Earlier this month, troubled ex-cutie Janeane Garrofalo spoke with Gawker (link). This time she was in more an ultra-high class scatological mood rather than her usual bitter mood. She also reveals that she hasn't signed on to a new season of the 24 television program. She also wants "Sam Seder to get what's due him". I think Janeane Garofalo meant that in a nice way rather than in the way that everyone else means it.
And, of course, there's the expected parochialism as she reveals the left and far-left news sources she relies on. Oddly enough, one of those is Foreign Affairs magazine, from the CFR.
Here are some of the high-class outtakes, for your enjoyment or whatever:
There's a lot of duct tape [in her New York City apartment]. It smells like a dog. And I'm not the cleanest person in the world. I'm a little messy. So even if I wanted to sell it to move, it would just be too embarrassing for someone my age to show it to others. Because it looks like a low-rent Montessori school at the moment. It looks like a bunch of kids live here... But oddly it seems if I do get recognized, it happens to be when there's a big dump by my dogs I'm picking up or I slip on the ice or if I'm buying tampons or toilet paper, as crass as that sounds—please forgive me... There's a lot of homeless pooping and then wiping themselves with a random flyer. I've seen a number of times where a homeless gentleman will squat and take a dump and then grab a flyer off the wall and wipe themselves... I've seen a random blow job given in the West Village late night... I've seen sex happening...on the hood of a car...outside my window no less... I watched until they were done. How could you not? I seem compelled to watch sexual acts and blow jobs happening... I've been known to listen... In hotels, I always listen. I'll turn down the volume of the TV to listen. I don't know why it amuses me, but it does. I'm a listener and a looker.
"Well, thank you for your time and it was quite enjoyable, but I need to go file a bug report with eHarmony."
Posted in Janeane at January 27, 2009 07:38 PM
Monitoring Air America Radio [TM] so you don't have to.