With the playoffs around the corner the Dodgers are doing everything they can to guarantee their spot in.  But after watching them get beaten by the last place Padres I’m not willing to bet any money on them making it.  Also I’m writing this as a Yankee fan so don’t take my word on it.  Coincidentally the night of the game was free Babe Ruth bobble head night so I was able to have somewhat of Yankee pride with me.  Our great security guard pal Derek sat us as close as he could to the field, I could see everything even without my contacts in.  This time I came prepared and grabbed McDonald’s before hand along with cliche baseball snacks.  Sunflower seeds and peanuts to throw on the floor and m&m’s that just melted in my pocket.  We left in the 8th inning with all hope lost as the Dodgers were down by 4 and made our way towards K-town as Rachelle told me there’s an all you can eat restaurant for only $11, and by god was she right.

It was my first time to an actual authentic Korean restaurant, with full blown music videos in Korean playing the entire time that were actually pretty catchy.  They intimidate you by bringing the biggest plate of meat to the table hoping to tap you out in the first round.  Along with all the various vegetables and other nasty healthy stuff they have scattered throughout the table.  It’s a must when you’re with all your friends who will eat anything in their sight, I’m looking at you Derek.

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Before.

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And after, I don’t think she ever got off her phone.

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As another Sunday rolls by we ran around Santa Clarita trying to enjoy the non-windy weather. We stopped by William’s new house that he just bought, all from his recent success at Studio City Tattoo, mind you he’s only 23. He had a friendly BBQ gathering with free food and drinks which was more than enough to convince his friends to attend. With him coming back from his 3 week trip to Thailand the other day we all gathered around and listened to his stories.  Will also thought it was funny to serve veggie burgers alongside with regular meat burgers and not tell anyone.

Then we sped over to Taylor’s 2nd annual Bowling 4 Kids event. This year with more items up for auction and more lanes to bowl in, he was able to raise $1,500! With 100% of the proceeds going to the LA Children’s Hospital, everyone was in a donating mood. Brian Barnes even broke his last personal record of 56 and won the raffle. With Brian smiling like the 12 year old kid that he is, a bunch of money being raised for kids, and pizza, what more could you ask for?

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Taylor playing the new addicting game Heads Up.

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Happy homeowner Will with a platter full of corn.

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Silent auction table.  Where many enemies were silently made.

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Check out the determination on Hadley’s face.

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And the payout.

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Brian Barnes, being Brian Barnes.

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Of course we had to order pizza.

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Rory partaking in the silent auction by up bidding only a penny more.

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Thanks to everyone who came out to our first Bbq!  Besides the park being hard to find and the wind, we had a great time!  All the food was gone by the end of the day, we sold almost 40 shirts and most importantly met new faces who proudly supports us.  We are already planning our 2nd one soon, hopefully at Central Park in Saugus so it will be in a more convenient location, thanks again to who came out, and if not we hope to see you next time!