Boom Goes Bust (Again)

"They didn’t even know it was a piece. They thought it was a real estate poster."

Although real estate didn't figure into his intentions, Rodriguez said he welcomed the questions the image has raised: "I kind of thrive on that kind of stuff." In fact, the artist admitted, there might have been a subconscious connection with his previous gig at an advertising agency in Fort Lauderdale. The firm handled a lot of real estate ads. "I had to get out of there," Rodriguez recalled. "I just couldn't take it anymore." — Rob Jordan

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Prank-Calling The Juice
If you ever come in possession of the cell number of a notorious celebrity, let me tell you never give it to anyone. Because while you may keep it in your phone to show off to friends but only call once when you're REALLY drunk on Cinco de Mayo (inviting an equally drunk returned call demanding to know who it was), your jackass friends may not show such restraint and eventually said celeb will change his number.
Taken from: White Dade (, about stealing O.J. Simpson's mail

Tiberio Lobo-Navia says tequila is swifter in a snifter
Tiberio Lobo-Navia says tequila is swifter in a snifter

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