Los Angeles Category

Second City Homework

Okay, so I had to write ten jokes. Here they are, in all their (non) glory. Let me know if you like any of them. A new button has surfaced at the Democratic National Convention, Hipsters for Obama. That’s a change from supporting that candidate you’ve never heard of. Canada has launched a new digital […]

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An Unspecific Update

I’m bad at earthquakes. No, seriously. There have been three earthquakes of substantial (not considerable) size, two while I was asleep that I didn’t even wake up for, and one in the evening that I read a book through without noticing. I mean, geez. The earth is moving beneath me and I laid in my […]

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Making It Up As I Go

I haven’t posted in three weeks, which I apologize for. I’m working at a social media job that has me writing 5,000 words a week in blog posts alone. That isn’t really an excuse, but the blog format does lose some of its mystery when you’re up to your elbows in it everyday. I just […]

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I Live Here Now

All right, enough with the boring writer stuff. Here’s a post about something entirely different. I live in Los Angeles now. In an apartment.   …with ROOMMATES. The last weekend was a test of strength and endurance. I had everything delivered from Ikea and set to work building it. I hate Ikea. If I wasn’t […]

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A matter of fact – Los Angeles

I didn’t really start freaking out until Dad asked me to drive. It’s interesting how it’s easier to not be behind the wheel. “Can you drive for a couple hundred miles?” “Yeah, sure.” For about the first hundred, I white-knuckled the steering wheel as all the implications of what I was doing roared up in […]

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The Thing about Fear

By all rights, I guess I should be scared out of my wits. That’s what I’m told, anyhow. I should be panicked and nervous, sweaty palms and all. I should be jumping at loud sounds, flight or fight mode shifted into full-blown adrenaline rush. But, I’m not. You see, I’m moving to Los Angeles on […]

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