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PostSubject: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sat Feb 27, 2010 3:56 pm

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Even in casual duds at the airport, Gerard Butler is still a stud!

We spotted the Scottish hottie at LAX yesterday evening, and it looks like he was off to Florida for the weekend. Gerry had to go through TSA just like everyone else, but I'm pretty sure he got a lot more attention from the ladies than any of the other travelers!

http://x17online.com/celebrities/gerard_butler/gerard_jets_out_of_la-02272010.php












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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sat Feb 27, 2010 5:15 pm

He looks like he takes security quite seriously. Good for you, Mr. B.

I also think he looks good.Smile
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sat Feb 27, 2010 5:41 pm

Oooh the leather handbag satchel has made another appearance.

Giveme.
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sat Feb 27, 2010 6:28 pm

yeah, no more whisking through security, have to go through just like everyone else.
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sat Feb 27, 2010 8:58 pm

Wonder if he was on his way to Haiti?
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sat Feb 27, 2010 10:07 pm

Is he still doing that baseball movie? If so, he might be going down to see some Spring training.

If so, he better not tell any of them he hates baseball. No Just go with the flow Gerry, pretend you love it.

ETA: gb.net just mentioned there's an advance screening of The Bounty Hunter in Tampa on March 5 and 6...
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 2:50 am

So he's going to tamper with the screening?

Hahaha! Get it? clown
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 3:34 am

I think some guy named "Chad" is supposed to attend.

Somebody spotted him "hanging" around too....







*get it?*
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:09 am

Ahaaaaaaaaaaaa!!

*badabing, badaboom*
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 10:42 am

Florida!?!

I'M in Florida.....

Oh pleeeeeeez.....where is he?!
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:23 am

Wonder if he was at the Northeast Fl. Scottish Games and Festival I went to yesterday. Ha ha ha.

That would've been a trip!

Saw lots of kilts. Lots of big buff dudes tossing cabers, etc.

Even tried some haggis. Uh....not as bad as I thought; not as authentic, as I've heard how it's usually served. Yack. Interesting spices though. The Scotch eggs weren't bad (almost like falafel).

Great music and jewelry.

It was cold and drizzly for most of the day, clearing up near 4pm. But, overall, for a first-time Highland festival, it was nice.

BTW...I am descended of the Clan Lamont. (I even have a tartan). Smile

Anyhow it would have been uber spectacular had my favorite Scotsman been there!
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 1:47 pm

The St. Louis Cardinals have their spring training in Jupiter, where Gerry supposedly is, and was seen at dinner last night with Olivia Newton-John, so getting some pointers from the Cards to help with "Slide" is a possibility...but it has also been noted that O N-J's husband is a representative for some health food outfit, and is supposed to give a speech at a retirement village there. With Gerry being so health conscious (from time to time), and with all his cleansing routines and all...and with him having spent all that time in Brazil, I'm sure he enjoyed all the good food there and may need to get himself back "right" before he starts "Coriolanus" so that's also a possibility. As we all know, it's futile to try to second guess him...he's a surprise a minute, and all of our speculation could prove to be dead ends...I'm sure we'll find out eventually who, what, when, why and where....

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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 1:54 pm

Thanks for the news, Tense. Good to see you.
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 3:00 pm

I'm trying to figure out how a scotch egg is like a falafel.
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 5:42 pm

Wait, who says Brazil is health conscious? They slather mayo on pizza and their version of potato salad. Ok, they aren't Americans, and you can practically eat fruit off trees off the streets. No one is like Americans in their processed foods. The whole time I was there, there wasn't a local McD's in the various cities I lived in, but they have tons of fried foods, fried cakes that are sold on the streets.
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 5:58 pm

Peege88 wrote:
Wonder if he was at the Northeast Fl. Scottish Games and Festival I went to yesterday. Ha ha ha. That would've been a trip!

Saw lots of kilts. Lots of big buff dudes tossing cabers, etc.

Even tried some haggis. Uh....not as bad as I thought; not as authentic, as I've heard how it's usually served. Yack. Interesting spices though. The Scotch eggs weren't bad (almost like falafel).

It was cold and drizzly for most of the day, clearing up near 4pm. But, overall, for a first-time Highland festival, it was nice.

BTW...I am descended of the Clan Lamont. (I even have a tartan). Smile Anyhow it would have been uber spectacular had my favorite Scotsman been there!
AMANDA! How you been? That sounds like a fun day and so appropriate with the damp weather. Did they have dancing, whiskey tasting and marching bands? I'm becoming enamoured of marching bands with big drums and kilt-clad baton twirlers.

You're braver than me trying that haggis.
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 6:55 pm

Actually, haggis is not as bad as most think of it to be. At least when I was in Scotland this past October, I ate haggis and actually enjoyed it. It tasted quite like the beef or lamb part of Shepherd's Pie. It was topped with mashed potatoes and mashed rutabagas and was quite tasty. I image that the preparation has undergone some modifications from the original recipe and preparation, that is, in the restaurants in Scotland. I brought back some canned haggis and we had it on Burns Night, along with mashed potatoes and rutabagas (tatties and meeps), and my family didn't find it objectionable at all. I think it's the thought of it, and what it is made of that initially turns people off, and I had to be talked into eating it...I didn't want to at first, but decided to give it the old college try. And I found it quite good. I also had a deep fried Mars Bar while I was there...and didn't like it at all...I'm pretty much one that will try anything once...

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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:03 pm

I do think they have made Haggis less offensive than what we thought of it. The Haggis I had looked like beef, too. Nothing more, nothing less.
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:29 pm

The Haggis I had in Scotland was quite tasty too, Tense, but I found the canned haggis a little too spicy. But the actual haggis, itself was fine. Did you find the canned haggis a little spicy?
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:53 pm

Just the word haggis makes me gag.
Kudos to you all for trying it. It will never pass my lips....
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Sun Feb 28, 2010 10:48 pm

Ditto, Dallas. silent
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Mon Mar 01, 2010 6:45 am

Good morning Pamelajane and everyone....
I did find the canned haggis a bit spicy, as well as a bit more "gamey" (best way I can describe it) than the haggis I had in the restaurant in Scotland, but still, it was quite good, not bad at all. I attributed the "gamey" taste to whatever preservatives they used. But all of the haggis I had looked very much like ground beef and tasted very much like the shepheard's pie that I make here. The mashed potatoes and rutabagas topping it, was not much different than the shepheard's pie potato topping, the rutabagas just gave it a bit more interest. I was very pleasantly surprised with how it tasted. I was nothing to what I expected, and I would certainly eat it again. Wish I had brought back more than one can of it...but didn't know if I would even make it through customs with that...

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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:43 am

Apparently you can order canned haggis through amazon.com .
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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:01 am

Hi, again, Tense, when we had the canned haggis, I did not serve mashed potatoes, so maybe that would have cut the the spicey taste. You served it the proper way. And to further what Lego said, you can get haggis online at all sorts of places.

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PostSubject: Re: En Route to Florida, LAX - Feb. 26, 2010   Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:11 am

I will check at Amazon...I did get some Scotch Broth, made by Campbell's, through Amazon, that cannot be bought in retail stores here in the US. It is made with lamb and mutton, and I think is sold in Canada, but not here in the US. It is very, very good, but a bit costly. But it is really good on a cold night, and something a bit different as well. The ingredients are authentic. I'll check out the canned haggis through Amazon...thanks for the information.....

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