80s heathrob poll...who's the best all these years..

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    Just vote which 80s star you think looks the best all these years. Tell me who you voted for.
     
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    Wowl I can't believe I missed this, but I'll go with Matt Dillon!
     
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    get real its johnny depp


    [nevermind I feel corny now that I voted and saw everyone else voted for him...]
     
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    I agree with the Matt Dillon pick and what about Rob Lowe??
     
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    Rob Lowe has the face of a woman!!
     
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    saw Ricky Schroeder on tmz the other night he's looking good, the nice basket helps. there are some good choses there and then.lol
     
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    It is kind of a funny story that happened prior to two weeks, but I did speak to a former 80s hearthrob on the phone and it was Scott Baio. It's kind of an uninteresting, but here goes:

    While browsing the site of the Bailey Baio Foundation, I decided to call the number. Upon hearing the phone answered with a Brooklynese tone: "Hello? Hello?", I went to my usual introduction and stated how I think that his support for newborn screening was a great thing to do. I then began to list his movies, almost blurting like a fan, so I felt kind of silly. I then said to him that what he and his wife was doing for the foundation was a really good cause and for most infants with these metabolic disorders to get newborn testing, even when most states don't have it at all.

    After saying this, he took a moment and said politely, "That's very nice of you to say this." And he changed his tone. "Listen, I believe you were the nicest person I spoke today and I hope to hear you again soon. Thank you for your support and your honesty. Goodbye and I hope to hear you again soon." And that was it.

    Not exactly meeting him, but more like speaking to him on the phone.
     
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