Monday, November 1, 2010

If the Election Doesn't Go Her Way, Giffords Has a Backup Career

Posted By on Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 1:40 PM

Gabrielle Giffords worked a brief shift—heavy on the hand-shaking—yesterday at the Trident Grill, as reported by KMSB Fox 11 (home of the Entertainment Searchlight, featuring someone from the Weekly and the always charming Lou Raguse). The first pour they show looks like a good one, but the one near the end of the clip seems like a potential do-over.

Nintz adds: That wasn't Giffords' only stint working around CD8 over the weekend. She also dished out gelato at Frost on Saturday and bused tabled at the Good Egg on Sunday. The unorthodox campaign stunts went largely ignored by the media, with the exception of the above news story on Fox 11.

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