Published weekday mornings as the coffee brews
this is friggin' genius. I like it.
At par with Scott Adams, Birk Breathed, etc. Old Bag, get yourself a book deal!
Funny that you show Los Angeles at the center of everything, unless you mean the simulacrum of LALA land....I like your drawings!
Have you considered putting these "charts" on t-shirts?I'm not trying to sell you anything. I'm just saying I found many of these drawings to be as amusing as they are insightful.
These are all amusing. You have quite a list of funny ideas.
It's kinda funny how everybody always loves to portray Los angeles when they actually mean west hollywood, beverly hills or the San fernando valley, which is but a meaningless fragment of Los angeles...we (Angelenos) make fun of those plastic people as well. Los angeles is hispanic families, it's venice and Santa Monica beach, it's echo park and silverlake, it's creative and unpretentios neighbourhoods you never heard of, and probably never will. Anyway...I know how defensive I sound....It's strange how it's so easy for everyone to speak so well of New York.
I am wondering what is in the intersection above area "D". Pam Anderson?
Anonymous, believe me, I live in NYC... people dislike us, too! I was in LA a few years ago for two weeks. I loved it!
Please don't be mean. Los Angeles is a nice place.
Very creative and talented.
You know your the one blog i actually read everyday.... i love it! What you can do with a index card...
aren't they all the same?
awesomeness at its very best.
I am from Los Angeles and am proud to be part of a community of real, warm, sincere people. I love LA :-) Plastic bricks and all.
Like one of the anonymous commentators stated...your venn diagram's but portraying miniscule parts of Los Angeles. I know you don't mean it to sound like that, but think of the other types of people that live there. Some of us are just unpretentious hippies...freedom, love, happiness!!!**Love your blog btw!**
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