Friday, October 05, 2007

I am calling an end to the strike.

At least outside of Los Angeles. Due to improved conditions I have decided to end my strike. For those new to this blog, I called a "strike" because of the deplorable dating conditions in Los Angeles. I felt I was taking charge of a situation that was forced upon me.

However, since I have been in Toronto, the talks have been going smoothly.

I cannot speak as to what will happen upon my return to the city of Angels. I was speaking to another producer who is up here for her film and she tells me the situation is unchanged.

She thought I was making things up about Toronto. Once she stepped off plane, she knew I spoke the truth. She has extended her trip. She must get her date on before she returns. Who knows when she will have one again?

9 comments:

Seville said...

I told you Toronto is a great city!

Happy strike-ending, n/cr. Enjoy the final negotiations of the contract, too.

gibber said...

Hooray! Put down your picket sign and pick up FH! :)

Anonymous said...

tracey k/ohio: WooHoo, the strike's over! Bring on the lipgloss, baby! Enjoy yourself while you can; like you said, who knows how long it'll be before anything happens in that "drought" of a town called L.A.?!? (LOL!)

Anonymous said...

It's about time you got your groove on!!!

Get the "girls" out and party like it's 1999......

Miss you,
-C

Forty_Two said...

I had a two hour layover in Los Angeles once. The smell convinced me that living there was worse than smoking.

Lesson V.

sognatrice said...

Yeah! No more sciopero! Woohoo!!!!!!!

Jen said...

LOL, well, I think Toronto could have a new advertising slogan - "Come to Toronto and get your date on! Our men are hot, even if yours are not!"

nyc/caribbean ragazza said...

seville - that last line was hilarous.

gibber - :)

tracey K - I know...I have to more weeks to get my flirt on.

c - I am assuming this is corrina. if so I miss you too.

forty -two - hmm, I haven't noticed any strange smells before. Maybe I'm just used to it?

sognatrice - for the time being yes, it's true.

jen - that is funny! Someone needs to contact the tourism board.

wordtryst said...

The more I hear about LA, the more awful it sounds. And I thought Eric Jerome Dickey was exaggerating in all those books...