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Dallas
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PostSubject: 123 Minutes With Jeffrey Katzenberg   Mon Nov 01, 2010 6:10 pm

There were tweets about Gerry at this event on Wed. Oct 27th.

Full article at link:

http://nymag.com/news/intelligencer/encounter/69263/

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The crowd filling the room is on the older side. To be honest, it looks exactly like the ‘21’ Club on any other night. “This might be a good time to meet Katzenberg,” says a loud man in a louder tie to his ravishing young companion, grabbing her by the arm. Indeed. For an hour and a half, Katzenberg remains in maximum mingling mode, laughing it up with everyone from affable-looking Gerard Butler to Butler’s hardass-looking agent. He chats with septua- and octogenarian legends—The Jerk and Lenny producer David Picker, Serpico and Scarface producer Marty Bregman. He talks to a bald bespectacled man who looks exactly like him but is about seven feet tall. The only young people there are the How to Train Your Dragon filmmakers. He estimates he’s talked to 150 people tonight, most of whom he’s never met before.
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PostSubject: Re: 123 Minutes With Jeffrey Katzenberg   Mon Nov 01, 2010 7:48 pm

Hard-ass looking agent?? Affable looking actor??

Does this writer need to extend their vocabulary?
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PostSubject: Re: 123 Minutes With Jeffrey Katzenberg   Tue Nov 02, 2010 3:49 am

I thought the repetative use of the " -looking" was on purpose and to emphasis the contrast between Butler and the agent, not due to a lack of vocabulary. I had the complete opposite impression than you.... confused

BTW, I enjoyed the entire article. It paints a picture of how some of these business events can be for those involved. It kind of reminds me of events I have had to attend. It's interesting how business is business no matter what industry.
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PostSubject: Re: 123 Minutes With Jeffrey Katzenberg   Tue Nov 02, 2010 4:21 pm

Dallas wrote:
BTW, I enjoyed the entire article. It paints a picture of how some of these business events can be for those involved. It kind of reminds me of events I have had to attend. It's interesting how business is business no matter what industry.

yup
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