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LA - OC - SD!

I just wanted to say that I am really stoked that we have the opportunity to meet and interact with such awesome people and that we get to do it all over SoCal. To all our friends new and old in LA, SD, or OC.... thank you so much. You are the blood of the ninja.

34 June 21, 2006
  • Skandar on Sun, 07/23/2006 - 12:03pm

    Good thing I'm from Africa... where the ninja/pirate hybrids roam.

  • Saynt on Tue, 07/11/2006 - 11:05am

    He's only saying that because he's mad that we told him that being a ninja/pirate hybrid was

  • SouTHCoaster on Wed, 07/26/2006 - 11:19pm

    oh it's not impossible. it's just deplorable to an extreme degree.

    ninjirates are a pox on humanity, a plague on our civilization. and it's getting worse. yesterday a complete stranger at my work imparted to me that he was a "ninja - pirate" as he owned a katana and a jolly roger...

    ... perhaps a cull is in order?

  • DJ Michael Insane on Mon, 06/26/2006 - 10:10am

    Ronin unite! You guys are just excited about the upcoming SoCal ninja ccouncil meeting and are trtying to suck up :)

    LOL on the real, much love to the other regions.

  • Skandar on Mon, 06/26/2006 - 9:42am

    Quit sucking up, you two. You don't fool me with your "gratitude" and "appreciation."

  • Mark Zabala on Wed, 06/28/2006 - 10:52am

    [quote=Skandar]Quit sucking up, you two. You don't fool me with your "gratitude" and "appreciation."[/quote]

    No. We really love the LASDOC Unity... It's all those DC imports that are the problem! The male ones only... in San Diego. =D

  • Mark Zabala on Wed, 06/21/2006 - 2:45pm

    You first picked me up in San Diego, so I had the fortunate opportunity to be integrated into both the San Diego and LA scenes right off the bat. It wasn't until after Fuente Eterno that I realized that the LA and SD weren't anywhere near as integrated as I previously thought. Lately I've been checking out the OC scene and realizing that there's a great group of people down there that really know how to party that are often being overlooked! WTF?

    Well, I suppose LA was often overlooking SD too and that was just ridiculous. I want to explore the OC more and see what's really going on down there. On a side note, I was first introduced to the electronic music scene in 1992-1993 as a result of a little club called Post Nuclear in Laguna Beach where Ron D. Core and Simply Jeff were residents (pre-Freeclouds!)