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are you related to anyone famous?
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my aunt has been married three times, and her third husband was friends with jim morrison and introduced cheech and chong to each other
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Not famous I guess, but through some ancestry site my dad found out we're related to the youngest girl that rode the Mayflower.
Posted 6/26/12
idk if this is being famous
but my grandad was part of the American army.

if no. then not XD
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Duncan MacPherson the NHL hockey player was once my cousin. He's also dead and I've never met him, personally, so yeah.

Posted 6/26/12
My cousin.
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I doubt it.
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lippedlove, your aunt was a STONER!!
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cutelolidoll wrote:

nope. but someone who goes to my school is CNBlue yonghwa's cousin. he got an autograph for my friend that said "to..... Yonghwa" haha xDD


Really? Omg, your lucky to know someone who is related to CNBlue X3
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I'm apparently related to the real little john, and my great uncle was a famous composer in Germany named Hans Grischkat.
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After experimenting with S-M aka driving a school bus full of middle-school kids (earlier posted rant) a few years ago I returned to a former employ shuttling college students on a local campus. At the beginning of the Fall semester every shuttle driver was issued a requisite name ID placard to post in the "Your driver is ......" slot located for all riders to view while riding the shuttle bus. Since I didn't have 1 because I didn't start the semester with the shuttle line and apparently wasn't going to get 1 made at employer espense I made do borrowing driver tags not in use in the vain attempt to fulfill the stipulation in the university contract....identity theft???

This worked for a few shifts but became problematic when knowledgable day route passengers who held campus administrative positions would question the mis-match. Gad. Not one to put my employer in jeopardy I opted to run the night route exclusively. This became a win-win situation.

For 2 semesters I was able to drive using the alias Easter Bunny printed in black magic marker on the reverse side of a tag once assigned a driver no longer employed. I suppose I meant it as a back-handed slap at authority. Harmless, dark, light-hearted fun???

Posted 6/28/12

bemused_Bohemian wrote:

After experimenting with S-M aka driving a school bus full of middle-school kids (earlier posted rant) a few years ago I returned to a former employ shuttling college students on a local campus. At the beginning of the Fall semester every shuttle driver was issued a requisite name ID placard to post in the "Your driver is ......" slot located for all riders to view while riding the shuttle bus. Since I didn't have 1 because I didn't start the semester with the shuttle line and apparently wasn't going to get 1 made at employer espense I made do borrowing driver tags not in use in the vain attempt to fulfill the stipulation in the university contract....identity theft???

This worked for a few shifts but became problematic when knowledgable day route passengers who held campus administrative positions would question the mis-match. Gad. Not one to put my employer in jeopardy I opted to run the night route exclusively. This became a win-win situation.

For 2 semesters I was able to drive using the alias Easter Bunny printed in black magic marker on the reverse side of a tag once assigned a driver no longer employed. I suppose I meant it as a back-handed slap at authority. Harmless, dark, light-hearted fun???



I don't mean to be rude here, as I legitimately found your story interesting, but what exactly does this have to do with being related to anyone famous?
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Cod-of-War wrote:


bemused_Bohemian wrote:

After experimenting with S-M aka driving a school bus full of middle-school kids (earlier posted rant) a few years ago I returned to a former employ shuttling college students on a local campus. At the beginning of the Fall semester every shuttle driver was issued a requisite name ID placard to post in the "Your driver is ......" slot located for all riders to view while riding the shuttle bus. Since I didn't have 1 because I didn't start the semester with the shuttle line and apparently wasn't going to get 1 made at employer espense I made do borrowing driver tags not in use in the vain attempt to fulfill the stipulation in the university contract....identity theft???

This worked for a few shifts but became problematic when knowledgable day route passengers who held campus administrative positions would question the mis-match. Gad. Not one to put my employer in jeopardy I opted to run the night route exclusively. This became a win-win situation.

For 2 semesters I was able to drive using the alias Easter Bunny printed in black magic marker on the reverse side of a tag once assigned a driver no longer employed. I suppose I meant it as a back-handed slap at authority. Harmless, dark, light-hearted fun???



I don't mean to be rude here, as I legitimately found your story interesting, but what exactly does this have to do with being related to anyone famous?


It doesn't. Think of it as ramblings from an old dude who has nothing better to do with his free time. Easter Bunny is just a ploy to seemingly comply with a questionable regulation. Millions of children enjoy this piece of fiction until they realize that's just what it is. The (il)logic behind presuming to pretend to be this bit of historic imagination is the iconography. Universally, more people recognize the bunny than many well publicized movie stars, politicians, or known historical figures. That said, the moniker on the name tag is just a joke of convenience or connivance.
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20 / F / Asia, Earth. :]
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I wish I am related to anyone famous. It would be too cool to brag about it.
The only person that I could say famous(in our city) that I know of is our Mayor, who is my Uncle.
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i'm not related to anyone famous.
but I'M famous for sending the world into a viral apocalypse in the near future.
oh wait, i wasn't supposed to tell anybody that...
YOU'LL NEVER CATCH ME!!!
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I don't think so.
But one of my best friends from school was Mary Kay Ash's (the lady who invented the makeup brand Mary Kay) goddaughter or granddaughter or something. I don't exactly remember.
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