Err America

18 10 2011

When I fly, which is not that often, depression sets in a few moments. You get a real taste of America and it would appear not all that interesting. It is so boring to look at the average American Suit going back and forth in the sky , from meeting to meeting or sale to sale. Sure, some people are nice to look, a few are even okay to interact with, the destination is always a good break, so I suppose that does make up for the feeling of overwhelming disgust.

More interesting in the sky and the rooms that get you there are the international travelers. The lone traveler, when not angry-looking, is also relatively intriguing. Even the drunks are fun to watch.

Not fun, the average American Suit, taking up space.





This is what I came up with:

4 10 2011

Totally uneventful. What I witnessed: Nothing. I almost thought the Venice Drum Circle had simply relocated. Some young and free latino’s played some tunage while some pretty young ladies danced on top of box of sorts (I decided this was in long standing tradition and homage to the cardboard boxes that occupied DTLA for so many years). Couple of dirty guys trying to pick up on some skirts, herb in the air, and a few people who looked like they WANT PURPOSE finding it under the stars in a big lonely city.

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I will be sleeping there tonight to check and see what the trip is and isn’t. My opinion is not necessary and the gig is known…You are fuct from the gate and just found out. Oh, well, move on…





Occupy Your Time

3 10 2011

Yes, Los Angeles City Hall is the epicenter for a gathering of people of all ages that kind of get on my nerves (but who doesn’t get on my nerves?). It’s great that you care so much about the world…

People sleep on the streets of Los Angeles everyday. I am not to sure that anyone cares if you sleep there as long as you do it properly. From what I understand that is exactly how it will happen. By now the law has people on the streets down to a science. Let us hope the protesters follow suit of the folks who have silently protested for years in DTLA.

I will head out there in a bit with some photo memories. We’ll see…

Protest from the Inside








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