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Made a great discovery for my first¬† blog post in the LA Weekly!¬† And I didn’t get any comments, but I got 3 tweets, which was nice. L.A. mystery: Fountain of Youth natural spring in Griffith Park? Did Fern Dell residents living along the southern edge of Griffith Park find a Fountain of Youth? The […]

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The DWP almost ruined my dinner plans.

I hate the annual Christmas Light Festival in Griffith Park. The idea that the cash-poor city of Los Angeles decides that wasting tons of electricity is the best way to celebrate Christmas is almost as obnoxious as the truly knockout fumes from the cars if you get stuck in traffic there. Or the traffic snarls […]

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This black mass in Silver Lake is millions of bird balls, made with big oil, from Exxon or Mobil. Hundreds of thousands of LA residents will drink this water. Black bird balls fill Ivanhoe Reservoir; only one corner of clear open water remains, until they get more bags. These are untested HDPE plastic balls, cooking […]

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Ever wonder why water in bottles has an expiration date? It’s the plastic. It does bad things as it dissolves. Heard John and Ken talking about it this afternoon, while discussing emergency earthquake supplies. Not only do you have to keep checking the batteries and canned goods – should you go the nervous ant-like way […]

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