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Attention South Florida: You've Just Been Klugified!


I don't know the dwindling numbers of you that still get the dead-tree edition of the Herald delivered every morning, but us neanderthals were in for quite a suprise today -- everybody got a special Herald magazine supplement called "Indulge."

Now normally I would not pay much attention to this (now that you mention it, what happened to Red Bull magazine?) but numerous tipsters immediately alerted me to this breaking news:


Yes South Florida, this really happened.

The accompanying article is all about The Kluginator's extensive cowboy boot collection (23 pairs and counting!) and includes an anecdote about how a jury consultant once advised him that a working-class Boston jury wouldn't cotton to the boots, and so he bonded with the poor Red Sox-loving townies by buying a pair of Bruno Maglis!

There's even a reference to our crappy little blawg.

Thank you thank you thank you Miami Indulge -- you guys really know how to warm a blogger's cold dark (boot-free) heart.

Comments

  1. Are those stuffed snakes in that picture!?

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  2. Where's the City Slicker's clip?

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  3. The article is unbelievable!!

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  4. It's still Spencer's world and we're all still just living in it. He'a just livin a lil bit larger.

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  5. 5'7?? With the cowboy boots on, ok. Without them, not so much.

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  6. Sorry but those boots are too gay. Why do they have to rub it in our face?

    Happy weekend all! Love and Happiness!

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  7. How does a wee little man salve his insecurity ?

    COWBOY BOOTS, FOR STARTERS!

    Alan, you're still short pal. But we love you!

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  8. This is douchetastic! Only Kluger would think the article is not humiliating.

    This douche makes miami what it is - douchetastic!

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  9. why doesnt the article note the(teeny weenie) size of his feet ?

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  10. why does he call his wife boring?

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  11. I love that he conspicuously drops his ny residence.

    Putz

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  12. Same boots as Rick Perry.

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  13. Happy Friday, SFL.

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  14. Wait a minute! Not this Alan Kluger?

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  15. Which boots are for the stuffed animals?

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  16. He's laughing all the way to the bank.

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  17. Wow! Your new truck is perfect for a family get away and amazing adventures! I bet you can drive it on a highway or even in a very rocky road with ease because of its body lift! I always dreamt of owning a truck because I love traveling, and it has every space that I need for my luggage. :D Have a great trip!
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