Thursday, November 15, 2007

witness protection?


Hollywood is so fake that even their lawyers have stage names. Thanks, Jason.

11 comments:

Shannon @ Some Fine Taters said...

Wow, that one freakes me out!

Emily said...

Maybe he just wants people to call him Robert E.

Bob K said...

Maybe they're quoting someone who called him "Robert E." making the quotes necessary.

slick said...

this is great, as is the idea for the blog! you need to get a picture of someone doing quotation marks with their fingers while saying "i do."

Pete said...

I wonder if his given name is something like Bud or Skip, and his nickname is "Robert E." Which the contrarian in me can't help but appreciate.

(Pardon the repetition. Somehow I first put this comment on the wrong post.)

makuahine said...

It boggles my mind how they even thought that was correct to produce the sign in the first place...

heebnvegan said...

Perhaps they want to invoke Robert E. Lee?

Andi said...

I knew a girl in high school who's name was "Kate E. LastName", but she was called "Katie". That worked for her though. If he wanted to be "Robert-ee", he could have just been "Bobby".
Or maybe he's like a Robert. Maybe instead of "Robert-ee" he should be "Robert-ish".

mom said...

Hilarious. I love this one. The ol' so-called Robert E.

erin k said...

This is the funniest thing I have ever seen. Ever.

Anonymous said...

I was going to contribute the "Robert E. Lee" possibility, but I think the most likely absolving circumstance would be that you're supposed to ask for "Robert E." when you call the number.