Monday, June 13, 2011

Get Your Dunkin Monday

Well, it's our third week here and we're loving it. Yes, we miss family, luckily there's Skype and of course thus far the biggest adjustment has been getting used to the people. LA is no Chicago. Not as friendly especially in the area of customer service, however I don't think either of us will be able to dramatically shift this glaring LA flaw. For those of you who have never been, they just don't give a Saturday we got a unique experience, we attended a movie showing in a cemetery. A friend of my lady's and her bf ask us if we'd like to go and of course we jumped at the creepy opportunity. The event run by Cinespia was held at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and proceeds were donated to help Japanese Disaster Relief. It was quite an interesting experience, BYOB, blankets, lots of weed (by others) and a classic movie, in this case it was Treasure of the Sierra Madre starring Humphrey Bogart. It was unlike anything I had experience before, it was eery, fun and something I can say I'd happily do again.

Here are your highlights:

Privacy? What privacy? FBI get to snoop around your basic rights...

Take the money Barack, while you still can

Only white straight judges can be without bias and rule fairly

To Fox Pawlenty is probably not their go-to candidate

US Cotton

Wall St. finds a way, they always do. The Dodd-Frank Bill might be a Dud already. MORE TAX CUTS!!! FREE MARKET FAIRY DO YO MAGIC!!


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