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They're Waiting as Fast as They Can
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Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Harvey, Steve
Date: Sep 28, 1999
Start Page: 3
Section: Metro; PART- B; Metro Desk
Abstract (Document Summary)

Who says people are in too much of a rush to sit still these days? A not-infrequently asked question by visitors to the Ronna Schary Photography studio in Westwood is whether they can have their picture taken while they wait. Easier than photographing them when they're not there.

BULL'S-EYE! The news that the Mars orbiter is presumed lost reminded me of a suitable receptacle snapped by Alan Gilbert in Hollywood a while back (see photo).

Perhaps such a law wasn't needed in the old days. Anyway, the City Council's Public Safety Committee agreed to ask the council to approve a new law allowing citations to be issued to people caught relieving themselves in public.

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