In Other News…

August 4th, 2011  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  1 Comment

Hey, look at that! Matt and Nathan have recently made appearances in other media. Here’s Mr. Thornburgh quoted in Daily Finance on his decision not to have a third kid:

“Right around the time you start considering a third kid is when you start paying full-fare airfare on the kids you already have, along with expenses like preschool and childcare.”

And here’s Mr. Gross pontificating about and on

“When I was in Italy looking for a place, there were profiles of Italian guys in their mid-20s that only wanted women to stay with them. That’s a good warning sign.”

Theodore Ross, where the fuck are you?


  1. dadwagon says:

    August 4th, 2011at 1:03 pm(#)

    Not whoring myself out to the media, you fame-ball–love, theodore.

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