no they all think that the world is five thousand years old,no thanks.

Asian reader said...

In Hong Kong that house on top of a hill with a view would be at least double the LA price if not more!

Babe Parish said...

BENTLEY:
"I bank, not build."

THAT IS SO GONNA BE MY MYSPACE HEADLINE.

BARREN KAREN:

re LGB: i like him so much because he was the first one here to "welcome" me. and he is hilarious. that and he makes me feel all Edie Sedgwick.
xo
BP

sandpiper said...

Bentley,

You, my friend, are never corny!

Anonymous said...

What is up with the connector between the tip of Blue Jay Way and Sunset Plaza?

Open access?
Residents only?

Anonymous said...

I always thought it was fire access for some reason - I'm likely wrong.

so_chic_darling said...

Barren karen,I've been reading your posts since you started you're dry and funny in the best way,my kind of Gal,so let me welcome you too.Keep it coming.

lil' gay boy said...

Oh Babe, you make me blush! And an Edie Sedgwick reference, too!

You're just marvelous - I wonder how many of the chilruns will have to Google her to know what you're talking about.

And Bentley, Sandpiper, Alessadra (we'll talk about the Velcro later), et al, are absolutely correct about views and location; in my small little North Shore village it's picturesque, with little harbors, hills, ponds and lots of old-growth trees, many of arboretum quality.

The down side is in order to live here I have to work in NYC, which means only one thing for many of my fellow commuters:

"The Dreaded LIRR"

It just took what is normally an hour's commute more than 2 1/2 hours because there was yet another train stuck in the tunnel. HELLO?!?" It was not snowing IN the tunnel under the East River the last time I checked. It's Long Island's version of the PCH.

And So_Chic, all that Asian art is to remind them that they ARE in India; "at least in spirit . . . "

It soothes the guilt of the less than ne plus ultra of the mega rich who don't roam the world adopting third world infants while American children go to bed hungry each night.

so_chic_darling said...

"many of them arboretum quality"Oh LGB now that's a phrase I want to use in a conversation one day!
On a side note regarding the Buddha art and all that stuff,did anyone see that genius Lisa Kudrow cable show "The Comeback"?Anyway there was a great scene where her and her nice gay decorator make over a yoga room with a sixty grand budget and they bring in giant gold Buddha.

lil' gay boy said...

So_Chic, feel free to use it anytime - no attribution necessary!

Sorry I missed that show - if it tickled you, it MUST have been funny . . .

What ever happened to that show? I caught and episode or two and liked the writing.

LAPD Tipster said...

After looking at the slide show, I'm officially in love with this house. I want it. And I'd have to leave the chiclet wall..can't have LGB banging his head while I'm banging....uhm, we're *reading* in bed.

aunt mary said...

Loved Lisa Kudrow in The Comeback. It was so deliciously, exquisitely, excruciatingly painful to watch. She is a genius. I wish I could see more of her (ok, you sophmores, I don't mean it like that).

aunt mary said...

LGB, Northport?

lil' gay boy said...

Anon 10:37

Disagree away! You made some good points.

Aerially, I can see that the photo is just an unfortunate angle that makes it so coffin-like; still, it is an odd shape for doing laps.

The only reason I'd like the stone a little darker (perhaps something in a light gray slate laid in different depths in the manner of FLLW - not flat) on the fireplace walls is that I think it would give them more weight and presence, and not seem so much like a veneer of stone, but a structural element instead.

But I think we all agree the "Velcro Chiclets" have GOT to go . . .

Sorry LAPD, but I don't wear anything whilst reading in bed - not even a hat.

;-)

Babe "needs to finish working and get off the internets" parish said...

LGB: in Billy Crystal as Fernando Lamas voice: "YOOOO are mahvelous." go look at the schnabel post...i left u something.

BARREN KAREN: i forgot to thank u for the "love". i know it's The Internets and all, but i thank u just the same. you make me feel all jenny to your shane. ;P

lil' gay boy said...

Aw, BNTFWAGOTIP:

You're just too sweet for words.

Of course I will!

Ms. Beverly Flats said...

Does anyone know what www.ItsaPocket.com is? I got an invite. Apparently it is some sort of private pocket listing site. Anyone else seen it?

Baby Jane Hudson said...

........oh really,did they like it?

lil' gay boy said...

Hey, Hippie,

Wouldn't "The Velcro Chiclets" make a great name for your band?

Anonymous said...

I think this house is fabulous and my only concern would be the hassle of getting in/out of that driveway. L.A. prices are worth it... I do worry in the hills though about fire or earthquakes.

sunny in sj said...

First, could someone explain to me what the icons and drop-down menu mean by "open id"? I mean i know aol but what does that have to do w/this and what are the other things?

Lisa Kudrow was brilliant in that show! If you have Comcast ondemand and HBO, I think they still have "Comeback" shows on there. I heard Lisa Kudrow say that HBO decided not to renew, even tho it won Emmy's. Such a shame, it was excruciating to watch as Aunt Mary said.

Hey Aunt Mary, how about Obama tonight!?!? Go Obama!!!

lil' gay boy said...

Sunny,

OpenID gives more options but it's still where you put in what was called your nickname - I don't like it, but then being from IT I hate it when someone implements a new "feature" without asking anyone if they wanted it in the first place . . .

As far as Obama is concerned, we could certain do much worse amongst the other candidates still dragging their asses across the country; but rumors of him being slightly homophobic, or at least not "comfortable" around gays, has to give me pause. He needs to address the issue now, and head on.

Sure Clinton (Bill) sold us down the river with "Don't Ask, Don't Tell", but I have yet to hear the word "gay" pass Obama's lips - I'm a citizen and I want representation too; and no, I'm not asking for special interest favors, just a "seat at the table" that Clinton promised us all those years ago. If Obama is truly sincere about change for EVERYONE, then let him say so in plain English; until then, I simply don't know who to chose yet.

And yes, I am fully aware that there are far more important issues than equality for gays at stake in this troubled world today, what with the never-ending war in Iraq, increasing hostilities in Afghanistan and Pakistan, North Korea and now Russia rattling its sabers along with Iran. With all this, plus what's going on in Kenya, Darfur, Sudan and now Chad, and the rest of the African continent (keep your eyes on South Africa, folks), what's the big deal about letting me live my life with the person I love?

I've seen too many of my dying friends greedy families swoop in and clean out their dead child and partner's home because the law says "the partner is not family."

Bullshit.

aunt mary said...

sunny, he's a run away freight train on a down hill track! It's all over but the shouting! Stick a fork in her, she's done! Repeat after me, President Obama! If you only knew how many old stick in the muds I know who are so excited and pumped!

LGB, I have heard Obama mention gays in his speeches when he talks about the divides in the country. He goes through the list: gays/straights, black/white, old/young, male/female, rich/poor, redstate/bluestate, and more. I've never heard a word against him about being anti gay. My sister is gay and I wouldn't support him if he was homophobic. You must have misinformation.

lil' gay boy said...

Aunt Mary,

I would love for that to be true; and yes I have heard him use the dichotomies you mentioned, but as rhetoric, not as a specific promise; he has NOT said, "Yes, I will repeal DOMA. Yes I will allow gays in the military, No, we do not need a Defense of Marriage Act". I have read a yet-to-be-published interview with an Obama staffer who "claims" (you'll notice I'm using quotes here) that's he's not comfortable working with gays and doesn't know how to win them over; part of the problem is that he would offend the black religious block, who are openly anti-gay.

I want something concrete, not more well-intentioned but ultimately empty campaign promises. But as with Bill Clinton, I can wait another 4 or 8 years - I'd just like to see it happen before I die.

But I'm more concerned about the world at large; with the ABSOLUTE mess Bush has made of our foreign policy; we're rapidly becoming a laughingstock in the "bringers of democracy" to the world.

The 21st century is a very different place and even before half the crazies dropped out of the race, there was not one whose foreign policy seemed comprehensive enough to repair the damage Bush has done.

None of them.

We Americans are so arrogant we just assume that because we enjoy living in a democracy, the rest of the world would. But what happens when democracy collides with thousands of years of culture?

They say Obama's inexperienced; he can learn.

They say Hillary can start on day one; she has a LOT to live down.

They say McCain is an experienced war veteran; he could keep us in Iraq FOREVER (and has said so in New Hampshire!)

They say Huckabee's nuts; no comment.

As in all elections, it's ultimately about compromise; the greater good for the greatest number of people.

I don't think we'll see all their true colors come out until a month or so before the election.

It's at that point I will have to make my compromise.

May the best man (or woman) win.

Then, maybe, just perhaps, we'll all be able to have our own stunning contemporary set on a hill with a "Chiclets" headboard . . .

;-)

sunny in sj said...

LGB, I went on Obama's website and you are correct, no mention of Gay's, did a word search and nothing came up. I will call the local headquarters tomorrow and ask someone to find out his position(s)on gay rights. I am concerned as well. I suspect you are right about not wanting to offend the black homophobic vote, but he has to take some sort of stand. Living in the bay area, I would think he has said something at about it at sometime when he was here b-4 super Tuesday, which was quite a bit. Personal opinion: men who are uncomfortable about working with, or being around gays have some issues about themselves they need to get right with. Just my opinion.

Your biggest (and first!) admirer on the blog,
Sunny

lil' gay boy said...

Sunny,

You are, and always have been, a class act.

Please remember this is not a one issue deal with me; I'm much more concerned that the world not go up in flames before I get to stand at the altar and say, "I do."

Thanks, dear friend.

lil' gay boy said...

Aunt Mary,

I love the way your mind works; if you want to discuss further, I have a special email account for Mama's bloggers:

mamas_haters@live.com

I'd love to continue this discussion without boring Mama's chilruns . . .

;-)

Anonymous said...

oh, you've bored most of us long ago.

but thanks for thinking of that separate email so that you could stroke each other without the rest of us having to watch the embarrassing display of "oh you're so great" and "you're a class act."

Anonymous said...

'John Hughes is the owner of 1646."

According to Property Shark there's a new owner as of 2007. Not a celebrity as far as a I can tell.

popeye-the-sailor said...

are you folks tippling when you're giving each other the tongue baths?

i mean jee-suz, you folks ain't actually met, remember.

as for Obama and the gays, he's in a pickle, since the african-american base, especially of the church-going stripe, have a traditional antipathy towards us homos. black culture in general is behind the curve on this particular discrimination arc.

if you recall, sometime back, when discussing human rights and gay issues as part of that, he responded (and i'm paraphrasing here), "i just can't get my head around that." which he then qualified to be about since he's not gay, he has trouble understanding it, etc., etc.

which i guess is the reason why you're not seeing it on his website nor is he bringing it up in his I AM THE DREAM speech.

i believe one of his major campaign strategists is gay, but sorta like the republicans, he's staying m.u.m. on it.

interesting enough, here in sf, the gays broke 65 for HIllary, while in general, the city itself went something like 53 for Obama.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if when Mama's show airs if the network will move this to a network owned blog where registration will be required, moderators will be on staff, and the loser trolls will move on to the next open blog to attack strangers?

Alessandra said...

Oh, like TWoP? That would be interesting, kittens, if only because there'd be a ton of voices and none of us would be "chilrun". So, let's hope not.

Definitely in the vein of "Be careful what you wish for..."

I'm hopped up on drixoral this morning and can't think of anything insightful, humorous or snarky to say, so off to blissful slumber until the head cold dissipates.

Anonymous said...

Dag, Mama! When are we going to get a new entry? The chillren are anxious!

E.J. said...

John Hughes is indeed at 1646. Property Shark and two other sources confirm it...

Bette Davis said...

Gay Liberation?I ain't against it,it's just that there's nothing in it for me.

If you're gay said...

You should be voting for Hillary.

Hippie Canyon said...

I can see the billboard now. I picture it on the side of 9000 Sunset, or maybe near the Marmont... "Headboard Chiclets and PCH. All the way live! The Roxy 06.09.08 * Special guest DJ LGB * debut album exclusively at VIRGIN RECORDS *

If you're gay said...

Hillary is the one children.

Hippie Canyon said...

I think it should be said, IT TAKES A VILLAGE, PEOPLE.

lil" gay boy said...

Hippie, I thought it was "IT TAKES THE VILLAGE PEOPLE".

;-)

Hippie Canyon said...

I'm lovin' it. Let's hug it out, bitches :>)

Anonymous said...

rodney dangerfield lived on blue jay as well, or at least his widow.

popeye-the-sailor said...

well, don't vote for Hillary cause you're gay. not by any means.

but, it is an interesting aside that when it comes to the big glory table presided over by Obama, it definitely feels as if we're being asked to enjoy our seats in the kitchen.

and with that, i'll put the pipe back in me mouth, open a can of spinach and check out the keaton post.

LAPD Tipster said...

*Sorry LAPD, but I don't wear anything whilst reading in bed - not even a hat*

No prob, LGB.. I'll be wearing a *hat* on my billy club.

lil' gay boy said...

LAPD,

Oooo, promise?

lil' gay boy said...

Aunt Mary,

A little west of Northport, and not quite so precious.

LAPD Tipster said...

Got a whole box of Magnums right here. We'll make a night of it.

property pimp said...

I hope she gets her price... getting back on topic, man, some of you really stray.. 2100 dollars a square ft, would be nice for the neighborhood and all the old anal realtors...who do all those graphs and things.. all she needs to do is a little PR. like a spread in playboy or something to get her back i the publics eye and this house will see full price!. hell, aron sokin paid almost 1800 sq ft.(300 of that 3700 did not exist)and that guy is a talented mess.

Anonymous said...

This place got a nice price chop to $4.795 Million. Still on the market... interesting...

Anonymous said...

You're all wrong! This is Michael Buble's house.