Monthly Archives: June 2012

The New Movie Night

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This past weekend marked the first full weekend of Summer and if it is any indication of what’s to come, then the upcoming months will be packed in with fun projects, lots of work and time with friends.  I feel like every minute was taken and the rush was exhausting, but productive and exciting too.

Saturday night after a full day of work I rushed over to Santa Monica High School to meet up with friends to watch The Big Lebowski (can’t believe I had never seen it!) outdoors at the school’s amphitheater.  I had heard of these events, but never attended.  It was a great way to mix up a movie night, especially with the variety of food trucks that were there for everyone’s enjoyment!  Only suggestion?  Bring a beach chair and a blanket… it gets cold.

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…wrap one addiction around another….

…get a new toy…

…walk with the undead…

…sit here for my next meeting…

…take a nice long siesta…

…get rid of this splitting headache…

…find a barn fresh Harley…

…live under a wooden mushroom…

…be Brad Pitt…

…paddle out…

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Glendora’s Bryan Clay Will Try To Make Olympic History By Winning 3 Medals In Decathlon

This is awesome!

CBS Los Angeles



Ivan Serrano

GLENDORA, Calif. (CBS) Michael Phelps did something that no other Olympian has done by winning 8 gold medals in a single Olympics.

This year in London, Glendora’s Bryan Clay will attempt to do something that no other athlete has done in the history of the Olympics.

This ‘regular’ man will try to earn his third Olympic medal in the sports world’s toughest competition, the decathlon.

“I’m just a regular guy,” Clay told he told the LA Times. “I still have to take out the trash, I’m still changing air-condition filters and light bulbs and changing the oil in cars and doing all that kind of stuff.”

Clay won silver in Athens 2004, gold in Beijing 2008 and is now the favorite to win gold at London.

Michael Phelps did hog all the media attention in Beijing by his remarkable accomplishment, but this year, Clay may get the world’s…

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* Residential Architecture: Stepped Terrace House by HUG

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Residential Architecture: Stepped Terrace House by HUG: “..the surrounding environment has optimal lighting and wind conditions to produce a living space with a primarily outdoor atmosphere. a large open-air terrace comprised of long stairs connects the ground level rooms with the first floor’s bedrooms. positioned above the home’s parking, this configuration manages to eliminate views of the street while circulating inhabitants through the exterior spaces..serving as an extension to the interior, the 50 square meter terrace seamlessly links the two levels while doubling as an open forum for activity. blurring the boundaries, the space’s function is vaguely defined to encourage a comfortable enjoyment of the open air..”  Extensive glazing, natural light, privacy, large stepped central courtyard terrace..

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