Friday, February 26, 2010

It’s the shirtless jogger with an unnatural-looking sandy bronze hair helmet reminiscent of Ken doll’s.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

It’s the hundreds of strip malls where you can grab a burrito, see a psychic, kick back with a sake, get a mani-pedi, sell your gold, and buy things you really don’t need for just 99 cents.

Monday, February 15, 2010

It’s glass fences around houses miles from the sea and with views of busy parkways.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Friday, February 5, 2010

It’s overhearing this conversation between a man and a woman in the supermarket checkout line: (They are both very tall and very skinny, and are only purchasing one item -- a pint of chicken soup from the deli.)

Man: So, should we eat the soup, watch the movie and then go in the spa?
Woman: Well, I’ve been thinking about this.
Man: I thought you might have been.
Woman: I’ve been thinking about this chicken soup all day.
Man: We could watch the movie, eat the soup, and go in the spa.
Woman: Yeah. Or we could go in the spa, eat the soup and then watch the movie. But it might be better to eat the soup, watch the movie and then go in the spa.
Man: Or we could eat the soup in the spa.
Woman: We could.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

It’s how you can tell how good your Hollywood agent is by the amount of grammatical errors in his e-mails to you -- the more errors, the better he is, since he is so important he doesn’t have time to focus on trivial things like proper English language usage and grammar.

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It's So Cal is a space where I will comment upon the fascinating and baffling desert in which I live, Southern California. The name comes from one of the greatest movie lines in one of the greatest movies of all time, which also takes place in Southern California, Chinatown. My version: "Forget it, Stacey. It's So Cal."

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