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Angel’s Flight is Open Again

Saturday, July 10th, 2010

I learned two things when I went downtown L.A. on Thursday. I was down there after I visited a friend in South Pasadena and before meeting some other friends at Philippe’s. The first thing I learned is that the downtown Angel’s Flight Railway is open again. It’s the world’s shortest railroad. It closed for about 9 [...]

Airfare Ridiculousness

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

Tomorrow morning, I’m flying to Oklahoma City for my cousin’s wedding on Saturday. It ended up being cheapest to buy two one-way flights. But the flight out there is sort of a ridiculous itinerary: For those of you who don’t know Southern California, SNA and LAX are less than 40 miles apart – and my [...]

“District 9″ in Hollywood

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Eddie, Thomas, and I went to go see “District 9″ on Friday. We were just going to go to a regular theater, but then we decided it would be a good movie to see in Hollywood, at the Mann Chinese Theater (Digital Projection, 60 speakers, etc.) Here are some pictures.

Saturday in San Diego

Monday, August 17th, 2009

On Saturday, Adam and I went to San Diego for most of the day. We went to see our old roommate Trent, and so Adam could visit his grandfather. Trent took us to Balboa Park in the middle of San Diego. I had been to the Zoo before, but not the rest of the park. [...]