So, as y'all know, I'm a bit of a celeb-magnet on Twitter. A couple weeks ago, Bill Corbett, star of stage & screen, tweeted at me. Then, The Lost Skeleton started following me, as did His Creator, the multi-talented Larry Blamire.
This week, more celebs. First, I had a big rap session (okay, it was like 2 tweets) with long-time L.A. Times music critic Robert Hilburn, in which he broke my heart by telling me that Alan Parsons is unlikely to make it into the Rock Hall of Fame. Then, the pièce de résistance: a direct message (DM, in twitter-speak) from the beautiful & talented Mr. Crosby Loggins. Due to the way my DMs are set up, I first saw this tweet on my cellfone, enabling me to pretend that Crosby could resist my charms no longer and had txt'd my fone. Hahhahahahhhaha. Fun stuff.
I'm quite sure that one day soon, there will be far too many people on Twitter for fun stuff like this to occur, so I'm getting a kick out of it now, while I can.
Thank you, Mr. Hilburn! Thanks, Crosby! Fellas like you make Twitter more fun for a mild-mannered library worker such as myself.