Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Fleet is bored at work

All his Facebook friends got to see this, but I insisted I get to put this on my blog because I laughed so hard. And now he has challenged me (and I challenge you, Gentle Reader) to top him in his historical exploits.

And so we find....

Fleetwood's Place in History

March 12, 1930: Fleetwood marches with Ghandi to Dandi in the Salt March.


March 12, 1865: Fleetwood meets with some guy and President Lincoln soon before the end of the Civil War.



February 11, 1990: Fleetwood gathers with Nelson and Winnie Mandela upon Mandela's release from prison.



May 14, 2006: Fleetwood shoots the shit with George Clooney about hair gel.



October 17, 1962: Fleetwood consults with Jack Kennedy about the Cubans. Suggests they stock up on cigars.



November 17, 2005: Fleetwood talks to Woody about kids, careers and marrying one's adopted daughter.



June 13, 2008: Fleetwood runs off with Kate Middleton, leaving Prince William in the dust.



July 9, 2007: Fleetwood gives the Pitt-Jolie family a ride on his boat.



Uh, I don't know how this is, but wow, what a babe! And Fleet knows her!



June 6, 1944: Fleet consults with Eisenhower about D-Day. (His head was too large for a helmet, apparently.)


February 13, 1997: Fleet passes Bill Clinton a cigar.



April 5, 2003: Fleet shows Bill Gates a map of the "Information Superhighway."

7 comments:

Forelle Broek said...

Dec. 25, 1776 -- Forelle crosses the Delaware with General George Washington, stopping midway to catch a hefty smallmouth bass.

Harper Beresford said...

Oh, yes, Forelle! Ha!

Gahum Riptide said...

Picture it. Paris, 1937. I, a young Gahum Riptide am meeting with Coco Chanel to discuss Chanel No 5 to discuss why do old women douse themselves in it:

Gahum meeting with Coco Chanel

Gahum Riptide said...

She then questions why I add in discuss a lot in my posts :). You can tell she doesn't appear amused.

Harper Beresford said...

Oh man! That is PRICELESS. I LOVE it, Gahum. I am jealous!

Fleet said...

Brilliant... she was clearly influenced by your 21st century good looks. You must have become her muse.

Gahum Riptide said...

Harper: You're welcome!


Fleet: Thank you, handsome :). I like to think that without me, her entire business would've tanked back in the 30's because she said it herself: She had run out of inspiration. I was that spark.


I'm also quite modest too!