One thing I think we can all agree upon is what type of a year it was until the recent rains.
But you can find his visage on the side of a building near the 16th and San Pedro Street off ramp of the 10. It's an old baseball card ad.
His departure was sad because in his prime, he could excite a crowd.
The Mysterious Face of Diamond Bar
Ken Brock found a face etched on the 57 freeway that must have been left by an extraterrestrial. No earthling commuter would have given it a smile.
Freeway suspense (cont.)
As if construction projects don't make driving adventurous enough, de-coding so-called directional signs is another challenge. They may refuse to tell you what freeway you're on (photo by Stan Kelton, somewhere near Long Beach), or whether to believe the left or right arrow, or where the exit arrow may take you (somewhere in Colorado).
No ambiguity here
Further proof that there is no privacy anymore (photo by George Rodriguez).
Sounds like, part 2
Sounds like, part 3
And Judy Bass noticed that a cheese ad in Pasadena did not receive a passing "grade" in spelling.
Does NOT sound like, repeat, does NOT sound like!
A popular Thai restaurant in Belmont Shore has fun with the fact that English-speaking folks must be careful to pronounce its name carefully.
L.A.'s weathercasters came in for some kidding from talk show host Jimmy Kimmel for their, perhaps, overdramatic coverage of the recent rain. But Channel 2, at least, was only living up to a solemn oath the station made in 1991. Click on the photo to enlarge.
Questionable timing award
The drought ain't over
Steve Harvey can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. His Twitter handle is @sharvey9.