Different strokes I guess. I won't watch Conan. I don't think the show is funny at all. Leno is pretty good. I usually watch Letterman.shay2nak said:i can't believe this guy makes $16,000,000 a year. He's not even funny. NBC should pay Conan that much and give him Leno's time slot.
Hey Bobrtking said:BTW, I should arrange a get-together to go to this bookstore. It was my little secret auto book place for many years, but it's grown-up and it seems everyone knows about it now...
Let's make it a Club111 event... who's in charge of organizing events?mikester said:Hey kids -
I've got an idea, we could hit Autobooks in Burbank, as well as Exoticar in Beverly Hills - they've got some outrageous models and other stuff. And I think that other book store is not that far from Exoticar. Maybe even a trip to the Peterson although that may be too much for one day....
I believe Leno is a frequent participant in some drives that occur in SoCal...somewhere along Mullholland Freeway?Little Bastard said:It's been a dream of mine to meet Mr. Leno in person, maybe ex-change a couple of words with the man. Anybody know how I could go about meeting him? PM me.
I am inspired by the man, he slept in his car when he first got to Cali and now he's taking delivery of his newest supercar...
Leno would rather hang out in the garage than do almost anything else--except write and tell jokes. So his spare time is spent tinkering with his cars, or riding his bikes. He turns up at local car shows, rides one of his bikes up to the Rock Store on Sundays and often invites friends over to look at new acquisitions.
To offer an alternate perspective..JonM3Coupe said:And just to clarify: I do not begrudge Leno his personality traits, whatever they may be. I am only saying that I would be very reluctant to approach him and start talking cars. He comes off as a guy who wants to be left alone.