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Anony Blogger Seduces Celeb Online Through Eastside/Westside Bar Talk

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There's a relatively new local blog on the scene called Blazing Shark. Albeit a bit, ohhhh, NSFW (in words, not photos), it's all about the red headed Westsider's sexually adventurous life (she even flirts on Twitter). Her most recent post reminisces on some successful celebrity stalking earlier this year.

The problem with putting me in front of a television for too long is that I will spend even more time in front of my computer stalking the hot guy I just saw in a milk commercial or a tv show or in the movie that tanked at the box office. In the good old days, before our parents and everyone else signed up for a social networking tool and before privacy settings were common, celebrities could quietly get away with having a mostly under the radar myspace page. Lesser known celebrities can still pull it off, the no name or forgotten ones not gracing the gossip blogs and US Weekly. Since I’m in it for the story, I’ll take a washed up comedian over an ex fratboy douchebag any day.

So she sees a cute boy on TV and finds him on MySpace:

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From: Blazing Shark Date: Feb 24, 2008 12:56 PM i would like to get a beverage with you sometime.. at the rustic inn. From: Unnamed Actor Date: Feb 26, 2008 2:17 AM
Why would you wanna put yourself through that?

They go on to talk about Crabby Joes, Cha Cha Lounge, The Daily Pint, Saints and Sinners, Cock and Bull, The King's Head. But where do they meet before things get scandaliscious? The Valley.

Photo via The Blazing Shark blog