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If you ever do decide to do the body scanner, there are undershirts, underwear, etc. with the 4th amendment written in metallic ink, so it'll show up in the scan: http://4thamendment.myshopify.com/ There's also radiation-blocking underwear that also hides your bits: http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-20023616-1.html It's not much, but at least it could help with modesty and to demonstrate your displeasure with the whole thing.
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Yesterday I was attempting to get on the 10 during rush hour. It was on of those on-ramp things where you have to make sure no ones coming in the lane you want to merge onto, and there were plenty of cars coming, so I had to stop and wait. The moment I stop, some crazy woman behind me immediately starting honking and waving her hands around like how dare I stop and I should probably merge right *into* traffic so she can get on faster. It sort of freaks me out, so I go a little sooner than I should, and then this blue truck gets right on my ass and stays there for quite some time, but I couldn't get over. I was sooo angry at all these asshole drivers who are almost willing to kill me to get to wherever they're going quicker. I swear, I wish I had some throwing stars or a spear to throw at them...
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Hey Wil, there's a blip about you on tmz.com, currently on page two about what you look like today. Someone probably already told you, but just in case...
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I guess I was expecting more. I was thinking maybe partially remaining buildings that we could explore Scooby Doo-style. I didn't know about going around the rail loop. I'll have to check that out.
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Me and my husband have hiked up there a couple of times. The first time it took like 3 hours to get up there (or at least it felt like it). The second time took like 1.5 hours or so. It's a very beautiful view of Los Angeles and a fun hike. The ruins aren't that great. There's just the bare outline of the foundation of a few buildings, a big round pit, some old rail tracks, and some old signs that talk about the history of the area with pictures of the old hotel and such. But I'd say it's worth it for the exercise.
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Which Thai restaurant? Me and my husband like Chandra on Arroyo and President Ho's on Colorado. I loveee Pad See Ew and a fatty glass of Thai tea. Nom.nom.nom.
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2008 on also, i have a lava lamp at WWdN: In Exile
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Which Thai restaurant? Me and my husband like Chandra on Arroyo and President Ho's on Colorado. I loveee Pad See Ew and a fatty glass of Thai tea. Nom.nom.nom.
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2008 on also, i have a lava lamp at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil! Sorry, not related to the post, but did you hear that they've (probably) found a new home for the Star Trek: The Experience ride?!? It's supposed to be at some place in downtown Vegas called the Neonopolis. It's not definate yet but highly likely from what I've read. I'm so excited! I went to Vegas during part of my Honeymoon, and it was just the coolest feeling ever to be on the bridge. I had the biggest smile. I hope it comes back so bad...
Toggle Commented Nov 14, 2008 on The Geek in Review Returns! at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil! Sorry, not related to the post, but did you hear that they've (probably) found a new home for the Star Trek: The Experience ride?!? It's supposed to be at some place in downtown Vegas called the Neonopolis. It's not definate yet but highly likely from what I've read. I'm so excited! I went to Vegas during part of my Honeymoon, and it was just the coolest feeling ever to be on the bridge. I had the biggest smile. I hope it comes back so bad...
Toggle Commented Nov 14, 2008 on The Geek in Review Returns! at WWdN: In Exile
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