Michael A. Bachmann: The Pizza Whisperer

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I was walking by a store yesterday and a cute chubby bear caught my eye on a silent television screen.  I knew I had a few seconds left to keep a mental note as to what commercial it was.  It had something to do with this gorgeous man talking to a pizza with massive meatballs on it.  Immediately googled Round Table Pizza at home (I know, I need an iPhone) — and voila — I got all the videos I needed on this chub with the nickname, “The Pizza Whisperer.”  Click on the photo below to check out the videos in the Round Table Pizza Site.

Pizza Whisperer

Learn more about Michael A. Bachmann’s in his blog.  It’s a great read and has a couple of funny videos and there’s one called “Neighborhood Watch” that was so unbelievably wrong, it’s hilarious…

Michael A Bachmann Blog Photo

Anyway, here are more photos of the handsome Mr. Bachmann.  They’re from his LACasting.com’s resume/headshots page.

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9 comments on “Michael A. Bachmann: The Pizza Whisperer

  1. BioBear says:

    He’s classy. I like it.

  2. Chubarama says:

    Very handsome. Wow.

  3. Buddy says:

    Nice eyes.

  4. Really? says:

    He is beautiful. Simply beautiful.

  5. PORTO says:

    Healthy legs
    Sexy black sox
    Beautiful blue eyes
    Square chin
    Flashy smile
    Wonderful tie

    Should i go on?
    🙂

  6. Tim says:

    Dayum! Very sexy!

  7. Dave says:

    Bear Invasion! Aspen Sees Tenfold Increase in Bear Sightings
    Officials Tell Colorado Residents to Be “Mean” to the Bears

    “Bears are emblematic of the Aspen community,” said Aspen resident Mark Goodman. “They are wild, beautiful, fabulous creatures that are awesome, yet you keep your distance … the beauty and the fear is what makes it so fascinating.”

    Fascinating, but this year, it’s a dangerous problem. Aspen police report a nearly tenfold increase in the number of bear sightings in town. Wildlife experts think that a moist spring caused a berry shortage, forcing hungry bears to wander into town in search of food.

    In Aspen, three people this summer have been attacked in their own homes, including Maureen Hirsch. A bear came into her house through locked French doors.

  8. Argentinoso says:

    SO CUTE!

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