Meet up with John and Lindsay for gift exchange.
Call back Gwynneth to set up time for Saturday coffee.
Date: December 13, 2006 12:45:53 PM PST
Subject: [newdowntown] Downtown Walking Tours-Sign Up and tell a friend!
Are you interested in investing or opening a business in Downtown Los
Angeles? If so, please join us for our Downtown Los Angeles Business Walking
Tour. Our tours cater to everyone from corporate executives, financiers and
real estate developers to retail/restaurant operators and entrepreneurs
interested in opening a business in Downtown Los Angeles. The Downtown
renaissance is in full swing and on the tour you will see and hear about the
latest opportunities in each sector of the Downtown economy. To sign up, log
on to www.downtownla.com
"Downtown Walking Tours " on the home page or call Justin Weiss, our
Economic Development Associate, on (213) 624-2146, Ext: 220 !!
Vice President &
Director of Economic Development
Downtown Center Business Improvement District
626 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 200
Los Angeles, California 90017
Phone: 213-624-2146 x 213
Tue Dec 19, 2:43 PM ET
The Internet has given birth to a quirky range of modern addictions and maladies, the British weekly New Scientist says in its Christmas issue published this Saturday.
They include these:
- EGO-SURFING: When you frequently check your name and reputation on the Internet.
- BLOG STREAKING: "Revealing secrets or personal information online which for everybody's sake would be best kept private."
- CRACKBERRY: "The curse of the modern executive: not being able to stop checking your BlackBerry, even at your grandmother's funeral." (A BlackBerry is a popular handheld device that can be used for phoning, emailing and web-browsing).
- GOOGLE-STALKING: Defined as "snooping online on old friends, colleagues or first dates."
- CYBERCHONDRIA: "A headache and a particular rash at the same time? Extensive online research tells you it must be cancer."
- PHOTOLURKING: Flicking through a photo album of someone you've never met.
- WIKIPEDIHOLISM: Excess devotion to contributing to the online collaborative encyclopaedia, Wikipedia. (Wikipedia even has a page where you can test whether you're an addict: (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Are-You-a-Wikipediholic-Test)).
- CHEESEPODDING: Downloading of a song "so cheesy that you could cover it in plastic wrap and sell it at the deli counter." Cheesepodders are especially vulnerable to soft-rock favourites from the 1970s.
- I have lost my car keys.
- I've lost my house keys
- I don't know where my hair thingees are at
- I'm tired
- My ear hurts
- My throat is sore
- I want to eat cookies
- I want to drink milk
- I want to take a nap that lasts until next sunday
- Alex has placed two of my Christmas gifts under the tree
- Alex has placed a WRAPPED gift in my stocking
- I think I'm not sleeping well because I don't know what those gifts are
- I bought his gifts already, and I haven't made the time to wrap them.
- I miss watching baseball.
- I haven't made me a real coffee drink in weeks
- my feet have blisters
- And, I need to get our Christmas Cards out.
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Bainbridge Mariner Arrested for Drunken Boating
By JOSH FARLEY
December 8, 2006
A 41-year-old Bainbridge man was arrested late Thursday for boating under the influence and failing to stop for officers pursuing his rowboat, according to the Bainbridge Island Police Department.
A Bainbridge officer had gone to the island's city dock, near Waterfront Park, and saw the 41-year-old "drifting" 10 feet from the dock in an 8-foot dinghy about 11:30 p.m., according to police reports.
The man was attempting to roll a cigarette on the boat, reports said. When officers called for him to return to the dock, he refused, and "was slurring his words to the point of them being nearly unintelligible," an officer said.
Using only oars, the man guided the row boat toward another boat in the harbor, and officers jumped into one of their own and gave chase.
Though officers pulled the man from his dinghy and onto their boat, the man refused to go onto the dock and kept a firm grip on the officers' boat, reports said.
With three officers pulling him off the boat, the man was finally handcuffed and placed into the back of a patrol car for transport to jail.
Though he refused to take an alcohol breath test, the officer said the man "reeked of alcohol," reports said.
He was booked into jail on suspicion of the charges.
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From: Downtown After Dark
Date: Dec 4, 2006 8:59 PM
Subject: Friday, Dec 8: Party at Bordello, Downtown LA
With the holidays upon us, people are quickly getting into party-mode.
We hope you're no exception! We and Stephen Hauptfuhr are having a
party this Friday, Dec. 8 at Bordello, a beautiful new venue downtown
that just opened over the weekend. It's got an awesome vibe that's
true to its name -- gorgeous red fabric and lots of dark wood adding
up to an undeniably burlesque feel.
We've also got some great DJs for the night: Dirty Dave, Aaron Castle
and Justin Sterling.
Be the first to check it out and get there early to grab a booth! This
is RSVP only, so make sure to get on the list.
So, have you been naughty or nice this year?...
Alexis Johnson and Noel Hyun
901 East 1st St.
Downtown LA 90012
21+ w/ id
9pm - 2am