So I was in Los Angeles last week. This was the "line" to see the stars to the premiere of Eclipse--not see the movie--just a glimpse of the stars. They'd been there about 4 days and these were their tents.
And here is the line for the iPod. Can't this thing be ordered online? Seriously, this line wrapped around an LA city block. I'd never seen anything like it.
And then there was the Pink Berry line. It's yogurt people. Is it that spectacular? Okay, well they did have this melty Nestle Crunch bar stuff that they claimed was from Italy...um, so it "might" have been worth it. But still. Calm down people.
And here was the line at Delta LAX. This is the security line OUTSIDE. Yes, it had looped all the loops, gone down countless check-in kiosks and was outside at stop 5 no doubt. A 55 minute wait...my all time longest.
Only in LA would people be so nice and kind to their fellow man in such "circumstances." Okay, so they choose to lose a day of work to get a phone (I personally wish cell phones had never been invented) and there is camaraderie in being all Team Jacob and Team Edward, etc. So more power to them. And one has no choice but to wait at airline security--and in a pleasant 74 degrees--didn't even mind being outside to do so. But if Delta just had supplied some Pink Berry with the "Italian" chocolate melty stuff.