Monthly Archives: November 2008
Shopping for a bargain at the Target in Inglewood today, I passed by this landmark riding up La Cienega on the way home. I had to go to the Target on Century Boulevard to pick up up some ckearance stuff … Continue reading
My friend Mark creates portraits on toast, using a soldering iron. That’s right. He’s a toast artist. He has this Barack Obama toast portrait hanging up in his office, and I couldn’t resist posting it here.
I created a Google docs spreadsheet to calculate miles per gallon (MPG). The MPG calculator is here. It was something I started to see what kind of miles per gallon my VW Jetta is getting. It’s averaging 21 MPG in … Continue reading
From the Los Angeles Times, this article in last Wednesday’s Food section touted the awesomeness of the Roast Salted Turkey. We rinsed and dried a 22 pound monster turkey (we have fourteen people coming to dinner on Thursday) – a … Continue reading
Remember kids, beware the balding mosquito. At the MLS Cup "Soccer Experience."
It finally feels back to semi-normal, at least in terms of stinky wildfire air. I love this Christmas tree sculpture made from stacked shopping carts. It's extraordinary in that it represents an icon of LA (the abandoned shopping cart, and … Continue reading
Layer of ash on the windshield monday morning.
The light is deep orange, casting an almost salmon pink light. Can't smell anything like smoke, but the air is still and hot. Squirrels are fighting in the palm tree. There aren't any birds in the air either. It's earthquake … Continue reading
USC vs. Cal
Courage and Hope!