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Gerard Butler: Glasgow for the Holidays

Gerard Butler: Glasgow for the Holidays

Gerard Butler arrives at the airport on Saturday (December 24) in Glasgow, Scotland.

The 42-year-old Scottish stud took a break from filming his latest movie, Of Men and Mavericks, to spend time with friends and family over the holidays.

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Gerry is on the mend after a scary surfing accident earlier in the month – when a large outside set of waves came through, he was held down under water and hit on the head before finally being plucked out after the waves subsided.

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  • Hags Central

    @yuck:
    No, I’m not naive; just well-informed.
    .
    @yuck:
    Yes, it’s going to be exciting to be alive. Just take care of yourself now and when all of these wondrous things are available, you’d be in the best position to take advantage and benefit from them.

  • redOctober

    @Autumn:

    Have a safe trip and a happy New Year. (no apoogies needed, I lose my temper very often ; D )

  • Hags Central

    Ta, ta, I got to go. A nice evening out is awaiting.

    See you next time when I have a little time to check Gerard’s threads. And if I’m not back before New Years Eve, Happy New Year to everyone, including you Autumn.

  • yuck

    @Hags Central: Yes. I do understand your position. I work in the dermatology field and see things first hand. I know the different treatments available to women. Some are so amazing and effective and can take years off. It is also expensive and not everyone can afford to do it.

  • Can’tGetEnough
  • Can’tGetEnough

    @Truth: You’re welcome!

    @Joie de Vivre: You’re welcome too Joie! Glad you open all the links. =)

    @Autumn: Autumn, you don’t have to apologize for your temper at all! Don’t get too riled up over it though. Some people just aren’t worth it and they are only saying things to upset others. Not worth your time or effort. Yes, you can let it all out in the gym tomorrow. =) Enjoy! If we don’t see you, have a very Happy New Year (but please come back soon!)

  • Can’tGetEnough

    He seems happy to be with the fans today. Another pic:

    Alijohn7 Alistair Johnston

    @thaitims Paul, Gerard Butler is in the pub!
    3 hours ago

    http://twitter.com/#!/Alijohn7/status/152171696382689280/photo/1

  • Summer

    I apologise. My post was meant for Hags Central. Primarily.

  • Can’tGetEnough

    If anyone missed them, here are all the pics of GB from today on one page! Enjoy and have a great night JJer’s!

    http://gbutler.ru/news/gerard-butler-despite-the-storm/

  • Twitter & FB

    @Summer:
    you sound so backwards when you trash twitter and FB. Hags is right, most of you old hags don’t underhand how to use technology. LOL, I find it hard to believe you’re in your thirties and you rather use old technology such as writing letters. The post office is old technology, that’s why it’s going out of business. You need to move to the 21st century. Peeps who trash technology will bring down the human race with their ignorance of science. Really, you make me feel so sorry for you. I hope you see the light.

  • GerrysFascinatingWoman

    @Twitter & FB:
    You know what? Some just don’t give a crap about when someone changed a lightbulb. It isn’t lack of knowledge it’s just T.M.I. and BORING.
    -
    Now it’s nice to find a Tweet about Gerry (as this is a gossip site about him) why does anyone wish to over-share like they do on FB and Twitter? It’s really, just too much. And then after it’s all over, these instant relationships with friends (they don’t know and possibly would hate if they did) their is this trail of crap to look at?? Senseless. And this said from someone who embraces technology… but to keep changing it just to change is is just a way to suck money from people. Why (gasp) just after Christmas we have a new iPad3 — shocking!!
    ~K
    who is glad Celtic won! (goalie arms)

  • Summer

    @Hags Central, aka FB and Twitter: let me get this straight, because I refuse to use FB and Twitter and post my every move, I’m against progression in technology? You must be a teenager. You’re definitely not very bright. Firstly, shipping/mailing will never go out of business. It will always be a necessity. Secondly, I work with computers everyday, along with painting and writing. What do you do for self improvent? Doesn’t sound like too much. Progression in science and technology are a crucial part of our future. Handwritten letters are a preference and show that you really took the time for someone. Oy why am I explaining myself to you? On Just Jared. Again, you don’t sound very bright and I could care less if you flag my post again. The truth hurts too much for some. *shrugs*

  • Can’tGetEnough

    Good Morning JJer’s! Here’s yet another fan pic from yesterday. GB and his Coke:

    RACitalia Ronald A Coakley
    Me and gerrard Butler at the Celtic game
    http://twitter.com/#!/RACitalia/status/152337166163382273/photo/1

  • GerrysVeryFascinatingWoman

    Just kind of feel life, and friendships, should be expressed with more than with 7 words or less. Call me old-fashioned or sentimental, I don’t care. Oh, and I still walk a lot too. (gasp)
    ~K
    who feels Gerry can say more in 7 words than most likes those funny things called letters and has a bunch he treasures like gold because he’s old-fashioned and super sentimental and paper is tangible and holds actions… and to him actions speak louder than words ;o)

  • niknoks

    @Summer:

    Handwritten letters are also a good measurement of a person’s level of literacy as there is no built in grammar and spell checks with a pen and a piece of paper, it’s why a lot of employers still ask for a written letter of application with a CV.
    -
    It’s pointless arguing with this muppet, as you pointed out, they’re not too smart and judging by their attitude and their superficial view of the world I would also guess teenager, a poorly educated one at that, too stupid to realise that they can change their name as many times as they like but they can’t change their writing style. I mean ‘Twitter & FB’ couldn’t even change the spelling mistake she made when writing as ‘Hags Central’, underhand instead of understand.
    -
    It’s sad really that they have to use the internet to insult people they don’t know for kicks, probably too insecure to do it in the real world. As tempting as it is we probably shouldn’t enable their behaviour by responding, like all children, they will get bored.

  • angelsrock

    This pups attitude is such a pitiful reflection of her generation. She really does think shes all cosmopolitan because she tweets. She has a lot of growing up to do. Little does she know and I hope she gets out of her room at her parents home and experiences real not virtual relationships.

  • redOctober

    @Can’tGetEnough:

    OMG!…those beautiful kids !!! Lucky G ! ; D

    http://gbutler.ru/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/d0b8d0bad0b8.png

    Thanks CGE !

  • Can’tGetEnough

    More photos still coming in:

    http://twitter.com/#!/danielC96/status/152401445428277248/photo/1

    Looks like he really enjoyed his day yesterday, even with all the fan photos!!

  • Can’tGetEnough

    @redOctober: You’re welcome Red! I’m loving all the photos! It’s been nice to see him among fans and friends.

  • redOctober

    @Can’tGetEnough:

    I love the photos with children, it’s the teacher in me, I guess ; D …it’s been nice indeed.

  • she

    @redOctober: The kids are really sweet , although the teacher in me sometimes want to choke them….

  • GerrysVeryFascinatingWoman

    Their is actually a movie coming out, that might NOT come out, about a FB user (a girl) who went to meet (in person) the person (guy) she was so in love with. Guess what? They didn’t mesh. Beyond the written words, they bombed. It is so sad. He was nothing like his on-line personality… but she was.
    -
    She went around to all her ‘friends’ she could find (chick had money) and walked up to them sayin’ I’m so-and-so from Facbook and they’re like, huh?
    -
    The trick is to be yourself (here) and on-line.
    -
    Another thing I don’t like about it… is the friends of friends you don’t know friending you that leaves a ‘paper trail’ that can come back to haunt you if you want a job.
    -
    Also you can tell a lot about a person by their Tweets. Their is a profiling app out there so BE WARE people. Many will say stuff they wouldn’t normally, again… it can backfire.
    -
    Also, how to delete? You can’t. Say it and you own it. You can’t even delete your account. You can deactivate it. Humm… wonder why? Big Brother IS watching… and it is collecting stuff on people that if not said couldn’t be used. Emotional blackmail is very popular these days. Sending in old ‘Tweets’? Fun times… not.
    ~K
    who only uses 7 words or less when she’s pissed off ;o)

  • redOctober

    @she:

    Some kids are difficult to guide but, in general, they are the mirror of those around them and with the privilege of raising them , there’s much confusion these days among the adults in charge of the young ones.

  • Can’tGetEnough

    @GerrysVeryFascinatingWoman: “Another thing I don’t like about it… is the friends of friends you don’t know friending you that leaves a ‘paper trail’ that can come back to haunt you if you want a job.”

    You are 100% correct on this one. Something my daughter, an aspiring teacher, has concerns about. She has deleted ‘questionable’ college photos, comments and changed her name, but still….what’s out there? What friend of a friend has a “not-so-nice” photo with HER name on it? Potential employers DO check FB now. Scary.

  • Joie de Vivre

    There must be some missing posts. Looks like the verbal fireworks were on. The age thing again??? All I can say to the nasty, negative and uncivilized teens/twenties out there who continuously attack the decent ones here……what goes around comes around. You can count on that, sweethearts. So be careful building those big ugly temples of bad karma, because you will have to “live” in them one day.

    *

    Judging by the photos, Butler continues to look so relaxed and at ease in his native land. He should probably go there more often, if for the sanity factor alone…..and yes, the photo with the kids is lovely. I know lots of you wish he would cut his hair…..but I just love those long curly locks. What a treat it would be to run one’s fingers through that mane…

    *

    @Can’tGetEnough: @redOctober: Thanks for keeping us connected to the 21st century with all the links. :))

    @angelsrock: Seems you popped out for a while. Hope you are well and enjoying your holiday week, Angel.

    @Autumn: Autumn, travel safely and thank you for all that you do and for who you are. I, for one, am very grateful for you, love.

    *

    Sounds like some of the Scrooges here need to put on some music and do a little twirling. Sometimes, we all just need to dance. I am going to do that right now. HB and I are going with friends to see an Irish rock band play at the Botanical Gardens in WDC tonight. Can’t wait!! Thanks for all the prayers and positive thoughts. HB is doing better, although, still not quite himself. I do believe in the power of prayer and positivity. No news either way yet, but I remain optimisitc. Happy New Year one and all! Lots of love and hugs to all my sistas here and you know who you are….. XXO

  • GerrysVeryFascinatingWoman

    @Can’tGetEnough:
    Exactly… and that link is deep like a tree with roots where you’ve no idea where your 411 is headed.
    -
    And electronic forensic evidence and intellectual property issues are a new segment of law. Let’s face it. Put it out there, and it’s out there.
    -
    What is yours once you post on Facebook who again, will NOT delete your account. So if a potential employee wanted to see it they can (and do) get access through channels to up the FB ladder. And then that would lead to the black hole you plopped yourself in… that can ruin your present and future.
    -
    People would be clowning around posting pics of themselves drunk, near naked on vacation… all very innocent… if between you and them… and then bam, show up in a YouTube (dare we even go there??). No thank you.
    -
    I mean even phones (of celebrities) are being hacked. They’re GPS devices too… that trail cannot be denied.
    -
    I mean seriously, I got an invite to friend someone (a stranger of course) the other day. I’m like who the hell is this person? And why do they want to be my friend? AND I’m not even active on FB! Nuts. No way. No one knows who anyone is really.
    -
    The worst is emotional blackmail. I know a cyber person who likes to save stuff to hit me with (I said I liked them etc) when I don’t meet their expectations by being real that day… today is all that matters… not what I said or felt yesterday. Creepy when it happens.
    ~K
    asking if anyone ever saw the movie with Clive Owen called Trust… check it out on IMDb… a teenager is stalked by another teen (cough) ager, lured by her isolation and lack of self-esteem, he builds up her confidence, they ‘fall in love’ then she is raped, then emotionally blackmailed, ruined at school by naughty Photoshopped photos… a f’n nightmare

  • Twitter & FB

    @Summer:
    Twitter and FB are not ridiculous. I have to agree with Hags that it’s foolish to turn your back on technology. If you don’t utilize today’s technology, you will be left in the dust tomorrow and it will be impossible for you to catch up. FB and Twitter could be very useful tools. lol, they aren’t necessarily used just for small talk like to hear what someone is cooking for dinner. I’m no youngster, but I’m far from being old either and I insist on using social media. Most businesses have FB and twitter nowadays to stay in touch with their customers. We use it in our business, which is responsible for its growth by 500%. Many celebrities and personalities use FB and Twitter to keep in touch with their fans. Revolutions have started because of Twitter and FB – the “Arab Spring” and the “Occupy” movements, just to name a few. Not to mention, Obama winning the WH in 2008 partly because he understood how to use FB and twitter. Those that have embraced this powerful technology learned to harness its power. I find people who speak against twitter and FB don’t understand what it could do for them. Everyhting has a negative side, just stay away form that aspect of it without trashing it.

  • Twitter & FB

    @niknoks:
    You should be one to talk, don’t you have twitter in which you tweet like a maniac? hypocrite!!!

  • GerrysVeryFascinatingWoman

    Personally, (for me) it’s simply too time consuming. I know businesses and non-profits are on it too…. it’s adapt or get left behind.
    -
    I’m not totally opposed to it, and feel it does have its swarming abilities that can be useful. But the centipede effect does not interest me. And, again, I don’t need to be there all the time. People, I know, know how to get in touch with me… where I’ll be… and it won’t be constantly on FB or Twitter. Choice more than anything.
    -
    A movie came out this year called Page One: Inside the New York Times where, just so you know, the ‘grown ups’ get it. On line is it, for the most part. But still people need tangible things in their lives, books, newspapers, letters… even (gasp) people.
    ~K
    who thinks Gerry has a Kindle but if he really likes a book will buy a (gasp) hard copy for his collection… ;o)

  • Summer

    @Twitter & FB:

    This is the last time I will respond to you. This entire ‘argument” got started because people on here were being insulted by imbeciles stating that some are too old to know how to use FB and Twitter. My father who is 65 knows how to use both. That is not the point. The point is that it is OK to not WANT to be on either. Of course it is good for marketing. That is moot. We are talking about having a personal profile/account and people posting their every move and thought. THAT is what is ridiculous about it.

    And GFW: Very true. There are thousands of people that have had their FB accounts hacked into and also every bit of information you enter is saved. Always.

  • she

    @redOctober: Let me give you a collection of their brilliant idea:
    A girl: Doesn’t every country has its own sun?
    A boy: If we go to the other side of “Sea of Galilee” we will find Australia.
    A girl: does teachers really have eyes in the back?

    A BOY ask to go to the toilet and I refused he said that he got his period today and if I will not let him go out all the blood will spill on the floor!!!

  • niknoks

    @Twitter & FB:

    Since I haven’t said anything about Facebook or Twitter, how exactly does having a Twitter account make me a hypocrite?

  • dmp

    You can also be very aware of the social media technology including how it works and how to use it without actually using it or rather over-using it. There are most certainly benefits for companies to use social media and for individuals as well . . . but just because it’s available 24/7 doesn’t mean people need to Tweet and FB their every move or thought. Sure, I’m as guilty as the next person when it comes to looking at these fan pics, etc. but I also ask myself why people post celeb pics and comments about them. To brag? Or just to have something new and different to say? If I had a pic with GB I can assure you it would not be posted to Twitter or FB . . . it would be enlarged and turned into wallpaper for my bedroom – lol!

  • Twitter & FB

    @Can’tGetEnough:
    “Something my daughter, an aspiring teacher, has concerns about. She has deleted ‘questionable’ college photos, comments and changed her name, but still….what’s out there? What friend of a friend has a “not-so-nice” photo with HER name on it? Potential employers DO check FB now. Scary.”
    .
    I hate to remind you about common sense. There are certain things you should never post online no matter how secure it is, let alone on FB, which has many issues with security. Twitter is a lot better in the security department so you can make your tweets private and it works unlike FB. You should have warned her not to post anything too personal, if you’re a good parent. This includes comments as well as pictures. Also, you can use a nick names on both FB and Twitter that you use only for those accounts. A potential employer would have to know those before they can search for your information. Again, if you know how to use these effectively they can be powerful tools. You can also stay in touch with all of your college friends while not compromising too much of your privacy, simply by using these procedures. Still don’t understand why some people make such a big deal about using FB and Twitter.

  • Twitter & FB

    @dmp:
    “but just because it’s available 24/7 doesn’t mean people need to Tweet and FB their every move ”
    .
    Everything in moderation. We’re not talking about maniacs that tweet none stop .

  • angelsrock

    @Joie de Vivre:
    I have been having a ball this week, visiting friends and relatives and enjoying my week off. My Pc is getting a virus purge so I’m using my new kindle instead and I’m a bit slow with it yet, you know how tech challenged we elderly are. *wink*

  • GerrysVeryFascinatingWoman

    @Twitter & FB:
    But that’s just it. Really young people, especially people in their 20′s who think they’re really, really cool, don’t use a lot of common sense.
    -
    And trust is the hardest currency. And that is not something you can totally have on Twitter or Facebook–where you can be tracked.
    -
    Hey, I saw The Social Network and what the guy did to the twins. It started there. He used them, blackmailed them, lied to them, stole their idea. Think that’ll change? No. So why put what you think out there for others to steal? Do they, you bet.
    -
    Not against it, just don’t judge me for not bothering. It’s too exhausting reading through all the twiddle. I’m like, eh? What? Who cares if someone bought 5 rolls of TP for $2! Or got shi//t-faced last night and needs to POST it? Seriously cap it. It’s stupid TMI stuff that’s annoying, and a turn off (for me).
    ~K
    whose had enough of this… cheers!

  • redOctober

    @she:

    OMG ; D…they are quite “creative” , aren’t they?

  • Twitter & FB

    @GerrysVeryFascinatingWoman:
    “Not against it, just don’t judge me for not bothering.”
    .
    I don’t argue that there is so much to dislike about it, and that it could also be dangerous. But again, I think many people just don’t understand it, or know how to use it effectively so they trash it. Don’t trash it. just say it’s not for you and move on.

  • Twitter & FB

    @Summer:
    “We are talking about having a personal profile/account and people posting their every move and thought. ”
    .
    No, we’re not. No one is talking about crazy people, except you. You were trashing these services because you felt Hags comments hit too close to home for you. After all, how can Hags on JJ think that just because I don’t use FB or twitter I am old or not technologically inclined? You were outraged. That’s when you took it upon yourself to trash FB and twitter. Therefore, I mentioned to you that these services don’t deserve to be trashed outright, and that they could be harnessed for doing good.

    BTW, try not to lash out at every post that hits too close to home for you. It makes you sound insecure.

  • Can’tGetEnough

    @Twitter & FB:
    ” You should have warned her not to post anything too personal, if you’re a good parent.”

    I wouldn’t even go there with me since you have NO idea what kind of parent I am. I’ve told both of my children plenty of times to not post “personal” stuff and they haven’t. By “questionable photos” I mean pictures of her holding a red plastic cup surrounded by friends. Doesn’t indicate that she is a criminal by any means, but since she is going to be teaching, she didn’t want anyone getting the wrong idea. They also can’t locate her by her real name, so even if there are photos of her tagged, they don’t contain her real name. An employer would REALLY have to SEARCH and again, they wouldn’t find any pics of her participating in any criminal activity. As far as comments go, she deleted anything with profanity. Again, not a crime and highly unlikely that she would be deprived a job because of it. She’s just maturing, growing up and getting away from that high school nonsense and is taking her future much more seriously. I’m proud of her. I’m ‘friends’ with both of them on FB and I follow them on Twitter, even though I don’t tweet (which they both don’t mind) and I have their passwords to the accounts. My children who are highly educated and very smart would not be stupid enough to commit a crime, harm someone or bully someone and post pictures of that or comment on that on FB or Twitter. That is REALLY the nasty stuff that can and WILL come back to bite you in the future. THAT is a lack of common sense!

  • Twitter & FB

    @niknoks:
    “Since I haven’t said anything about Facebook or Twitter, how exactly does having a Twitter account make me a hypocrite?”
    .
    Your hypocrisy is oozing. You, yourself use these services, yet you tell crazy unsecured-in-herself summer that writing letters is good. Writing thank you notes might be good sending them in the post office, writing a love letter to someone you love using pen and paper might be romantic, but all else should be emailed. From her post she sounds like a reclose. She uses JJ to keep in touch with the world outside. Poor thing. Don’t encourage her ignorance.

  • Summer

    Why would I personally be insulted by that? I’m not old/a hag. Sorry, not insecure either. It is possible to be nice and get tired of people getting thrashed on here by people like you for no reason at all. I can have an opinion about FB and Twitter all I want.

  • Twitter & FB

    @Twitter & FB:
    lol, i meant crazy insecure-in-herself summer.

  • Can’tGetEnough

    Keepin’ it about GB! Not a great photo because of the copyright marks, but we’ll take it for now! In the stands at the Celtic game:

    http://www.snspix.com/5890330/print/5890330.html

  • Summer

    HAHA, oh my. Got a great job, school, friends, etc and travel the world. And I’m super cute to boot! No recluse here. You are really running out of insults. Get a life.

    P.S. You might want to invest in spell check.

  • niknoks

    @Twitter & FB:

    I think you need to look up the word hypocrite, as nowhere have I said there is anything wrong with Twitter or Facebook, so how am I a hypocrite for using them?
    -
    There is also nothing wrong with writing letters, I don’t see anything wrong with doing both. People can read for themselves what I have written here in black and white, so lying about what I have said is a fruitless endeavour and it just further highlights your lack of intelligence.

  • GerrysVeryFascinatingWoman

    @Twitter & FB:
    I’m not trashing it, I’m trashing the “need to know” stuff that I do NOT need to know. It’s exhausting reading the fluff and nonsense. See it here with the Tweets about Gerry. I’m like where’s the bit… OH there it is 5 tweets down telling me they burped. ha-ha.

    That is not worthy… it’s personal stuff (that in many cases goes obsolete within hours same like some of the ‘friends”. When (I have) gone there looking for something and find short sentences of crap and nonsense. It’s a turn off seeing some of the stuff/fluff that is not really important. Don’t need someone bought 5 rolls of TP for $2. It’s just to convoluted… and sorry just plain boring.
    ~K
    who’ll stick to emails… and I’ve some very cool email friends… and it’s just between me and them…. who likes that more than sharing it with entire world…. seriously some of the tweets here, these people who’ve met Gerry… will they be left alone? Hummm

  • Twitter & FB

    @Can’tGetEnough:
    “I wouldn’t even go there with me since you have NO idea what kind of parent I am.”
    .
    No, I didn’t mean you personally, but in general. Many parents don’t participate in their children’s lives and later wonder why bad things happened to them.

    Anyway, you sound very level-headed and on top of things with your children, and that’s very nice. My parents did the same with me which is why i can appreciate it in someone else. Your daughter is taking precautions and that’s very wise. Good luck to her.

  • GerrysVeryFascinatingWoman

    @Can’tGetEnough:
    Oh my god the crowd is thick. Not too sure how comfortable I’d feel cramped in like that. But for certain I’d follow him into darkness. He’s a beautiful profile.
    ~K

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