Saying, "Anyone can get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame nowadays," after hearing of late rotund SNL clown Chris Farley's recent sidewalk tribute is actually pretty dead-on. The crying-on-the-inside Farley, was featured on the long-running NBC show from 1990-95 until he left to pursue a movie career, starring in such unforgettable chestnuts as Tommy Boy, Black Sheep and Beverly Hills Ninja. Of course, "anyone" doesn't mean just anyone, as the nominee has to have been employed in the entertainment industry (porn stars excluded), but as far as nominating someone goes, spin him or her the right way (and cough up the $15,000 fee for installation, siting and perpetual maintenance) and your favorite industry footnote (living or 5-years-dead) can forever have homeless guys sleeping on him or her, too. It's a good thing that just anyone can't be nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. Wait a minute - strike that, reverse it...
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