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Re: LA Decomp

Postby Elderberry » Mon Oct 03, 2011 9:09 am

That's why I was asking if cpart lived in L.A. Food trucks have come a long way from those trucks that rolled up to construction sites to feed the workers. Even $10.00 would be a deal at some of the more gourmet trucks with a huge following. Going to events downtown, like the art walk, the sheer number and the variety of offerings are mind boggling. In fact, we even have a food truck festival once a year now.
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Re: LA Decomp

Postby Homiesinheaven » Mon Oct 03, 2011 9:42 am

mudpuppy000 wrote:Well, I was planning on going but decided to go check out the eagle rock music festival before. The low end theory stage was amazing. Anyway, I had so much fun I never made it to decompression. :o


oh shit, good call! Low End Theory is awesome and i bet burners would have loved the music they play if they were at Decomp.
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Re: LA Decomp

Postby cpart » Mon Oct 03, 2011 10:45 am

I love Low End Theory, would have rather gone to that event.

I'll take advice someone gave before, volunteering. If I go next year I'll volunteer.
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Re: LA Decomp

Postby mudpuppy000 » Mon Oct 03, 2011 10:57 am

Homiesinheaven wrote:
mudpuppy000 wrote:Well, I was planning on going but decided to go check out the eagle rock music festival before. The low end theory stage was amazing. Anyway, I had so much fun I never made it to decompression. :o


oh shit, good call! Low End Theory is awesome and i bet burners would have loved the music they play if they were at Decomp.


Yeah, I kept wondering why none of those acts ever made it to decomp since it was in their backyard... I guess I know why! I couldn't pass up seeing all of them at once. :)
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Re: LA Decomp

Postby mudpuppy000 » Mon Oct 03, 2011 10:59 am

jkisha wrote:That's why I was asking if cpart lived in L.A. Food trucks have come a long way from those trucks that rolled up to construction sites to feed the workers. Even $10.00 would be a deal at some of the more gourmet trucks with a huge following. Going to events downtown, like the art walk, the sheer number and the variety of offerings are mind boggling. In fact, we even have a food truck festival once a year now.


Yeah, I guess I should have been more specific... Most food trucks I've seen lately are $$$. I think I paid $7 for french fries from one on saturday. :O
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Re: LA Decomp

Postby Kontradiction » Wed Oct 05, 2011 11:50 pm

Sorry I missed it but signed up for the email List + FB Page. Hopefully, I'll be able to make it out to the next Event. :)
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