High Culture At Last Comes to Downtown Fullerton
As the interim FFFF Life and Times Editor, I have been remiss. I guess I missed the event yesterday, but apparently a KROQ radio show turned up at the Slidebar in DTF to put on their regular Miss Double D-cember program, an uplifting show that gives its participants an opportunity to display their manifest talent(s), and the spectators (seemingly of both sexes) a chance to inspect those talents. The program also featured a Gene Simmons look-alike, a dwarf, and a bunch of Marines in dress uniform. I’m pretty sure this event was not subsidized by the Fullerton Redevelopment Agency.
Here’s a link to the thought provoking (OC Weekly, naturally) photo montage.
For me, one question remains. Why are Marines so short?
6 Replies to “High Culture At Last Comes to Downtown Fullerton”
We aim to please!
KOOQ’s Miss Double D-cember is a good example of free enterpise stimulating the economy.
Yes, there was plenty o’ stimulation.
I heard that Dr. Dick Jones was presented the Irving Thalbag Life Achievement Award by the Academy.
You report a dwarf was there……Jerbal came in his red clownty outfit?
Stay classy, Sean Francis. :-S