Why is it that Los Angeles is pretty much always on fire nowadays, but people are still moving here trying to "make it"? What would it take to discourage them? Why move to a place that's literally burning as you're driving into town? The odds of being a star are probably lower at this point than the odds of being set on fire!
Those of us already in Los Angeles are no better. We mostly just post "neat" fire pictures on Flickr and also complain about the traffic. The true meaning of a natural disaster here is how it effects your work commute. If Mothra were attacking the west side tomorrow, the biggest topic of conversation would probably be how annoyed people were cause they had to take Sepulveda north instead of the 405.
Labels: being a star, commute, fires, flickr, los angeles, mothra