Janeane garofalo and henry rollins dating
You were somebody, Henry, because you were yourself. Despite your eschewal of drugs and alcohol and continuing preference for unadorned T-shirts, Henry, you know you’re one of now.While you seem to think your political opinions are still perceptive and edgy, they’re mostly recognizable as the default liberal opinions of the LA set you hang with these days.“We were married for 20 years until this evening.” She added, “We got married drunk in Vegas . [We thought] you have to go down to the courthouse and sign papers and stuff, so who knew?We were married, and apparently now that [Rob] is getting married for real, his lawyer dug up something.” We’re told Cohen, whose credits include HBO’s “The Life & Times of Tim,” is engaged to Jill Leiderman, a producer on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” While Wikipedia had described Garofalo and Cohen as married, they apparently thought it was all part of the two-decade joke.It’s interesting to go back and watch some of Janeane’s movies from the 1990s – very few of them are “good movies” but she’s good in them, and I always think that she was a better actress and a much prettier woman than people claimed.Like, everyone was always like Janeane Garofalo was married for 20 years and didn’t even know it, until she needed to get divorced Saturday.As embarrassing as it now seems, I found much of what you wrote back then inspiring. Even Madonna observed that you’d never forgotten your roots. When you started being seen publicly with that loathsome loudmouth Janeane Garofalo (”the Tea Party is racist”), it was already too late.You were the antithesis of the rock star, the anti-Bret Michaels. It probably wasn’t a conscious decision on your part, but nobody plays for long with the showbiz crowd and remains untouched.
One of my happiest moments as a West Wing fan was when she joined the series in the last two seasons as a brash communications expert/image-maker.
Henry, in hindsight, it now seems clear that the supposed individualism and self-actualization you made a career out of promoting was only another form of the self-absorption that Malcolm Muggeridge called the Great Liberal Death Wish.