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Post by sadDonkey on Wed Nov 16 2011, 00:06

poor it´s me. You have to wait a little till you can read it on the RollingStone site.
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Post by sadDonkey on Wed Nov 16 2011, 13:36

@it´s me
try lelacorb´s link again it´s me. Yesterday it worked for me but today it doesn´t work. Maybe it is the other way round for you. Good luck

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by lelacorb on Wed Nov 16 2011, 15:12

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ehhh!??!?!
wot is this!?
no article at all
...so?
If I had a bit of patience after finding all of the magazine "Rolling Stones", you can print it and read it all







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Post by lelacorb on Wed Nov 16 2011, 15:15

sadDonkey wrote:@it´s me
try lelacorb´s link again it´s me. Yesterday it worked for me but today it doesn´t work. Maybe it is the other way round for you. Good luck

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by it's me on Wed Nov 16 2011, 22:46

no quippy women?

do I understan well?

he doesn't like witty women?


I am wrong
no?

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by it's me on Wed Nov 16 2011, 22:50

ah, sorry
grazie Lela Very Happy

anyway
after the fart issue
it's not bad
at all

this journalist (who is him?) was a bit unkind
but nice too


G is not multitasking
right?

one thing at a time

or is he only really tired (as I am too, obviously)

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by it's me on Wed Nov 16 2011, 22:54

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by Joanna on Thu Nov 17 2011, 12:49

Are you having problems reading the scanned
R S interview It's Me ?
Maybe use your "View...Zoom In" tool on your tool bar to increase size ? It worked for me.

I was amazed to read his comments about NOT house training his previous dogs. Is this a Hollywood trend...thinking about the Osbournes and all their dog s**t around the house !





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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by it's me on Thu Nov 17 2011, 13:19

I read it
thanks

it was strange he didn't hire (ask or whatever) for an help in this thing

his image, in that article, is a bit strange
sometimes

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by pattygirl on Thu Nov 17 2011, 14:25

He said that he wasn't good at training his dogs. That doesn't mean that there wasn't someone in the household who did train them.

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by Cinderella on Thu Nov 17 2011, 14:29

Oh... I think he trained his "dog" just fine...

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by Joanna on Thu Nov 17 2011, 18:36

pattygirl wrote:He said that he wasn't good at training his dogs. That doesn't mean that there wasn't someone in the household who did train them.


I was referring to his own comment that he was lazy about training and that his dog
would do a "doo doo" on the floor in front of him while he was sitting on the sofa ! LOL

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by MM on Thu Nov 17 2011, 19:59

I trained my cats well when they were kittens. They seldom did a "doo doo." on the floor.

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by Cinderella on Thu Nov 17 2011, 20:29

lol!

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by Joanna on Thu Nov 17 2011, 21:02

Well done MM. How many have you got ?

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by MM on Thu Nov 17 2011, 22:06

Joanna wrote:Well done MM. How many have you got ?

Unfortunately, they all are in kitty heaven, now. My last cat died fifteen years ago. He was my Max, he was irreplaceable. cat

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by it's me on Thu Nov 17 2011, 22:07

Max u2?

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by Joanna on Thu Nov 17 2011, 22:08

It's always hard to lose them isn't it.

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by it's me on Thu Nov 17 2011, 22:10

I'm sure
even if I haven't had one

only a little sweet hamster I love you

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by melbert on Fri Nov 18 2011, 02:25

Welcome Joanna!

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by lolo"layla" on Fri Nov 18 2011, 08:05

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somebody is happy about the rope experience LOL

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by Joanna on Fri Nov 18 2011, 10:25

Thank you melbert for the welcome.

Nice picture lolo, thanks.

"The Eyes" are there even at that age !

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by it's me on Fri Nov 18 2011, 13:26

really nice pic
thanks!

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by MM on Fri Nov 18 2011, 19:57

it's me wrote:Max u2?

No, my cat's name was Tiger, not Max. I am comparing him to Max because he was very dear to me, just like Max was dear to George.

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by MM on Fri Nov 18 2011, 20:03

Joanna wrote:Thank you melbert for the welcome.

Nice picture lolo, thanks.

"The Eyes" are there even at that age !


Yes sir, cute little boy with big, expressive eyes.

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by zizi on Sat Nov 19 2011, 00:15

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somebody is happy about the rope experience LOL

Thanks Lolo, your comment is priceless Superdupercool

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by lolo"layla" on Sat Nov 19 2011, 00:35

u are welcome zizi , and Joanna and it's me .

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Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by Katiedot on Mon Nov 28 2011, 16:39

I know this was already posted here a while back but I can't find it in the interviews section, so I'm re-posting.

From Rolling Stone

This is an excerpt of the cover story from the November 24th, 2011 issue of Rolling Stone

Cover Story Excerpt: George Clooney

What's under 'The Descendants' actor's bed? And other secrets of the coolest man in Hollywood

By Erik Hedegaard

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November 9, 2011 8

Has any movie star in the history of movie stars ever been more perfect than George Clooney? Look at him now, sitting in his house high up in the Hollywood Hills, off-white khakis, matching socks, spotless tan desert boots, natty blue polo shirt, dreamy, chocolaty-brown eyes, broad shoulders, a straight line of white (but not too white) teeth, hair graying distinguishedly, legs crossed confidently, the easygoing smile and aura of calm assurance.

He is talking about something or other – maybe the failure of politicians these days ("We're living in a time where we're so fucking polarized, it's insane"), maybe the atrocities in Darfur, maybe he's even saying a few words about his latest two movies, a political drama called The Ides of March ("It's not designed for everybody to see, but I don't give a shit. I don't need to be more famous and we shot it for $12 million, so anything we do is nice") and a darkly amusing family drama called The Descendants ("If it's not nominated for Best Picture, I'll be shocked. It's that good").

In truth, however, it's exceedingly difficult to hear anything over the blare of how perfect everything is, both him and his entire orbit. This house, for instance, isn't just a house; it's an English Tudor kingdom, with a basketball-and-tennis court, a swimming pool, wet bars, waterfalls, a stainless-steel grill ("I do a mean lamb chop! I'm a master griller!"), a 3D screening room and a Louisville Slugger baseball bat, model C271, hidden under the master-suite bed, for Clooney to use on intruders should anyone ever intrude (which no one ever has).

Then there's his lush 18th-century villa on Lake Como, in Italy, where famous folks like to gather, get down, and jump off a wall into the lake ("I got Charlie Rose to do it a few weeks ago, after chumming the water with Marisa Tomei and Evan Rachel Wood").

And then there are the girlfriends, always beautiful, always leggy ("I've always been kind of a leg man"), and when it's time for them to go, they always go without fuss or harsh public comment. Really, it's almost unbelievable and nearly too much.

And so here he sits, at his leisure, smoothing down his trousers, saying, "I think one of the major misconceptions about me is that I live my life the way people think I lead my life, with hot and cold drinks running everywhere and a party all the time. They think of my life in terms of certain excesses that don't really exist. Things are actually fairly simple."

Case in point, how today started: "Let's see," he says. "Up at 7:30, with my damn dog at the bedroom door. Einstein. He's a shelter dog. His name should be Jackpot. Anyway, I put on a robe and came down and fed the dog. I brushed my teeth and took a leak – simultaneously, if you can, would be a very good move, but if I did that, I'd get toothpaste on my balls. Then I took a shower, worked up a good sweat on the stationary bicycle, and I took another shower. After that, a doctor came over for this physical I get every six months. He took blood, cans of blood. He also took my blood pressure, which was very low, by the way, 98 over 68."

Of course it was. How could it be otherwise? The looks, the money, the fame, the charm, the women, the sheer decency of the guy, the doctor who makes house calls – you name it, he's got it, and now the low blood pressure, too, by the way. It's not fair. It's just not fair that it should all happen to one guy. What about the rest of us? Achoo, gesundheit, bubkis? At the very least, however, he must have paid a price for it. And it must have been a very dear price, indeed.

Confessions of a Dirty Mind: George Clooney Talks Sex, Politics and Fame
Quotes from Clooney's Rolling Stone cover story and exclusive shots from his photo shoot Next
"My name is George and the world is in trouble," George Clooney tells Erik Hedegaard in the latest issue of Rolling Stone, on stands and available through Rolling Stone All Access on November 11th. "I can name you 40 hot spots in the world right now, and not just physically violent hot spots, but financially violent hot spots as well."

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Despite his debonair appearance, Clooney's sense of humor can get a bit sophomoric. For example, the word "Johnson" always makes him laugh. "Always. 'He showed her his Johnson and she left.' You can actually say that in mixed company or on late-night TV."

He's also pretty fond of farts, especially when hanging out with his pals. "We think it's one of the funniest things in the history of mankind. Even the idea of a fart makes me laugh. Saying the word 'fart' makes me laugh. I have iFart on my phone. I have remote whoopee cushions. Farts. To me, there's nothing funnier."

Clooney reveals that that while he lost his virginity at the age of 16 ("young, very young, too young"), he had his first orgasm when he was much younger. "I believe it was while climbing a rope when I was six or seven years old," he says. "I mean, nothing came out, but all the other elements were there. I remember getting to the top of the rope, hanging off the rope, and going, "Oh, my God, this feels great!"

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Clooney on set at El Mirage Dry Lake Bed on October 26th, 2011

"I think one of the major misconceptions about me is that I live my life the way people think I lead my life, with hot and cold drinks running everywhere and a party all the time. They think of my life in terms of certain excesses that don't really exist. Things are actually fairly simple," Clooney says.

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Prev Slide Next Slide 5 of 10"I'm the least metrosexual cat you've ever met. I've never had my fingernails or toenails done, and I've cut my own hair longer than other people have cut my hair," Clooney says. "On an awards-show day, I can play basketball, go in, take a shower and put on a tux – it takes me three minutes to put on a tux – and be out the door in 15 minutes."

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He may be one of the biggest celebrities in the world now, but Clooney grew up in the shadow of his father, a local TV newsman in Ohio and Kentucky. "You have to remember that in the microcosm of Cincinnati, Ohio through northern Kentucky, my father was a big, big star. So that made my sister and me really visible. Everybody knew us, talked about us. If I scored 15 points in a basketball game, the paper would say 'Nick Clooney's son scored 15 points.'"

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The fame was especially difficult for Clooney as he was struggling with the onset of Bell's palsy, a form of facial paralysis. "It was very awkward, being watched like that, everybody looking at us, and then all of a sudden your face goes flat? My dad would always say, 'It's going to go away, you'll be fine, you can handle it.' But it was a tricky thing. So, you develop a better personality and learn how to make jokes about it."

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Clooney in first grade at Blessed Sacrament school in Kentucky.

Clooney directed and starred in ensemble political drama The Ides of March earlier this year. "It's not designed for everybody to see, but I don't give a shit," he says. "I don’t need to be more famous and we shot it for $12 million, so anything we do is nice."

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Clooney's most recent movie is a darkly amusing family drama called The Descendants, of which he says, "If it's not nominated for Best Picture, I'll be shocked. It's that good."

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Prev Slide Next Slide 10 of 10Clooney is perfectly fine with his current lady, former pro wrestler Stacy Keibler, tweeting about "smiling all day long." "She can do whatever she wants," he says. "I rarely tell anybody what they should be doing with their life."

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Post by Katiedot on Mon Nov 28 2011, 19:16

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by it's me on Mon Nov 28 2011, 22:10

thank you Kat

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by Carla97 on Thu Aug 08 2013, 13:09

Shiny happy people it sounds. Even the idea of a fart makes him laugh. His girlfriend is just "smiling all day long" . Hmmm aha... Laughing 

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Re: Rolling Stone interview November 2011

Post by Mazy on Sat Aug 17 2013, 05:45

I have this interview but didn't to post it because of the size and thought it might be here.

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