took me an hour and a half which isnt bad, but certainly isnt good.
saw so many things that make me happy i run at midnight: saw a fire, saw a bum sleeping with his head up against a palm tree, saw many lines of people in skimpy outfits trying to get into clubs, saw people eating at Pinkberry (had no idea PB was open that late).
saw tourists, saw tourists looking for stuff, saw movies being made, saw food on plates on top of newspaper boxes, saw people buying medical marijuana. in fact that was the funny thing because as i approached the happy couple i swore it was someone i knew, but as i got closer i saw it wasnt someone i knew at all.
i cant imagine living anywhere else in LA other than hollywood which is odd because if youd had asked me 10 years ago what i thought of hollywood id have said “dirty, crime-ridden, trashy, cheesy, ugly” and today id say the same thing, except with a smile.
saw many businesses closed down.
we need some Crazy Magic, president obama.
your town is more exciting than my town… and yet in many little ways… the same.
Kudos to the real midnight runner.
Tony, why do we run? What is your idea of a Better LA?
do you still remember me ,the Chinese girl?
my classmate,a beautiful and outgoing girl,who went to America last month .
her mother married an American ,
maybe you don’t believe , all my classmates admire at her fortune. Going to America ,seems to be the best thing to us ,because we are in Hunan ,a small province of China.
can you tell me something interesting in your life?
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I hope to see your comments on my blog.
Loved this post. I’ve run through Hollywood at night many times and have had the same sentiments. Loved that I’m not alone with it.