I hope all is well with all of you!! This is one of the adventures I've had recently. Me, the Blue Bunny and North Hollywood Yesterday, Oct 05, I went on an "Epic Adventure", with an old friend. To North Hollywood for an audition he had with producers and directors of a Speed Channel reality show called Epic Ride. We got there a hour1/2 early. So we wondered around looking for a small coffee stand or shop. I must say here that "I hate starbucks" and one was just a block away. So we went the other way to continue looking. What we found was a very nice Portuguese pastry shop that also severed Espresso. We ordered our Americana's iced. Our shop keeper was very pretty and nice. I asked her if there was an "el bano" (Bathroom) near by. She pointed, with a grin, at the ceiling, "it's on the second floor right above us, and I'll have to get you the key". She went into the back area of the shop and came out with a very well used Lop-eared Blue Bunny with an S&M collar and key attached to its neck; she also told me where the elevator was. This is where I should also tell you some additional info. Look in my pics on myspace, picture me, in north Hollywood, with a sleeveless black t-shirt that has in big bright yellow letters: Stop Picturing Me Naked! Now the building this shop is in is one of the most populace of places for ascending actors, actresses, producers and such. Many auditions go on day and night. There must have been 30 to 40 people up there on the second floor. They all stopped what they were doing to stare at my entrance. Taking in the whole scene I had un-intentionally created. I, too, was a little stunned by the scene I was seeing from my perspective, having recognized, right away, several of them as support stars in various movies and TV shows. So, what do I do with a potentially immobilizing moment, I walked over to one of the more timid looking aspiring actress's and said "I think the bathroom is on this floor, the rabbit really needs to go". Of course I held it up close as though it were real and petted it gently, reassuring it to hold on. Her mouth fell open as though she was going to speak but nothing came out. She nervously only pointed toward a long hallway. I said "the rabbit thanks you". As I walked in the direction she had indicated I could feel the eyes on me. She apparently wasn't the only one jaw dropped. As I walked down the hallway, it acted to amplify everything being said outside. I heard some one say "Did he have a blue bunny in his hand?" another said "wasn't that the guy from Hawaii?" You need to know here; I told my friend before leaving Phoenix 'that if anyone said anything to me about" "Dog the Bounty Hunter"' as soon as I hear the "D" I would bark viscously at them. That did not happen here, though it did cross my mind. What did happen was this: As I came out of the hallway, I was faced with a slightly larger group then when I went in. I was more than a little stunned by the scene I was seeing from this new perspective. So, thinking quickly, I walked back to and began telling the timid actress I spoke to before, about the Bear in the woods and the rabbit. "A bear was taking a crap in the woods one day, when a rabbit chanced by. The bear said "Hello" to the rabbit and the rabbit said "Hi". The bear asked the rabbit "if he had trouble with poop sticking to his fur?" The rabbit responded saying "No I don't ever have that problem" The bear reached out and snatched up the rabbit, quickly wiping his **** with him. Needless to say, I had many more dropped jaws in complete silence as I headed for the elevator…..