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Subject:Weekend Photos.
Time:12:57 am
Thursday

One day I'll be a whithered old man, sitting there on my porch as the sun dies a slow red death, and I'll wonder, wonder why I spent almost two hundred bucks on opera tickets.

In all fairness "The Barber of Seville" was a good time. But as you can see in the above pic, I still didn't feel it measured up to the Looney Toons version.


Friday


Squiggy isn't human. Inside his torso you'll find a rubber tube where his esophagus should be, which then leads to a smooth metal container that specifically measures alcohol consumption. When the quantity of Johnny Walker Black inside the container hits a certain level, it activates a silent alarm that awakens a hamster. The hamster's sole job is to flip a switch. Squiggy's creator calls it the Switch of Unmitigated Crazy.

The guy is a one-man show. Debauchery with wobbly legs. But it still blows my mind sometimes how hard he can rage. If there was a party version of the Eco-Challenge, he'd win by a mile. Of course none of this has anything to do with the photo above.


Sunday

After four years, I finally picked up a new pair of glasses. It's hard to find any that look halfway decent on me, but my vision's not bad enough for Lasik surgery. If you take into account the fact that I hate wearing contacts, it means I end up squinting a lot - which is pretty redundant for an Asian person, Ah-sooo...
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Subject:An Article On Booking
Time:07:50 pm







A friend who's quite possibly the largest Chinese man in New York emailed us this article from Nerve.com. Two years ago when he visited LA, we took him to his first Korean club, Le Prive. He immediately flew back to LA a week later, 'cause he craved that place like heroin. For some reason, you Chinese people love that club even more than we do.

There's actually been a few articles written about booking and K-Town clubs by the LA Times and even the Wall Street Journal, but this was one tops 'em. I especially enjoyed the photo gallery, although it appears my old home has lost its magic. (It's now called Noblesse. When it comes to names, Asian club owners just pick up a French dictionary and look for the gayest possible word.)

Click here to read the article.
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