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Sunday, September 23, 2007

I'm Only Happy When It Rains

Friday and Saturday it rained in L.A. for the first times since April.

This is the view across the street from Chez D'luv. In a reverse sort of way, it was like when the sun finally comes out after a long grey stretch of winter. I felt compelled to sit outside in the downpour for 10 minutes.

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6 Comments:

  • At 12:30 PM, Blogger mobius said…

    Everybody wants the sun, nobody wants the rain...

    ;-)

     
  • At 6:25 PM, Blogger J'ason D'luv said…

    Every time it rains, I get wet...

     
  • At 9:24 PM, Anonymous Len said…

    I work a nightclub door in Weho on Friday nights, PopStarz at the FACTORY, and I dressed for the rain in a trenchcoat and cap. So when all the boys were shrieking, running down the block with their hairdos deflating in the rain, I was just enjoying the cool freshness and ionized air...

     
  • At 12:10 AM, Blogger Adem IAR said…

    You could have recreated the new McFly video had you gone out in the downpour D'luv!

    I wish it would rain here. Only a month into Spring and I'm already killing for some doomy skies.

     
  • At 11:14 AM, Blogger J'ason D'luv said…

    Len, you have no idea how ironic it is that you commented... I used to go to PopStarz "back in the day" on Friday nights all the time, but haven't been in 4 years. Just this weekend friends were telling me about their night their on Saturday for "90s Night", and I was thinking, I gotta get my rear back there sometime...

    Adem, I was actually hoping to recreate the "Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)" video, but my abs need a bit more working out.

     
  • At 12:55 PM, Anonymous Len said…

    If you went to PopStarz four years ago, I was still at the door back then. I'm the tall blond in suit and tie at the front ropes. Personally, I'm disappointed that PopStarz and the 80s/90s thing is kind of hostage to DJs who would rather be playing the big gay dance nights, and so actual pop music falls by the wayside. On the rare occasion that they are playing pop, the crowd has a lot more fun.

     

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