Steve Hymon over at the LA Times provides us his humor column for the week
. This week's targets:
- Q: How long did the council's newfound discipline last? Answer: Six whole days!
- Q: What in tarnation is "Alger gear?" Answer: To help finance his state Assembly campaign, Jim Alger is selling 32 types of "Alger gear" on his website, http://www.votealger.com , to raise money for his campaign.
- Q: How did Los Angeles' float fare in the Rose Parade? Answer: Not so well. But at least it didn't break down.
- Q: Will the San Diego Chargers be moving to L.A. anytime soon? Answer: The Chargers announced last week that they wouldn't put a proposal for a new stadium on the November ballot because they couldn't find a development partner for a new ballpark.
- Q: If you are standing on the curb at Terminal One at LAX, what are the chances that 30 minutes will pass before a shuttle bus to Parking Lot C arrives? Answer: In a 30-minute span at midday on Dec. 19, the airport parking and terminal shuttles appeared in the following order: B, B, A, B, G, A, B and A.
- Q: Where does Councilman Dennis Zine like to strap on the feedbag in his district? Answer: One of the problems with working all the time in City Hall is that it's easy to sometimes forget there is a city outside.
How often do you get to use the term "feedbag" and "Councilman" in the same sentence?