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Amy Argetsinger and Roxanne Roberts
Washington Post Staff Writers
Wednesday, October 14, 2009; 12:00 PM

Washington Post columnists Amy Argetsinger and Roxanne Roberts were online Wednesday, Oct. 14, at Noon ET to discuss your favorite gossip, recent celebrity sightings and their recent columns.

In Recent Columns: How much would you pay to have these fabulous celebs to dinner -- $200K? Neiman's hopes so. The WordPerfect millionaire puts his D.C. mansion on the market. New baby for Heidi Klum, new one on the way for Gilbert Arenas, new staffer-girlfriend for Jimmy Kimmel. The Man tried to stop Evan Bayh from wearing sneakers at the Capitol. The W throws a super-fabulous, crazy-expensive party. Michelle Rhee -- bad week, but cute haircut! Levi Johnston is really posing for Playgirl. And everyone -- Miley Cyrus, Courtney Love -- are quitting Twitter, just as we take it up.

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Amy Argetsinger: Good morning everyone! Let's see how much we can get done before Roxanne arrives.

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Twitter quitters: Many are quitting as you are starting...coincidence? I think not! They are merely in fear of your awesomeness, afraid that they will look even more ridiculous!

Amy Argetsinger: Yeah, something like that... Clearly what's happening here is a recognition that Gigantic Egos + Too Much Time On Your Hands + Fame, which has always been a deadly combination, is positivity destabilizing with the advent of Twitter. If I were a celebrity manager, I would just not allow my clients to do it, period.

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Painfully cute: That photo you ran with the story about the "Secret" Picnic was TOO CUTE!

washingtonpost.com: The Obamas Throw a 'Secret' Party Reliable Source, Oct. 13)

Amy Argetsinger: Adorable, isn't it? I had never seen that photo before -- it's possible it hadn't run in the paper before -- but found it in the archives and thought, gotta run with this.

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Nicholas Cage: So, who were his accountants, so we don't hire them. That's a pretty big "oops"!

washingtonpost.com: Nicolas Cage (Reliable Source, Oct. 13)

Amy Argetsinger: That is an excellent question you raise. I mean, I think once you're Nicolas Cage, you're probably not doing this stuff yourself with TurboTax at 11 p.m. on April 14.

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Story on Rep. Flake: Umm, if he was alone on the island, who took the photo?

washingtonpost.com: Read This: Roughing It Edition (Reliable Source, Oct. 12)

Amy Argetsinger: You know -- that's a really good question! Handy with a self-timer? I don't know!

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Brooklyn, N.Y.: About the Congressman from Arizona who spent a week alone on a deserted island ... who do you suppose took the hunky photo? Is he auditioning for a reality show? Playboy spread?

washingtonpost.com: Read This: Roughing It Edition (Reliable Source, Oct. 12)

Amy Argetsinger: Oh, I think he's auditioning for a governor's race or a presidential campaign. Good way to set yourself apart from the pack of 435, isn't it?

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Charlottesville, Va.: Have you ladies been invited to the Neiman-Marcus dinner party? You'd both definitely add appeal and excitement to the guest list.

Roxanne Roberts: You flatter us....but these are the "brightest minds of modern literature, journalism and the arts." So no, we didn't get invited.

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Harrisburg, Pa.: Courtney, you've taken the first step, you've detoxed from Twitter. Now, please, take the second step...

Roxanne Roberts: Three and four: Do something about the hair and clothes, honey.

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Rhee's new do: You really like this? A little boring to me -- emphasizes her short-ness a little too much. Some additional color and more texture would be good....

washingtonpost.com: Michelle Rhee (Reliable Source, Oct. 12)

Amy Argetsinger: Anyone else's thoughts? I think it's a good look for her.

Disclaimer: The fact that we are talking about Michelle Rhee's haircut should in no way be taken as an indication that the Washington Post is in any way diminishing much more important news involving Michelle Rhee and the school system these days -- there are many, many stories about this every day, many of them on the front page, and if you're bothered by the fact that we spent a little space on C3 talking about her hair, well, maybe you shouldn't have read it.

Thank you. Now, back to her hair. I like it. Anyone else?

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Heidi and Seal: I saw Heidi Klum on some game show several years ago and she appeared to be about as smart as my hamster. But she always looks sweet and kind even as she looks gorgeous. Good for her...bringing more beautiful genes into this world.

Roxanne Roberts: And she and Seal seem to adore each other, so what's not to like?

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Roxanne, late again: I hope that in your annual review, your supervisor notes that you are always on time for the chat.

Amy Argetsinger: She's here now. Don't worry, I cover for her. When the editors wander over, I say, "Oh, she's here, but she's doing a very important interview in another room." Or I answer her phone and pretend to be her.

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Perfectly-named Congressman: Jeff Flake.

Amy Argetsinger: Post-sunburn, certainly.

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Levi Johnston...: is posing for Playgirl, and Marge Simpson has a layout in Playboy. Hmmm. Which do think will have the better (photo) spread?

Roxanne Roberts: I think it's a draw.

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Jimmy Kimmel: Why do we care that he is dating his writer? Sounds like a publicity ploy, in the hopes that someone will blackmail him and he can participate in a "sting" operation, like Letterman. (Who, BTW, is really gross for taking his gal-pal on vacation with his partner and child.)

Amy Argetsinger: Aw. Maybe he just really likes her? And decided to come clean, via "sources," so that no one could bust him like it's a scandal.

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Rare Celebrity Siting: It's raining in L.A.!

Amy Argetsinger: It's the rainy season out there, isn't it? I forgot about that.

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In a world where dead people talk.....: Does anybody else think it's spooky that Don LaFontaine, who's been dead for coming up on two years now, is still doing voiceovers for movie trailers and TV promos?

Amy Argetsinger: Spooky, but kind of nice too. We'll be sad when we run out of the trailers he did advance work on. Of course, maybe it's just Don LaFontaine imitators we're hearing now...

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McLean, Va.: How do you explain Kate Gosselin's logic/statement that the kids are upset and distraught over the fact that the cameramen have left, but she had no second thoughts booting the two German Shepherds off the compound after Jon moved out?

I've heard of kids wanting puppies for Christmas, but never cameramen. Am I weird?

Roxanne Roberts: Kate is di$traught and up$et becau$e her gravytrain i$ leaving the $tation. The kid$ probably don't care about the cameramen a$ much a$ the dog$.

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Who is he again ?: What was the reason behind the Evan Bayh sneaker problem?

washingtonpost.com: Sneaking Past the Fashion Police (Reliable Source, Oct. 9)

Amy Argetsinger: Well, as you see in the story, the senator wore sneakers because of a foot ailment, and that drew the scrutiny of the Capitol dress-code enforcers.

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More Congressional Beefcake: Your column is definitely the one to turn to for hot shots of members of Congress! Where do we see more of "Survivor(Congress)Man"?! Preferably without his shirt....

Amy Argetsinger: See? This was a brilliant move for Flake. He's a star now.

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Jeff Flake: sounds like a box of something in the organic food aisle.

Amy Argetsinger: hahaha!

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Gilbert Arenas: Your info on the baby-on-the-way did not include where you got this information. The blog? I thought that was over....

Amy Argetsinger: The blog is indeed over, which is a tragedy, and forces us to work that much harder for Gilbert Arenas news. He used to deliver it to us -- to all of us -- himself. No more! We got this news from a close family friend.

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Detoxing from Twitter: Hey give Courtney a break. Most people relapse after detoxing and she has never let us down.

Amy Argetsinger: You mean, you think she'll be Twittering again soon?

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I read Reliable Source: for the interesting information and commentary, not for all the serious news that is throughout the rest of The Post. So, I for one appreciated the comment about Ms. Rhee's hair. And anyone else's hair, too!

Amy Argetsinger: Thank you, thank you. Anyone else have interesting hair lately?

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Central Mass.: Roxanne, another great WWDTM last week. Hope you enjoyed Boston!

Roxanne Roberts: Hadn't been in years----loved it! The audience was great, the weather perfect and had a blast on Newberry Street. I'd come back in a flash.

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Washington, D.C.: The screamer who used to do all those TV commercials for various products and who died of a cocaine overdose is still being seen on the tube as well: sort of like "Dead Man Hawking"

Amy Argetsinger: Billy Mays, you mean. Yes, I find those commercials a little unnerving now. "Instead of hearing music, you hear the other person."

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Dinner with the "brightest minds": I'd rather have dinner with the two of you -- how much of a donation must I make, and to what charity?

Amy Argetsinger: Hey, last week, you probably could have gotten this for $50 and cab fair. But now that I see Ali Wentworth is commanding $200K, well, I can't take less than that.

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Sarah Silverman: Wait, I'm not Jimmy Kimmel's writer.

Amy Argetsinger: That on-off-on-off thing is now apparently off.

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Anonymous: Klum -- sweet? Have you seen her dead-eye glare on that show she does? Every now and then you get a glimpse of pure, unadulterated evil. You can just imagine how she must have had some relative who was a zealous concentration camp guard.

Amy Argetsinger: Whoa.

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Covering for Roxanne: I would have thought this was specifically listed in your job duties, since you handle it so well. That's what teamwork is!

Roxanne Roberts: Can we note that drive from Virginia and sit in traffic? Where's the sympathy? The love?

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Cubicle in D.C.: "Kate is di$traught and up$et becau$e her gravytrain i$ leaving the $tation. The kid$ probably don't care about the cameramen a$ much a$ the dog$."

I literally just broke out in hysterics. I think I frightened my co-workers.

Roxanne Roberts: That's okay---keeps them on their toes.

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Washingtonian's Most Stylish: The Washingtonian has selected D.C.'s most stylish people. Washingtonian.com Am I correct that this sets Washington back 15 years in the style department? And we had made so much progress.

Amy Argetsinger: So, who would you have put on the list? Or are you saying it's hopeless?

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Ben: I "dated" Jimmy Kimmel before too...

Roxanne Roberts: Isn't that why talk show hosts become talk show hosts? How else would they get "dates"?

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Amy Argetsinger: Sad news for the professional wrestling world and the Cyndi Lauper fan community: Captain Lou Albano has died. He was 76.

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Bush twins: What is the latest with them? Where are they hiding? I miss them. Sigh...

Amy Argetsinger: Well, Jenna's living in Baltimore (does that count as hiding?) and doing regular segments on the "Today" show (which doesn't count as hiding). Barbara is still hanging otu in New York. Think she still works for the Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum. But she keeps a kind of low profile. My Google News alert for her doesn't produce a whole lot.

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Cleveland Park, Washington, D.C.: Billy Mays is the Tupac of TV pitchmen.

Amy Argetsinger: Aw, yeah.

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Evan Bayh sneaker problem: I'm a little younger than Evan Bayh, but also have a ton of foot problems and just came off of two years of surgery and recuperation. Speaking from experience, he should buy some black Rockport or New Balance walking shoes. No one would know the difference and his feet would thank him. (I finally bought my first pair of cute shoes in years. Low-heeled, of course. It was very exciting.)

Amy Argetsinger: Thanks for the podiatric advice.

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Wait, Wait...: Roxanne, Glad you could make it to Boston for WWDTM. Meeting you and the other panelists at the dinner was really fun. And I just 'loved' the guest this week -- hope you did too! Come visit us again and bring Amy with you.

Roxanne Roberts: Thanks. You would love Amy.

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Amy Argetsinger: So, anyone heard any good jokes lately?

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Reston, Va.: Hi Ladies: Since everyone else has an opinion on this, what is your take on the situation with the Redskins? Will we be waving goodbye to Jim Zorn in the coming weeks? Will Danny Snyder's house be listed in the surreal estate any time soon?

Roxanne Roberts: Dan is here to stay, which is more than we can say about Zorn. Plenty of blame to go around, but the buck stops at the head coach and GM----and Zorn is swimming upstream in quicksand at this point. Love him or hate him, Dan's not going anywhere.

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Non-gossip question: So... wedding out of town this weekend. Is it trashy to hook up with a groomsman? Or accepted? I think there will be some cute ones.

Amy Argetsinger: Are you kidding? That's the whole point of weddings, isn't it?

You're not going to the same wedding I'm going to, are you? I think all those groomsmen are married.

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Amy, does it bother you: that Roxanne gets all the shout-outs for her radio appearances? What would you like us to give you shout-outs for?

Amy Argetsinger: Oh, why don't you just go on about how great Tom Sietsema is instead?

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Amy Argetsinger: So, who would you have put on the list? Or are you saying it's hopeless? : Why, Roxanne, of course!

I'm not saying it's hopeless; in fact, just the opposite. That's why I marvel that THESE are the 18 people chosen.

Amy Argetsinger: Any time a magazine puts out a "list" of any kind, you know there's a lot of politics and focus-grouping going on. Shocking, I know; you of course assume it's pure merit...

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Rockville, Md. : In Tom's chat, he posted a letter that the owners of Restaurant Eve sent in. They mentioned they turned down two reality shows. Any idea what they were?

Amy Argetsinger: Who knows. There are simply too many reality shows floating around. I know you're immediately thinking, "Oh, Real Housewives or Real World" -- but you know there are SO many foodie shows floating around; every we're hearing about a local restaurant or local chef who's going to be on Food Network or Bravo or something...

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Good Jokes: My so-called life.

Roxanne Roberts: Now you're making me feel bad. Boy troubles? Girl troubles? Work troubles? You can tell us---Carolyn Hax isn't here today.

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Amy Argetsinger: Are you kidding? That's the whole point of weddings, isn't it? : well, see, that's what I thought. But I didn't want to be the "bad girl" at the wedding. Or maybe I do. Hmmm.... Thanks. Now I will just say, "Amy and Rox said it was ok!" and throw caution to the wind!

Roxanne Roberts: Groom is off-limits. Just sayin'.

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Joke: Mushroom walks into a bar, bartender says "Sorry, we don't serve food here." Mushroom says "Awwww, come on, I'm a Fungi!"

Badump-ump.

Amy Argetsinger: I don't get it.

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Joke: A rabbi, a priest and a minister walk into a bar....the bartender says, "what is this, a joke?"

Amy Argetsinger: Hahaha!

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Halloween is coming: What are your costumes? What kind of candy are you handing out? Who has been in your column that you think would be a good stop on my trick-or-treating trip?

Amy Argetsinger: I live in the land of no children. No trick-or-treaters have ever knocked on my door. If I bought candy, I'd end up distributing it to homeless people. Actually, that's a nice idea.

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Anonymous: Fungi = Fun guy

Amy Argetsinger: Ohhhhhh, okay. Funny!

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Anonymous: Who does hax go to when she has problems?

Amy Argetsinger: I don't think she has any.

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Washington, D.C. : Just don't hook up with the groom's brother or anyone else related as then you split the family gossip difference and the bride gets ticked when all eyes aren't on her. Er, just sayin'. This could happen. To someone.

Amy Argetsinger: Not that you know from personal experience, anyway. Just extrapolating, right?

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Biggest Loser: OK, I know this is not the Lisa TV chat, but do either of you watch The Biggest Loser? Any thoughts/gossip about the contestants?

Amy Argetsinger: No, sorry, I've never seen more than a couple minutes of it.. .

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Real World no more?: NBC 4 was reporting that they are gone-true? Not that they will be missed....

Amy Argetsinger: I *think* they're still here. But not for much longer.

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Brooklyn, N.Y.: I'm sure one of you must know this. But can cats burp?

Roxanne Roberts: As a life-long cat owner, I'm going to say no. Mine sneeze, cough and throw up----but I cannot recall an actual burp.

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Capitol dress-code enforcers: Just curious how recently the Capitol dress-code enforcers started allowing female members of the House and Senate to wear pantsuits on the floor. I'm guessing that up until some point, it used to be skirt-suits only.

Amy Argetsinger: I wish I knew this off the top of my head. That's a very good question. Definitely it was pre-Hillary.

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Old Setve Martin joke (since the Style section has a review of him): Grasshopper walks into a bar and the bartender says, "I've got a drink named after you." The grasshopper says, "you've got a drink named Fred?" Never did think Steve Martin was all that funny.

Amy Argetsinger: Actually, that made me laugh.

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Peggy Cooper Cafritz: Any update on Ms. Cafritz is doing post fire?

Roxanne Roberts: Good question. Peggy is tough, but this was a huge loss. I'm guessing she's rebuilding her house and art collection---but will check in and let you know.

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Style setters?: Maybe they should have included all those D.C. United players who were photographed naked? That was interesting....

Amy Argetsinger: Have you all seen this? Link to follow. It strangely makes the black tube socks the focal point. Fascinating.

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washingtonpost.com: Naked D.C. United (D.C. Sports Bog)

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Speaking of hair...: I would miss Zorn. He has the absolute best hair of any NFL coach!

Amy Argetsinger: This is so true. We don't write enough about Zorn's hair.

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I think I'll go trick-or-treating at Dan Snyder's: and get me a Redskin coaching job! Hear they are giving those away!

Amy Argetsinger: Hahaha!

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Cat Burp: I don't know about cats, but dogs can burp. My beagle burps after dinner and after large amount of water. It is pretty funny because she scares herself when she burps.

Amy Argetsinger: How did it come to this?

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Ashburn, Va.: So Real Housewives has to resort to the D team because no one wants to partake. Does Bravo honestly think RHO McLean or Bethesda would be compelling. Do you think Bravo will just pull the plug?

Amy Argetsinger: Well, let's remember that in every city they've done this, the stars have been previously unknown people, for the most part. That's not going to be any different in D.C.

And I do think Bravo can find people in this area who are reality-compelling. However: I maintain that those people are mostly going to be the kinds of people, background-wise, that you'd find in any other affluent community. They're not going to be the political or government people, because those people just can't afford to expose themselves like that.

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For the record: My cats burp. Not often, but it happens.

Amy Argetsinger: You mean you actually recorded this?

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Anonymous: "Any thoughts/gossip about the contestants?"

Yeah, they're all fat

Amy Argetsinger: Nyah, nyah!

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Since my whole family is sick: I wondered, anyone from your column dealing with H1N1?

Amy Argetsinger: I bought some hand sanitizer the other day. Does that count?

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Captain Lou Albano: Being slightly older and a wrestling fan when Cyndi Lauper hit the scene, I'll never forget the first time I saw the Girls Just Wanna Have Fun video; I shouted out loud to my girlfriend "What the hell is Captain Lou Albano doing in a music video?" She said "Who's that?" I sighed knowing our relationship was doomed.

Amy Argetsinger: Are you now happily married to longtime Mick Foley fan?

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Anonymous: Cat's can burp according to this site

Can cats burp? (Yahoo Answers)

Amy Argetsinger: Yeah, so why ask us?

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My favorite joke as a kid: (It helps if you read it out load.)

what do you call a fish with no eyesi's?

fsh!

Amy Argetsinger: hahahahaha! I mean that sincerely.

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Re: Senate fashion cops: I don't know when they started allowing pants suits, but I was stopped once when I was wearing a suit with a long jacket. He told me coats weren't allowed on the floor. Well duh! I know that. It took a while to explain it was not a coat, as my boss was waiting on the floor for a document. I miss that job.

Roxanne Roberts: Took a while for the doorkeepers to figure out women's fashion. I thought you were going to say you took the "coat" off. That would have been fun.

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Cats burping: my cat makes this gross little strangle pre-vomit sound and then the air around her smells like old cat food. I'd say that's a burp.

Roxanne Roberts: Eeeew. Yes, it does.

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Can cats burp?: Not that I've ever seen, but the startled look on a cat's face when it, um, emits gas from the other direction, is priceless. Then it looks accusingly at the nearest human (just like we do).

Roxanne Roberts: This chat is going downhill fast.

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Philadelphia, Pa.: I just learned Al Martino died a few days ago. He was big like Snoop Dog back in his day.

washingtonpost.com: 'Godfather' singer Al Martino dies age 82: reports AP, Oct. 14)

Amy Argetsinger: Volare! The guy who played Johnny Fontane. How can he have been 82?

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Big Love: I was in D.C. a couple of weeks ago and came across the folks from Big Love filming a scene. I do not get HBO or know the actors, so I asked one of the props/wardrobe guys what was being filmed. He angrily replied, "Big Love, it's on HBO," in this snooty, your an idiot tone. It just seemed rude and inappropriate. I will now not get HBO and not ever watch anything or reach anything dealing with Big Love.

Amy Argetsinger: That's obnoxious. I'm with you there. Of course, everyone swears I'd just love the show.

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Hand sanitizer: If you're making quantity purchases, check with Dana Milbank who is always talking about the copious quantities of Purell he uses.

Amy Argetsinger: Dana is a very, very sanitary man.

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Arlington, Va.: Billy Mays DID NOT die of a coke OD. If we're going to talk about dead people the least we can do is not tell lies about how they died.

Amy Argetsinger: Okay, you're right, I should have caught that going through. It's a tricky business, monitoring an online chat. The medical examiner ruled that cocaine use contributed to the heart disease that killed him and that, while he had used it in recent days, it was not under its effect at the time of his death.

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Not unrelated to cats burping: At one point, R.E.M. was considering naming thier "Out of Time" (1992 or so) album Cat Butt.

Roxanne Roberts: Actually, I kind of like that. Then again, I'm a sucker for almost anything cat. You seen the video about the three cats vying over one piece of steak? We'll post the link, just because.

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Either A Problem Or A Sitcom Plot: "Anonymous: Who does Hax go to when she has problems?

Amy Argetsinger: I don't think she has any."

Isn't the art that illustrates Hax's column drawn by her former husband? Who started doing the drawings when he wasn't "former"? I could see some possible problems (or as you two might call them, potential column items) during that kind of transition.

Amy Argetsinger: Carolyn's ex-husband Nick has done the cartoons all along, when they were married, and when they were no longer married, and still today. She was pretty open about the divorce when it was going on.

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On Big Love: It's a good show. Though Chloe Sevigny looks like she always needs a flea dip.

Amy Argetsinger: Hahaha! I don't know what that means.

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washingtonpost.com: Katzen streiten sich ums Fleisch (YouTube)

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The Post Pundit Contest: I'm thinking about entering - any pointers you can provide?

Amy Argetsinger: I don't know. Good posture, and make sure there's nothing stuck in your teeth. And don't plagiarize. Otherwise -- just be yourself.

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Silver Spring, Md.: Rhee's hair. I think it looks bad. Flattens her face.

Amy Argetsinger: Okay, thanks for your vote.

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Big Love: Seriously, the Big Love hater gets dissed by one peon on the D. C. set and she swears off it for life? That's just childish. It's like vowing to vote for McCain because the Secret Service wouldn't let you hug Obama. Dumb.

Amy Argetsinger: Actually, people make voting decisions like that all the time...

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Amy Argetsinger: Roxanne is cackling over that Three Cats, One Steak video all over again.

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Purell: Dana Milbank uses lots of Purell because he covers politics.

Insert clip of Ed McMahon(sp?) yelling: Hey-o!

Roxanne Roberts: Ha ha ha!

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Cat video: The cat in the middle knew what it was doing (let the others do the work), although I thought the video really got good starting around 2:20 with the first big positioning change.

Roxanne Roberts: Very Washington, no?

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Real Housewives DC and Political wives: Too bad we can't reach into the past and bring Martha Mitchell back! She would have spilled the beans.

Roxanne Roberts: She would have been awesome. Those were the days.

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Fleas are the least of it.: "Though Chloe Sevigny looks like she always needs a flea dip."

Well, after Vince Gallo and "Brown Bunny" (OK, I haven't actually seen it, but I've heard enough), it sure couldn't hurt.

Amy Argetsinger: Gotcha.

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Dupont Circle, D.C.: I saw a couple of the Real World kids on the Metro a few weeks ago. Two "Real World-ers" and 4 or 5 camera crew and people with clipboards and those forms you have to sign. Other than that, they looked like anyone else. Also, John Legend -- way cuter in person!

Amy Argetsinger: Shorter and cuter. Very endearing.

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Roxanne late: So that's why she runs behind--she's always watching cat videos on YouTube.

Roxanne Roberts: I've sworn off cute cats until cocktail hour.

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WDC - Dupont: So how did Rhee wear her hair before? Also, who is that athlete she is dating?

Amy Argetsinger: Shoulder-length. Yes, she's been linked to Sacramento Mayro Kevin Johnson, formerly an NBA star.

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Burpposts: Since Weingarten went to 1 x month, we have to hold our bodily function chats somewhere

Roxanne Roberts: Happy to oblige---as long as we keep it to cat burps.

Which reminds me: Lunchtime! And we have a column to write! So send your tips and sighting to reliablesource@washpost.com and start thinking about our Halloween costumes.

Next week, gang.

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