I found this to be utterly amusing:

On a personal note, my own fame has resulted recognition by the guy who punches my LIRR ticket, and in my old office, the guy who filled the soda machine — and that’s pretty much it.

So much for fame.

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6 Responses to “Fame & Fortune in Business Week”

  1. logicalthought says:

    That chick is SERIOUSLY cute…

    Is she smarter than Maria?

    Wait a second…

    My KEYBOARD is smarter than Maria!

  2. S says:

    Enduring fame requires a gimmick. Bow-tie? Already done. Eye patch? Too piratey. Fedora? Possibly.

    How about……sweaters!

    I bet if you ALWAYS appeared on camera wearing a super stylish sweater, more people would stop you on the street and say, “hey, aren’t you the sweater guy from TV?”

    Sweaters. The garment to immortal fame.

  3. Metroplexual says:

    Hey that a pretty fricken big camera for youtube. Too funny.

  4. Bucky Katt says:

    But we know ya Barry!

  5. theroxylandr says:

    >>> On a personal note, my own fame has resulted recognition by the guy who punches my LIRR ticket, and in my old office, the guy who filled the soda machine — and that’s pretty much it

    That’s bearish :-)

    Seriously :-)

  6. DavidB says:

    You need to make a scandal Barry. THEN you’ll be known by everybody….for about 15 minutes (;