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"I look at it sometimes," Alicia Silverstone says, crossing the room and pulling up a black-and-white poster-size photo: a 6-year-old bikini-clad Alicia on all fours on a white shag rug.
"I look just the same as I do today," she says, gazing at a photo that brings to mind underground rings and police sting operations.
"when I was a freshman, I was big into being a freshman," she says, folding her legs beneath her. He looks just like a grandpa, a big, farty grandpa.
There's a reason for the name, but it's not that interesting. There's a difference between girls who like big dogs and girls who like small dogs.Her mother was a flight attendant with Pan Am, so every now and then the family flew off to London, where Silverstone's parents are from. "She certainly wasn't clueless and had no psychological problems.Otherwise she was just another kid passing time in the playgrounds and back yards of suburbia, facing down the usual preteen dilemmas: Why don't boys like me? She was a cheerleader, had a boyfriend and was just as normal as they come."By the time she entered high school, though, Silverstone had begun to look enough like the girl in the Aerosmith video to realize things might be changing." "He's the wild card," she says, falling onto the couch."I'm always wondering, ' What's Sammy think of all this?Samson has a dark face, tan eyebrows, a long dog nose and mournful dog eyes. While a girl who names her dog Snowball and says things like "Look, Snowball fits in my purse" is fragile, a girl who lets a Rottweiler (Samson is part Rottweiler) drag her all around town is a girl who seems ready for anything.