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MetroplexJim
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I've always wanted a pied a terre in NYC ... - Sat, 11/17/12 7:40 AM

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Re:I've always wanted a pied a terre in NYC ... - Sat, 11/17/12 1:05 PM
I don't know, I think I'd feel a little cramped there, plus I like a co-op with a neat view!
Denise Rich ain't bad for 68!!
"He who dies with the most toys, wins" author unknown by me, but Geffin is in the running!

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Re:I've always wanted a pied a terre in NYC ... - Sun, 12/9/12 12:31 AM
By the way, David Geffen is now widely thought to be the gentleman referred to in Carly Simon's song "You're So Vain."
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Re:I've always wanted a pied a terre in NYC ... - Sun, 12/9/12 8:51 AM
mr chips

By the way, David Geffen is now widely thought to be the gentleman referred to in Carly Simon's song "You're So Vain."

I think Kanye West has that one already locked up.... 
http://www.celebitchy.com..._himself_perform_live/

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Re:I've always wanted a pied a terre in NYC ... - Sun, 12/9/12 11:53 AM
mr chips


By the way, David Geffen is now widely thought to be the gentleman referred to in Carly Simon's song "You're So Vain."

I always thought it was Mick Jagger.

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Re:I've always wanted a pied a terre in NYC ... - Sun, 12/9/12 2:21 PM
Mick was often suspected, but I thought that was unlikely given that he sings on the track. Geffen is gay. Was he dating Carly Simon back then? Plus, back then he wasn't really considered much of a jerk. I still go with Warren Beatty.

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Re:I've always wanted a pied a terre in NYC ... - Sun, 12/9/12 3:34 PM
Indeed, my fellow Arlingtonian Warren Beatty remains the consensus choice.
 
(Didn't Carly Simon 'auction off' her 'secret' for charity a few years back?  I think she agreed to tell the winner if they agreed to keep it "just between them").

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Re:I've always wanted a pied a terre in NYC ... - Sun, 12/9/12 5:27 PM
Dick Ebersol won that auction.

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Re:I've always wanted a pied a terre in NYC ... - Mon, 12/10/12 4:33 AM
The song does sound like Warren Beatty to me. I just don't see warren gavotting.

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Re:I've always wanted a pied a terre in NYC ... - Mon, 12/10/12 6:25 AM
Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle


Dick Ebersol won that auction.


And, evidently, ain't talking ...

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Re:I've always wanted a pied a terre in NYC ... - Mon, 12/10/12 11:39 AM
Ya think Warren Beatty got more than his fair share?