A final question about Paleo Woodstock before it starts.
On some other boards, a thread is made to provide news from important events. This is an important event. Look at how many freaking awesome speakers there are.
Would anyone with one of those newfangled "smartphones" be willing to provide some live updates this weekend? Those who can't attend the symposium can hit refresh on this thread over and over until they collapse from excitement. Imagine the possible updates...
I'm game. However with Don at PW for example, I don't think you need to make shit up. Sometimes reality is stranger and funnier than fiction
EDIT- Well after the extra special TSA "reach around" reserved only for a brown man getting on a plane, I am in transit to LA LA land. The TSA agent didn't take too kindly after violating me to my question - "Well, are you going to finish the job?". What a cock tease!!!
I ate lunch today at Mongrill BBQ at the westfield mall food court in Culver City. Pick your meat and veggies, they cook in water, add oil only if you want. I got extra veggies no rice or noodles. Around $8. I'm not sure if they're a chain but I definitely recommend it!
Here's my blow-by-blow account. Packing. Should I wear a cave-woman outfit or a flow-ey skirt uniform suitable for the Westside? Minimal shoes, or will the parking be a hassle and I'll have to walk miles? I'm so torn.
Alright guys I did a run-through at UCLA today with a lot of getting lost! Park in parking lot 4. It's $3 an hour or $11 for the day (no in and outs). I'm not really sure how to describe getting there, my GPS only took me to one part of the campus so you will have to ask someone like I did. Ackerman student union is right behind the parking lot and the Ackerman grand ballroom is on the second floor. The lot is next to a soccer field. Good luck!
Props to all those who tweeted #AHS11. I was glued to the computer all weekend hitting refresh, and it was you awesome tweeters that made me feel like I was actually there basking in the glow of Sisson's abs and Denise Minger's realness.