May 9th, 2007
|11:23 pm - where nobody's dreams come true|
How else are you going to prove to someone you're in Texas? Soundest method I've seen yet.
I lived about a mile from there for five years.
Speaking from experience, it's more fun to sing it on or at an intersection with every street mentioned in the song.
Park and lock it!
That does not look like the La Brea Tar Pits!
That's because the La Brea Tar Pits are several miles away on Wilshire.
|Date:||May 10th, 2007 04:45 am (UTC)|| |
I give up
|Date:||May 10th, 2007 05:07 am (UTC)|| |
Re: I give up
Doheny? Cahuenga? La Jolla? Sequoia?
|Date:||May 10th, 2007 12:34 pm (UTC)|| |
Vine may be fine
Re: Vine may be fine
Hush, child, you'll anger the overlords.
(but hray for debbie)
Is the rest of the film as fun as this
? Wonder if Hollywood Express has a copy.
It's wonderfully weird. Any movie that stars Herve Villachez as King of the Sixth Dimension is absolutely worth your time.
the fact that people knew where exactly this was from a tiny aerial image fucking sacres me.
Well, I figured some Google Detectives would take the name of the lumber company and run with it.
But if you know the song then by gum you know it and any mention of it puts that irresistible beat into your head.
That's what I did - blow up the photo until I could read what was written on that rooftop, then fed the name of the company into Google.
|Date:||May 10th, 2007 06:22 pm (UTC)|| |
I finally managed to drive by street sounds around here without getting that song stuck in my head about a month or two ago. Now I'm back to square one.
Also, there's a damn good sushi delivery place around that intersection.
There was definitely a photo in this post a few hours ago, and there isn't anymore.
EXPLODING TAR FACTORY
I just heard that song. Came up on random play not an hour and a half ago.
There's a movie with Herve Villachez as the King of the Sixth Dimension? Things I've missed living in Europe all this time...