Laurence Fishburne was a chaiman of the Museum of Contemporary Arts in Tucson, Arizona and because I didn’t finish their website on time while I was an intern, I didn’t get a chance to meet Morpheus when he came to visit. There’s also a lot of other stuff that happened before, like how the director told me someone stealing my car along with all my vinyl isn’t such a big deal, along with various other things that I can’t think of because I’m trying to recover from my two-day-long voyage into the land of the 2014 Los Angeles Cannabis Cup. I’ll tell you about it later, probably as a part of HighTimes.com — but let me just reassure that it’s everything you think it is.
So an entertainment reporter based in Hollywood, California thought Samuel L. Jackson was Laurence Fishburne — and he still makes more money than you. That’s the saddest part. Check it out.