You never know what will happen in LA. Today I took a trip out to the city with a friend to visit the Dinosaur exhibit. To my surprise, nothing was real.
For lunch we took a drive to sunset to eat at my favorite place. Molly’s opened up in the 20’s. I was sad to learn that they are closing. Eating out side on Molly’s bar is a real LA experience. It’s cool to see the different people who walk up to the window, the small chat that goes on between customers as they sit side by side together. There was this homeless man who walked by and made eye contact with me. I told my friend that the man looked like James Brown, my friend then said, “James Brown is dead.” I’m going to miss Molly’s Burgers. Their food is delicious. We continued on our adventure to see, “Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop” in Bel Air. The neat thing is film maker and star were going to be there after the film to talk to the audience.
A lot of the staff and people who were in the documentary was there. Watching it with them made the movie experience real. Some people asked stupid questions but this one guy asked, “How do you want to be remembered?” to Conan. He was taken by the question and said he would like people to remember he did the best with what he had and that he was nice to people. “Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop” is extremely funny. I laughed every thirty seconds.
Another great day in LA.