I was getting our rig smog checked today and the wait was going to be over an hour. So I walked across the street to my favorite Mexican food place. This restaurant used to be located in LA's Farmers Market in Kosher Gulch off Fairfax since 1938. Growing up I was addicted to their Enchiladas. You can still get the famous enchiladas today at their Simi Valley location. The Hollywood famous used to go the Farmers Market and get the excellent Enchalidas too,, and they still go today to the Simi location. I sat at the bar ordered a drink and lunch and glanced over in a dark corner of the dining room. Their sat Lauren Bacall, a glass of wine,, and the famous enchiladas she'd been eating since her Bogart days, working the crossword puzzle by candlelight in the TIMES. I never, ever talk to nor bother celebrities. Even left wing hard heads (though still a really cool person in spite) like Bacall. I was sitting at the same bar eating enchiladas about a year ago. Who should ride up on a motorcycle, walk in, sit at the other end of the bar but Val Kilmer. He ordered the enchiladas, a beer, and grabbed the remote and put "Bully Beat down" on the bars TV. Kilmer is a regular at the restaurant and bar when he visits and rides his horses that are stabled up near the Reagan library. Suddenly a two girls at the opposite end of the restaurant spot him and go nuts. I mean stark raving, screaming, panic stricken crazy screaming his name, and headed our way. It was frighting. I'm chatting with the owner who is bar-tending this day, Kilmer says he has to "pay his tab and run",, the owner then tells him "forget about the bill,, head out through the kitchen". Kilmer did, got on his motorcycle, and vanished. My neighbor is a very famous former pro-baseball pitcher. Yeah, we take his 14 year old daughter and knock down some Margaritas or lemonaid and enchiladas too. His daughter gets a outta shape when people just barge into her conversations on her time with her dad and put a pen and paper in his face for an autograph. Even worse they dial a relative or friend and hand him their cell phones to talk to them,, and then start giving him a play by play of his lifes career. "It takes much less time to be nice to fans than to be mean to them" he told us. He is always so cool to his fans. How do you react when you see celebrities?