Photoblogging 02 [“a pleasant meal”]

November 3rd, 2009 by ben Leave a reply »

Sunday, November 1st, 2009. What a pleasant morning it was. I skipped violin class because I had three long, important essays, a speech+presentation that I had to present in front of the entire class, and one extra-credit miniproject to do, all for my English Honors class.

The mini-project involved taking pictures of “grammatically incorrect” or “racially incorrect” signs. Of course, I’m not the photographer-type, so I wasn’t particularly enthusiastic about this project, but it turned out extremely fun.

My dad is (well, was) an awesome photography fanatic, so he let me use his $1000+ professional-looking camera with his several-hundred-dollar ultrasonic long-range lens.

Originally I planned on driving to Chinatown and Little Tokyo in downtown LA, but my dad told me that there was lots of bad English around Alhambra, San Gabriel, and Rosemead. So basically, that explains the all the sudden photoblogging.

Contrary to the title, there are no photos of food in this post. Sorry to disappoint.

Your's Furniture

"Your's Furniture"

Totally compelling name.

Totally need to go visit that store sometime. Well, actually, on second thought I dont care about Japanese games.

Totally need to go visit that store sometime. Well, actually, on second thought I don't care about Japanese games.

No, that wasn’t really grammatically incorrect, and I’m not using it for one of my “signs”.

I dont know. Randomness rules.

I don't know. Randomness rules.

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5 comments

  1. k says:

    Lol, I went through Monteray Park ,but found no signs. And I’ve seen that Japanese video game store before, lol.

  2. Benji says:

    lol, I wonder if that store has some animu and manga ^~^

    monterey park? I’m not even sure where that is XD

  3. k says:

    Montery Park is around Alhambra and Rosemead. I think. It’s all the same, pretty much. Chinatown II.

  4. Benji says:

    well isn’t the San Gabriel Valley just entirely a huge big chinatown? Let’s call it Tokyo-3!

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