PittGirl loves David Conrad

David Conrad.

Know him?


David Conrad is pretty well known here in the Burgh because he was born here, does/did theatre here, starred in “Relativity” a while back, lots of TV work, and now really getting into films. You may have seen him in “Wedding Crashers.”

Am I boring you? Sorry. Here’s why I asked. Check out this letter to the editor in today’s PG:

It’s not stealing

Good thing no Associated Press photographers were present when I and a couple New Yorkers, one of whom wore a uniform, broke into a shopping market four blocks away from the World Trade Center on Sept. 11 and dragged out 20 cases of water. We had entered and left with goods, the definition of looting.

All of us should be damn careful next time we use the L-word about some poor washed-out guy from New Orleans. If I had been down there, I would’ve taken a hell of a lot more than water — and smiled when they took the picture.

Why did I only take water from the store in Manhattan? It’s what the firemen asked for, that and cloth napkins to clean their eyes. When we offered food, they said they weren’t hungry.

Strip District

I bet that’s him. Makes sense that he would have been in NYC as he does so much theatre, plus he still keeps a home in the Strip.

Cool Dude.

David? Call me, ya cutie!

And another thing. If I was famous like David Conrad, I wouldn’t leave my identity up to question. I would either have written, “When I was in NYC on September 11 filming a movie because I am incredibly hot and famous, I broke into . . .” or I would have signed it “THE David Conrad, Strip District.”

But that’s just me.


  1. Henry
    September 8, 2005 10:40 am

    Big screen tvs=looting

    Water bread food baby stuff=NOT looting.

    Thats my opinion anyway.

    I agree pittgirl–he shoulda said “You might know me from such movies as Wedding Crashers-the R rated summer blockbuster.”

  2. pittgirl
    September 8, 2005 10:46 am

    I agree Henry. 100%.

    And I think that is David’s point too. Taking water and life preserving items is NOT stealing in times of emergency.

  3. Christopher G. Anderson
    September 8, 2005 10:50 am

    My friend Jason Dahl lives in Pitt Burgh. He is a medical student. I don’t think he knows David Conrad.

    I heard the Burgh was nice.

  4. blee1
    September 8, 2005 11:04 am

    Two things:

    1) To some, a big screen tv is a necessity. :) Water, Food, Shelter, TV, Porn. Not in that order. Though I could live without the TV.

    2) PittGirl: You say you have a BF but you want more men to call you than a 976 operator who has rent due!

  5. pittgirl
    September 8, 2005 11:06 am

    Only famous men, though. :)