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Jazz musician/actor Jeff Goldblum was spotted prowling the urban jungle of Manhattan on Wednesday afternoon. At first, it appeared that the Goldblum had trouble readjusting to the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple. According to onlookers, Goldblum looked pensive while trying to enjoy a cappuccino at a café. The witness said, "It seemed like he was really missing L.A." After leaving the café, however, his frown turned upside down when he began chatting up a young filly. According to another onlooker, Goldblum did not appear to be as pensive as before, adding, "It looked like he was using the old 'I'm new to town' routine and I think it worked."
While enjoying a lunch with a lady friend in West Hollywood, soon to be Law & Order: Criminal Intent star Jeff Goldblum became mildly perturbed when a woman stepped in between him and an enterprising paparazzo. Goldblum thought if he was going to be filmed while enjoying a delicious meal, then there should at least be some high quality shots of his face. Goldblum added, "I mean, this guy went to great lengths to step up the shot. You know, getting everything perfectly in focus and then, this woman, I'm sure she's a lovely person, but she disrupts the picture. Maybe I'm cranky because I haven't had my muffin yet. Carbs will make things better."
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The Fly star Jeff Goldblum ushered in a bold new era in male fashion: going shirtless. Goldblum was unsatisfied with the quality of tailored shirts and just decided to go without one. Goldblum said, "I'm not sure it's as much of a fashion statement as it's a form of protest. Designers need to bring something more to the table if they would like their wears to grace this finely sculpted body." However, the Earth Girls Are Easy star left the Bev Hills boutique with a large bag, which was quite possibly full of shirts. When asked about his purchase, Goldblum replied, "I'm going to give these shirts a test with the ladies over at the Polo Lounge. Then we'll see if this shirtless fad continues."
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Not since John Cusack found himself the recipient of a series of care packages containing love letters, screwdrivers, and rocks tossed over the fence of his property by a heartsick, homeless admirer, have we been so struck by a celebrity stalker's pertinacity: Meet Linda Ransom, an unfortunately surnamed aspiring screenwriter with third-act problems so insurmountable, she's been tormenting Jeff Goldblum for eight years:
A reader writes, "Jeff [Goldblum] goes to the Crunch on Houston and Broadway and consistently hits on anything in a skirt (or more accurately anything in cardio stretch pants. who isn't a man.) Anyway, it's a pretty regular source of humor for everyone who witnesses."