Anyone else see this kid's twitter account? He apparently got kicked out of Madison Square Garden after hoping onto the court during warm ups and shooting a 3. Lame.
I'm with the west campus crowd -- parking in the lots west of Kenny, south of Lane, then enjoying a nice walk to the stadium. $15 or so was what we paid, seemed like plenty of parking and not a long wait. If the traffic cops don't filter you elsewhere, try to turn onto Carmack off of Lane, it's kind of a back entrance to the lots.
Exiting traffic has never bothered us much, then again we're in LA so listening to midwest people talk about traffic makes us laugh. Last trip, we ended up taking a stroll around campus for a half hour before heading back -- doing so, the lots were mostly cleared by the time we got to the car.
You are missing the point -- there is a difference between freak accidents that could happen anywhere (terribly sorry about your injury amigo, sounds wicked) and participating in a high-injury-prone activity that you are not there to be doing in the first place.
Plus, like I said before, if you happen to be skilled at skim boarding (totally different than boogie boarding btw) then it is probably all fine.
I happened to break my ankle attempting the same stunt a few years ago -- now I am the proud owner of six screws and a metal plate holding everything together in that ankle.
If you know what you're doing, give it a go... but if you're like me and are terible at all balancing based sports, avoid at all costs.
Any idea where-abouts in LA the band will stop and play on the Cal trip? Or better yet, any link to the same info?
Third gif of the jumping celebration needs to be 2 seconds longer -- ADV tries to be cool but Qlutch denies him the chance. I watched that one a few times on the DVR and had a good laugh.
Well said and totally agree with you -- In-and-Out and the Applepan are a better comparison, yet In-and-Out still wins everytime. I'll give Five Guys the win in the fries category, but overall In-and-Out will always be the champ in my book.