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Stranded At The Drive-In
The only thing better than watching Ann-Margret shake it on a big screen is watching Elvis race cars and dance about it. Oh how I wish I could see both things. At the same time. For FREE. Right now.
If you too suffered from a day devoid of psychedelic gyration and 10 essential vitamins and minerals, IMMEDIATELY follow these 4 steps, and may all your dreams come true.
1. Go to your closet and grab something warm to wear.
2. Go to your other closet and grab something soft to sit on.
3. Go to Vidiots (302 Pico Blvd) and pick up a FREE ticket.
4. Go to the “Drive-in” at the Santa Monica Pier for an outdoor screening of “Viva Las Vegas.” Doors (the pier has doors?) open at 7p and the movie starts around 8p.
Go Speed Racer Go.
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